Medical & Educational Instruments
Lifelike reproduction of an infant arm with bony structures allows students to master the technique of neonatal radial artery puncture. Percutaneous puncture site in radial artery. Mechanical radial artery pulse generator provides realistic arterial pressure. Simulated blood may be infused for blood backflow in syringe. Replaceable skin and artery ensures longevity of model.
Mounted on a base.
Simulated infant head with internally molded scalp veins designed for practicing neonatal peripheral venous access of the scalp veins. Peripheral IV line insertion and removal for fluid and medication administration after patient stabilization. Infusible veins allow realistic flash to confirm proper placement. Practice maintenance
and securing of line. Mounted on a hard-side case. 1.4 kg
Reproduction of a neonatal infant positioned for the practice of lumbar puncture techniques. 1.4 kg.
• Lateral decubitus position
• Realistic interchangeable spine
• Spinal cord may be palpated for location of correct puncture site.
• Fluid may be infused
Infant IV Arm
Lifelike reproduction of an infant arm for mastering extremity venipuncture procedures and fluid administration in the superficial
veins of the hand. Venipuncture is possible in antecubital fossa and
dorsum of the hand. Fluid may be infused for realistic flashback.
Infant IV Training Leg
Use this new leg model to teach extremity venipuncture procedures
and intravenous fluid administration in the superficial veins of
an infant’s foot. Venipuncture is possible in medial and lateral
malleolus sites. Heel stick simulation. Fluid may be infused for
realistic flashback. 1.4 kg