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The Chest Drain and Needle Decompression Trainer has been designed to meet the specific requirements of healthcare professionals training in surgical or guidewire-assisted thoracostomy and thoracentesis. This product allows for a variety of chest drain insertion techniques to be performed including ultrasound-guided techniques.
Product: LIM 70202
The Ultrasound Guided Shoulder Injection Trainer allows trainees to acquire the key skills in locating, injecting and aspirating the 4 most commonly treated shoulder sites: glenohumeral joint, subacromial space, acromiaclavicular joint, bicipital groove. The model uses ultrasound material that contains properties similar to human.
Our soft tissue injection pad is designed for practising intradermal, subcutaneous and intramuscular tissue injection techniques. The Injection Trainer has multiple tissue layers representing the epidermis, dermis, fat and muscle layer, and can easily attach to an arm or thigh to help teach professional-to-patient communication.
Our Advanced Catheterisation Trainer facilitates the teaching of urethral and supra-pubic catheterisation, as well as how to demonstrate self-catheterisation to patients (when using the optional Self Catheterisation Stand). It has interchangeable accurate male and female anatomy, and both sets of genitalia are realistically soft and pliable. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life.
The Basic Breast Examination Trainer provides a highly realistic learning platform for acquiring the skills required to perform Clinical Breast Examination (CBE). Featuring 6 readily interchangeable and multi-positional pathologies, providing healthcare professionals with the tools to identify various complications and pathologies, including carcinomas, cysts, fibrocystic disease and fibroadenoma. Both Simulated Patient and benchtop training can be used for any undergraduate programs running OSCEs or healthcare professionals promoting best practice techniques to trainees and patients.