AirSim Mannequins by TruCorp

AirSimThe AirSim is a faithful reproduction of the human airway anatomy and as such is invaluable as a training aid to facilitate the learning and development of airway management skills for all health professionals.


Air Sim StandardAirSim Standard Model
Constructed to allow realistic feedback during airway management training.
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AirSim MultiAirSim Multi Model with Nasal Passage and Chin
All the key features of the AirSim Standard plus a nasal passage and chin.
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Air Sim BronchiAirSim Bronchi Model with Nasal Passage and Chin
Provides anatomically correct detail down to the fourth generation bronchi.
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Air Sim AdvanceAirSim Advance
Adds a "real feel" skin covering to provide more realistic bag mask ventilation training experiences.
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AirSim Advance BronchiAirSim Advance Bronchi
Combines the skin covering of the Advance model with all the features of the AirSim Bronchi.
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AirSim Advance LarynxAirSim Advance Larynx
For training of microlaryngeal surgical and laser techniques.
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AirSim Advance CricoAirSim Advance Crico
For training in both needle and surgical cricothyroidotomy procedures.
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AirSim TruManAirSim TruMan Standard
Ideal for training emergency airway management and basic CPR techniques.
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AirSim TruMan MultiAirSim TruMan Multi
Provides added realism to training in CPR and simulated AED techniques.
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AirSim BabyAirSim Baby
Enables basic and advanced pediatric airway management.
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AirSim ChildAirSim Child
Provides the realistic size and anatomical features of a six-year-old child.
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AirSim PierreAirSim Pierre Robin
Practice difficult airway management techniques on infants with Pierre Robin Sequence.
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