Training Manikins & First Aid Models

Physiotherapists and other medical and healthcare professionals use training manikins and models in order to better their understanding of the human body and ensure that the care and attention that they give to their clients is right. Available in Ireland in a variety of sizes, styles, and designs, you are sure to find the perfect model for all of your training needs here at Physiosupplies. Check out our extensive range of training manikins below.

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Training models & manikins in Ireland

You’ll often find that medical training models are made from a hard wearing material, such as washable PVC. This makes it durable and easy to clean, which is perfect for training purposes.

There are a variety of different models available, with patient care manikins for those looking to fresh their knowledge as well as female manikins for a greater understanding of the female body.

As a 100% Irish company, we are proud of the extensive selection we have to offer, and so any orders over €70 get free delivery in Ireland. Buy now and save!


What’s the difference between manikins and mannequins?

While many use the terms interchangeably, there are some key differences between mannequins and manikins. Mannequins are dolls you’ll typically see in clothing stores to model clothing, while manikins are life-sized anatomical models of the human body used for training purposes within the medical field.


What are medical manikins made of?

The material typically used for medical manikins will vary by manufacturer, but many opt to use a washable PVC. This is extremely beneficial within the medical profession, as it allows you to maintain the high hygiene standards and ensure that the manikin can be used by many students to better their understanding.


Are medical manikins good for practising CPR?

When it comes to CPR techniques and rehearsing them, medical manikins are an excellent tool to use. Depending on the type of manikin you opt to buy, you’ll find different features to let you know when you are applying the right pressure. Some may beep, while others click at the right spot.


What are the two types of CPR?

There are two different types of CPR. The first is hands-only CPR, and the second is CPR with rescue breaths. As the name suggests, hands-only CPR is when you complete the chest compressions on the person until the ambulance arrives and the medical professionals. CPR with rescue breaths is used by those with CPR training, and involves breathing into their mouth.

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