Ruth Lee began producing the training manikins
in the 1980s when a family friend who worked for Merseyside Fire Service asked if it could repair one of the brigade's own manikins
made from hessian sacking and old hose.
One example is the computerized patient simulators or manikin
The cooling was provided by radiant panels while manikin
was the source of heat generation in the room.
used in this project (HVAC Manikin
, Thermetrics)  was constructed from a carbon-fiber epoxy shell outfitted with sensors positioned throughout its body form, as illustrated in Figure 3.
The studies that used various video laryngoscopes including the Macintosh laryngoscope and McGrath video laryngoscope on patients with normal airways and on manikins
have reported intubation times similar to our study.
The H-point manikin
described in SAE J826 provides the H-point, a reference point used to predict the location of occupants in vehicles.
The Center also has 23 specialized training clinics, each equipped with different types of high-fidelity manikin
A non-breathing and non-sweating thermal manikin
was used to resemble a realistic human body.
Equipment utilized included the high-fidelity NOELLE[R] Maternal and Neonatal Birthing manikin
, along with maternal/fetal monitors, an empathy belly, and antenatal measuring tape.
The amazing, blinking, coughing and breathing interactive manikin
will be the star of the latest round of talks hosted by the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust's member's forum.
We can use a fully functional, sweating manikin
to test various qualities of textiles we use every day.
The performance between an instructor-facilitated class and training with a voice advisory manikin
(YAM) was not significantly different (p=0.