This child torso and head includes two foreign objects on a string that can be used to simulate a choking child.
As choking emergencies aren’t selective when it comes to age groups, Simulaids brings to you three generations of choking manikins to chose from.
This child torso and head includes two foreign objects on a string that can be used to simulate a choking person. It functions on the principle of clearing a blocked airway with forced air generated from abdominal thrusts or back blows.
Once the object is lodged in the airway the student can decide, using the anatomical landmarks for reference, where to place their hand and the required amount of pressure needed to complete the manoeuvre.
There is a visual confirmation of the expelled object when the correct amount of force is applied.