Three different injection techniques-intramuscular injection, hypodermic injection,
and IV injection-can be practiced with a single model. Moreover, IV injection can be
practiced in the median antebrachial vein and opisthenar vein, allowing a total of four
different injection techniques to be practiced.
Silicone is used in the skin and other main parts, and so the look, feel, and puncture sensation are similar to those with a real human body, resulting in more realistic practice.
Since four different techniques can be practiced with a single model, it is no longer necessary to use several models as in the past and setup and cleanup/re-storage times are reduced.
With a movable shoulder, elbow, and wrist, a realstic body position for each technique can be reproduced.
The skin (silicone) can withstand many punctures without leaving visible needle holes, and so can be used for a large number of practices.
Blood can be removed with a vacuum blood collection tube or syringe.
※Recommend using a needle smaller than 21G.
The median antebrachial vein
① Silicone gel part
The mock blood vessel is enclosed in silicone gel. This structure makes it possible to simulate the feeling that the blood vessel has slipped away or been punctured when a needle is inserted.
② Mock blood vessel
The mock blood vessel makes visual examination and palpation of the blood vessel easier than the blood vessel in the silicone gel part ①.