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Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™
Ribs in a Box™

Ribs in a Box™

PTT-B55-L

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Product Description

The Ribs in a Box™ task trainer is for training students in Needle Decompression of a Tension Pneumothorax. The simulated SOFTTECH®, ROCKTECH® bone and internal membrane provide realistic feedback to the trainee, while the internal cavity can accommodate an inflated exam glove or balloon to mimic escaping air when pierced. (Air Release Device not included)

Operation-
Contained in its own storage case, the Ribs in a Box™ is for training students in Needle Decompression of a Tension Pneumothorax. To prepare the device, the trainer places an adhesive membrane between the two layers of ROCKTECH® bones, then the assembly is pushed into the corresponding opening in the skin. If the trainer chooses to make the device express air when the needle is inserted, they may place an inflated exam glove or balloon in the cavity at its base. The device is then placed back in the storage case for use.

Maintenance-
The device should be rinsed in clean, warm water and allowed to dry before storage. The simulation may be removed from the storage case for cleaning. The device may be washed with mild detergents like dish soap or cleaned with a disinfecting agent like isopropyl alcohol or a diluted bleach solution, as it is durable, and chemically resistant. Allow the device to dry fully before storage to prevent mold or mildew growth.

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Techline Technologies, Inc. also offers certified medical training programs, preparing students for “real world” scenarios. We utilize experienced instructors who have taught for both the military and civilian agencies.
Our instructors come from a variety of backgrounds and bring expertise learned both on the battlefield and the streets to our classes. Combined with use of the Techline family of manikins and wounds, allows students to conduct clinically appropriate responses to life saving interventions on wounds that look and feel real.