Instructors for PHTLS focus on four main skill sets as defined by the PHTLS course, which is offered by the National Registry for EMT (NREMT): airway maintenance with basic and advanced adjuncts, IV therapy, I/O therapy, and chest trauma treatment. The PHTLS manikin contains all of the necessary features for teaching the curriculum in this specialized field:
Replaceable skin sections
Discharge of air for audible confirmation of placement
No damage to interior systems
Manubrium I/O insertion
Designed for use with Pyng FAST1® training device
Replaceable bone insert assures long life
Multiple access locations from dorsal hand up to and including the antecubital fossa
Arm rotates for ease of access
Vein replacement in field
Deluxe Intubation Head with tongue edema and laryngospasm options
Flexible skin makes jaw thrust life-like
Jaw can be dislocated for further complications
Durable material limits laryngoscope blade damage
There are no electronic components or ECG capabilities.
PHTLS Torso. Easy to transport to classes in other locations.
Ship weight 54 lbs.