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Emergency care simulator LM-086
venous vascular access

emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
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Characteristics

Application
emergency care
Procedure
venous vascular access

Description

Emergency medical technicians need to secure intravenous (IV) lines when administering medicine. This model is used for thorough training in how to establish an IV line. It enables excellent training focusing on securing IV lines that includes everything from a basic IV line to specialized training for narrow or deep veins, for example. It can be installed onto the Save Man Advance or Advanced Life Support Simulator. Features Can be used to practice securing an IV line in the median antebrachial vein or the opisthenarThe simulated blood vessels being punvtured completely through.There are five kinds of disposable, interchangeable simulation blood vessels for setting various scenarios.Silicone rubber is used in the main parts such as the skins for an appearance and sensation that is similar to that of the human body, enabling realistic practice.A uniwue structure simulated venous pressure to enable confirmation of venous blood backfolow.*Use a 20G of thinner hypodermic needle. Five kinds of Simulation Veins Standard type:This is a standard blood vessel. Please confirm the thickness of the blood vessel, the running, and the feel. For the purpose of practicing CPA, there is less vascular wall resistance than there is for ordinary models. Narrow type:The blood vessel is hard to find and secure. *For example, a blood vessel of a young woman. Flat type: This has the same thickness as standard vessels, but it is flattened so it is easy to pierce with a needle. A vessel practicing CPA.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.