SMART BAG Ventilation Trainer Box with SMART & Standard BVM

Students being trained in Bag-Valve-Mask ventilation are generally taught to ventilate until the chest rises. However, studies have shown that the delivery of incorrect rate and volumes is common. If the lungs are over-inflated or the delivered flow rate is too high, the high airway pressure generated will cause air to enter the stomach. In real life this can only be seen when the patient's abdomen distends and/or they begin to vomit.

The Mini Ventilation Training Analyzer has been developed to demonstrate the correct ventilation technique when using a Bag-Valve-Mask resuscitator and the complications of gastric insufflation associated with incorrect technique.

Base on a normal adult lung capacity, compliance, airway resistance and lower esophageal sphincter (LES) pressure, the Mini Ventilation Training Analyzer responds to the student's squeeze of the BVM like a real patient. If they squeeze the BVM too quickly or forcefully, the high pressure they generate (due to high air flow from the BVM) will cause air to enter the stomach through the calibrated Lower Esophageal Sphincter.

The Mini Ventilation Training Analyzer is a unique tool that teaches real life skills while identifying real life problems. It can also be used for training in the proper use of manually triggered, gas powered resuscitators.

  • Small, lightweight and easily portable
  • Simple to assemble
  • Calibrated "Lower Esophageal Sphincter"
  • Simulated stomach
  • Calibrated Test Lung with compliance band and normal airway restriction
  • 22/22mm BVM connector
  • 30 mm "Stomach" connector
  • Unique lung connector
  • Instructions for use printed on the top label
  • Controlled Manual Ventilation Bag-Valve-Mask Resuscitator and Easy Grip Bag-Valve-Mask Resuscitator

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