Endotracheal intubation is often performed in emergency situations where a patient's airway is compromised, such as in cases of severe trauma, respiratory distress, or cardiac arrest. It allows oxygen delivery and mechanical ventilation to support the patient's breathing.
Realistic Airway Anatomy: Accurate replication of human airway structures.
Articulation and Flexibility: Flexible joints in the neck, jaw, and head for lifelike positioning.
Tissue Realism: Materials mimicking human tissue texture for a realistic tactile experience.
Replaceable Airways: Easily replaceable airway components for hygiene and maintenance.
Data Logging: Capability to record and review performance data.
Cost-effectiveness: Affordable for educational institutions and healthcare facilities.
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