"Smart" driven manikins can be viewed "realistic" as possible and are some of the most important teaching tools, not only for CPR but other types of learning tools. The CRiSis mannequin and accessory line go beyond lifelike and realistic aspects and offer manikins with multiple scenarios, multiple auscultation sites and a plethora of other advanced features that makes this choice of manikins a no-brainer when it comes to lifelike realism look and feel.
Auscultation is the technique of listening to the sounds of the chest with a stethoscope. The movement of air in and out of the respiratory system produces breath sounds. Breath sounds are transmitted through the chest wall and may be heard through the diaphragm (flat piece) of a stethoscope placed firmly against the chest wall. Auscultation of the lungs is the most important examining technique for assessing airflow through the tracheobronchial cavity. The CRiSis manikins feature multiple Auscultation sites to teach realife ways of finding palpitations, breathing issues etc.