AirSim Pierre Robin X Model

AirSim Pierre Robin X Model

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AirSim Pierre Robin X Model

The AirSim® Pierre Robin, based on a 0-6 month old, was developed in collaboration with clinicians from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. This realistic training manikin highlights difficult airway management techniques for infants with Pierre Robin Sequence/Syndrome (PRS). AirSim® X airway with 5-year warranty certified for over 20,000 intubation cycles.

Pediatric Difficult Airway Trainer

As a result of their unique anatomy, infants with Pierre Robin Syndrome are more likely to present difficulties in airway management. Airway management in patients with uncorrected PRS should be anticipated as potentially very difficult1 and requires advanced training in difficult pediatric airway management.

Pierre Robin Syndrome airway management

The AirSim Pierre Robin X allows training in the full range of supraglottic devices.
The AirSim® Pierre Robin X anatomically correct airway has been constructed based on real CT data of a six-month-old infant and exhibits various congenital defects of an infant with PRS including: Significant mandibular hypoplasia, Micrognathia, Glossoptosis, Cleft palate, Bifid uvula.

Difficult Pediatric Airway Management Trainer

In addition to the factors specific to Pierre Robin sequence, difficult airways in infants can be caused by the same factors complicating airway management in adults, including limited head extension, reduced mandibular space and increased tongue thickness.2 Airway management skills are fundamental to anaesthesiology. The AirSim Pierre Robin X manikin provides an advanced medical training experience to improve patient safety and outcomes. Our infant difficult airway trainer provides realistic feedback during and facilitates training in several airway management procedures including: Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation, Supraglottic device insertion, Naso and orotracheal intubation, Direct And Video Fiberoptic Laryngoscopy.

Pediatric Airway Obstruction Management

The ‘real feel’ skin covering and accurate anatomy create a more realistic training experience.
Upper airway obstruction is frequently the cause of respiratory distress and failure in pediatric patients 3 with the most common causes being infection, airway swelling and foreign body airway obstruction.
The congenital defects associated with PRS can also affect upper airway patency, as can enlarged tonsils or adenoids. Techniques and tools for pediatric airway obstruction management include: Properly performed bag-valve-mask ventilation, Use of oral or nasopharyngeal airways during ventilation, Supraglottic devices including LMA, Direct laryngoscopy, Fiberoptic bronchoscope and supraglottic airway used to advance an airway exchange catheter as a conduit for intubation.

Shipping Dimensions and Weight:
  • Box Size: 13''x 8''x 8''
  • Shipping Weight: 6 Lbs
Recommended equipment sizes:
  • 3.5-4.0 mm ID for oral intubation
  • Size 1 for supraglottic devices
  • Size 1 for videolaryngoscopy

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