Phantom training evacuation manikin:
Phantom evacuation manikin, was developed as a response to the educational need for safe training of complete evacuation and medical procedures conducted in unfavourable operational conditions for:
- the army, police, fire fighters, special forces,
- emergency medical services, mountain rescue services, chemical rescue services, mine rescue services or industry rescue services,
- defensive organisations, associations and training companies
The construction of the Phantom evacuation manikin allows for conducting the initial medical supply, e.g.
- the application of tourniquets using the imitation of wounds,
- learning how to perform direct pressures in the case of stopping massive haemorrhages,
- wound packing thanks to pockets in the manikin's body which can imitate deep wounds, to which a hose with artificial blood can be attached,
- in a safe zone of the further medical supplies or initial post-traumatic examination,
- immobilisation of the cervical spine by means of a cervical collar, dressing wounds using covering dressings or vented chest dressings,
- immobilisation of limbs in the case of fracture simulation,
Phantom evacuation manikins
- play the role of an injured person who suffered as a result of the injury mechanism specified in the exercise,
- all the manikin's limbs are divided which allows for exercising traumatic amputations using the possessed wound imitations,
- the manikin can be evacuated by means of all available/known techniques and methods (including specialised and improvised rope techniques),
- the construction of the manikin's body and head is resitant to damage and abrasion which allows for the simulation of an injured person in conditions of difficult access, e.g. rubble heaps, vehicles destroyed as a result of a traffic accident,
- head with respiratory tracts allows for replacement breathing and the use of NPA (nasopharyngeal) / OPA (oropharyngeal) airways,
- suction of contents from the respiratory track, as well as rinsing of the inlet and outflow airways for their disinfection,
- the construction of the torso allows proper compressions (external heart massage) with visible chest relaxation.
Generation III - used in the most difficult operational conditions
equipped with wireless monitoring electronics for CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation),
- the exerciser hears the type of respiration chosen by the instructor while checking the patency of the upper respiratory tract,
- replacement breath and external cardiac massage are recorded in terms of the necessary parameters for current and subsequent analysis,
- the instructor oversees the correctness of performed CPR activities using a tablet with a loaded control application.
The child figure is structurally identicial to the adult figure and exhibits the same resistance to extreme exercise conditions.
When carrying out search and rescue tasks, the manikin can be located in places thah are difficult to access in small spaces, and so wherever in the case of danger, a child could be found or in a natural way.
- The Adult manikin : the height of 185 cm / the weight within the range from 40 to 80 kg,
- The manikin – figure of a child : the height of 140 cm / the weight from 20 to 30 kg,
- The set includes a training stretcher made from impregnated poliester fabric, built on a bearing frame from polyamide belts,
- Made from two layers of very durable technical fabrics impregnated on the inside by means of a PCV film, reinforced by means of polyamide belts with tensile strength of up to 1100 kg,
- Ends of arms (where hands would be) are protected by means of additional layer of Cordura® fabric which protects them against abrasion and wear (caps are replaceable),
- Flexible filling ensures a feeling of the contact with an inert bodyof an unconscious person.