TruMan Trauma X System - Airway Management & Resuscitation Skills

TruMan Trauma X System - Airway Management & Resuscitation Skills

The TruMan Trauma System has been designed for teaching medical professionals the necessary skills for dealing with a range of life threatening trauma situations. Techniques which can be practised on the TruMan Trauma include; chest tube insertion, needle decompression, CPR, airway management, needle and surgical cricothyroidotomy and percutaneous tracheostomy.

The Truman Trauma System provides an anatomically correct simulated human torso together with the renowned AirSim® head for training the full range of airway management and resuscitation skills. The Truman Trauma System features replaceable tissues which help provide each trainee a lifelike and unique surgical experience.

The TruMan Trauma System is ideal for training in:

Chest tube insertion: recognition of correct position, surgical incision, blunt dissection through chest wall, perforation of pleura, and finger sweep:
  • Anatomically accurate chest tube insertion in the 5th, 6th and 7th intercostal space.
  • Realistic feel of all thoracic palpable landmarks
  • Cavity for introduction of optional liquids for simulation of haemothorax or pleural effusion
  • Optional economy or premium chest tube inserts to demonstrate incision. The economy option consists of one solid layer and is a low cost solution for training e.g. for use in ATLS courses. The premium product has a three layered tissue representing skin, fat tissue and muscle for “real feel” surgical incision

Needle Decompression of tension pneumothorax:
  • Option to introduce air to create either right or left tension pneumothorax
  • Needle decompression replacement tissue sets located in 2nd intercostal space at mid clavicular line
  • Successful needle insertion will release air with the familiar “hiss” sound
  • Durable replacement tissue which will facilitate up to 30+ needle incisions

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR):
  • Realistic chest structure allows for easy identification of all anatomical landmarks
  • Full head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust capabilities to allow the students to prepare the airway prior to resuscitation
  • Lifelike recoil during compressions
  • Successful ventilation will provide an accurate representation of chest rise and fall

Airway Management Skills:
  • Anatomically accurate oral and naso pharyngeal AirSim® airway
  • Larynx piece with palpable rings for both surgical and needle Cricothyroidotomy and percutaneous tracheostomy
  • Full use of supraglottic devices
  • Endo-tracheal tube insertion with direct laryngoscopy
  • Effective bag mask ventilation
  • Single lung isolation capabilities
  • Combi tube insertion
  • Naso gastric tube insertion techniques

Identification of tracheal deviation and jugular vein distension which are warning signs attributed to tension pneumothorax:
  • Jugular vein distension can be observed on either the left or right side of the neck during tension pneumothorax
  • Tracheal deviation can be palpitated and clearly visible moving away from the side that has tension pneumothorax
  • Both features revert back to neutral upon successful needle decompression

*Please be aware this product contains natural rubber latex.

User Manual and Brochure:
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Frequently Asked Questions:

Does the TruMan Trauma X contain a full set of ribs and sternum?
- Yes it has both a full set of ribs and sternum.

What are the ribs and sternum made of?
- Hard plastic polymer that isn’t brittle but is flexible to allow compressions.

Is the entire chest able to have a surgical incisions?
- Surgical incisions are only able on the 6th and 7th intercoastal spaces. The 2nd and 5th is for needle decompression only. This is a closed space so the tube cannot enter the cavity and feed all the way through towards the upper part of the abdomen.

What's the size of the space for the surgical incision near the ribs?
The size is wide enough on the 6th and 7th space to allow tube insertion and finger sweep.

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