Ambu Training Simulators/Manikins Available From

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Ambu "Uniman" CPR and Defib Training Manikin

In addition to manikins, offers specialized simulators for airway management and I.V. training. — a division of DRE, Inc. — expands its selection of healthcare supplies and accessories to include training simulators and manikins from Ambu. According to Rob Kennedy, Director of ORSupply,’s selection includes lifelike trainers and manikins for the realistic simulation of CPR, cardiac life support, defibrillation and airway management.

“You can visit any time to purchase training simulators, as well as any needed healthcare accessories and supplies,” says Kennedy. “Ambu simulators are available in a variety of anatomically-correct configurations, including adult and baby sizes. They can be used to provide realistic training to students in medical classrooms, simulation labs and clinical settings.”

The Ambu Defib Trainer System is designed for practicing early defibrillation with AEDs and semi-automatic and manual defibrillators, as well as training mouth-to-mouth and mouth-to-barrier ventilation. It features the Ambu ECG Box, which simulates as many as 26 rhythms and two artifacts. The Ambu Defib Trainer System also provides instant feedback on ventilation volume, stomach inflation, chest compression depth and hand positioning.

The Ambu Man CPR Manikin and Ambu Airway Man Manikin provide lifelike representations of an adult human’s anatomy, important for training modern resuscitation techniques. Each manikin features adjustable chest stiffness settings, allowing trainees to practice on different body builds. The Ambu Airway Man also allows intubation training and PC connectivity.

The Ambu Baby Manikin provides realistic simulation of CPR performed on babies up to one year old. Teaching BLS with the baby manikin provides a very lifelike simulation. The Ambu Baby Manikin also allows trainees to visually check stomach ventilation.

The Ambu CPR Pal and Ambu UniMan are simple but effective adult-size manikins that allow trainees to see and feel exhalations through the manikin’s nose and mouth — just like in real life. The Ambu CPR Pal is also designed for training students the proper placement of defibrillator pads.

“ also sells economical simulation systems with four manikins, providing trainers with an affordable option for training multiple students at once,” says Kennedy. “In addition to manikins, offers specialized simulators for airway management and I.V. training.”

The Ambu Airway Management Trainer can be used to teach intubation techniques with all known tubes and supraglottic airway devices. With an anatomically correct design, the Airway Management Trainer is one of the most realistic airway management trainers on the market.

The Ambu I.V. Trainer, an advanced cardiac life support training simulator, is for training staff the proper insertion of cannulas and catheters, infusion of fluids, injection of medications, measurement of pulse rates, and blood sampling. The I.V. Trainer has replaceable skin and veins with post-penetration hole closure, which extends the life of the arm.

Healthcare educators and trainers can visit any time to purchase Ambu training simulators, as well as thousands of essential healthcare supplies, accessories and devices. Medical products found at are competitively priced and can be purchased online — no purchasing group or supply contract needed.

About — a division of DRE Inc. — specializes in distributing surgical supplies and medical devices to hospitals, surgery centers, medical clinics and research labs in the United States and Canada. strives to provide physicians and administrators with a simple, informative online shopping experience for all their anesthesia, cautery, diagnostic, emergency, monitoring, respiratory and surgical needs.


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