New & Used Training Manikin

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Laerdal
Model: Resusci Anne Simulator
Location: France, Bourgogne
5,592
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2008

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Ambu
Model: Ambu Defib Trainer System Advanced
Location: Argentina, Buenos Aires
6,450
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2012

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Laerdal
Model: Simman MK2
Location: United Kingdom, Liverpool
1,100
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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Laerdal
Model: Simman MK2
Location: United Kingdom, Liverpool
1,200
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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Ambu
Model: Ambu Airway Management Trainer
Location: Argentina, Buenos Aires
1,860
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2011

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Ambu
Model: Ambu I.V. Trainer
Location: Argentina, Buenos Aires
Negotiable
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2011

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Laerdal
Model: 260-20001 Adult Male
Location: United States, Florida
8,550
2008

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Device: Training Manikin
Manufacturer: Laerdal
Model: Resusci Anne Simulator
Location: United Kingdom, South Glamorgan
3,180
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2008
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Training Manikin may also be referred to as :

CPR Manikin | Resuscitation Manikin | Resusci-Anne Manikin | Chest Cage Manikin | Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training Manikin | CPR Training Phantom | Mannequin | Mannekin | Mannikin
 

Tips for buying Training Manikin

  1. Buyers should consider the initial cost of training manikins well as ongoing costs, such as: replacement parts, disposable airbags and face shields.
  2. The level and objectives of the training program determine the features needed in a CPR training manikin.
  3. Suppliers offer the following features and training manikin options: torso or full body model: can be weighted to simulate the average weight of an adult, child, or infant; a foldout design that allows for easy transport and storage; can be used in water for water rescue training; adult manikin can be converted to a child simulator; upgraded capabilities to provide defibrillation and arrhythmia in cognition training.
  4. It should be easy to assemble and disassemble these training manikin units, as well as to clean and disinfect them according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
  5. Replacement parts should be easy to obtain and reposition.
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