Truman Multi

The Truman manikin has been designed and engineered to bring added realism to training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and simulation of defibrillation technique using an automated external defibrillator (AED).

These features, combined with the unique AirSim airway management system, enable Truman to deliver a comprehensive and cost effective training experience.

Truman for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Truman has several features designed to facilitate effective CPR training. Anatomical landmarks are detailed and “real feel” rib cage offers realistic resistance during CPR. Correct hand placement during chest compression is detected electronically and confirmed on console. Compression depth and effectiveness of ventilation are displayed and the student can modify behaviour and identify optimal pressure to apply during compressions. The ideal rate of ventilation can also be determined. Rate of compression is output to the monitor display allowing real-time feedback on technique.

Truman for Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Training

The inbuilt AED trainer simulates the approved AHA/ERC scenarios. Truman is designed to interact with the range of pre-programmed scenarios. Firstly, correct placement of the defibrillation pad electrodes is indicated on console. Voice instructions and LED display on the console guide the student through the scenarios and AHA/ERC algorithms. Successful completion of the AED scenarios will result in activation of the carotid pulse. The Truman AED trainer is designed as a universal teaching aid providing an understanding of the standard functionality of AEDs.

Truman for Airway Management

Truman features the unique AirSim airway providing a life-like and anatomically accurate representation for training in oral and nasal intubation. The airway is compatible with the full range of current supraglottic devices. Truman has been designed to facilitate full head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust to allow students to prepare the airway prior to resuscitation. Ventilation is possible using pocket masks and bag-valve-mask techniques. Successful ventilation will provide a visible and accurate representation of chest rise and fall.



Launch of Gym in the Pocket

April 2nd, 2008

Demonstration by our Master Trainers for Gym in the Pocket.
The crowd going through the paces.
Mr. Tay Tat Seng presenting the concept of Gym in the Pocket.
The sumptious lunch at the end of the launch.

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