Adult Patient Education Tracheostomy Care Manikin
Ideal for teaching patients and caregivers the skills they will need to perform at home. Includes oral and nasal passages, the pharynx, epiglottis, trachea, oesophagus, tracheostomy site, and cricoid cartilage. The mouth and jaw are flexible to allow oral suctioning.
The trachea branches into the left and right bronchial trees. Students can practise suctioning techniques, proper cuff inflation, dressing changes, and other techniques.
Cleansing and maintenance of the external tracheal site can be performed just as on an actual patient.