General care simulator ТМ3010
intravenous injectionblood collectionfor infusions

general care simulator
general care simulator
general care simulator
general care simulator
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for general care
training, intravenous injection, blood collection, for infusions


Arm simulator for practicing the skills of intravenous procedures (adult) The simulator is an accurately executed model of the upper limb of an adult with superficial veins mounted on a base (stand position). The material used in the manufacture, fully imitates the skin and subcutaneous fat of a person. Imitators of veins and surrounding tissues are made taking into account functional mobility and elasticity, and provides a “sense of failure” of the needle during intravenous injection. The needle holes remain invisible even after repeated insertion into the same place. The hand model makes it possible to practice several skills at once: – blood sampling; – injection; – infusion. The simulator has several points for blood sampling, injection and infusion. The veins on the arm are well palpable, due to this, you can quickly learn the skills to perform manipulations on the upper limb. The simulator is great for group classes, respectively, all materials are replaceable. The network of veins and arteries is shown on the base, which contributes to the study of the anatomy of the upper limb. The kit includes the following exercises: Base (stand) – 1 piece; Anatomical model of the upper limb – 1 piece; Capacity for dilution of blood – 1 piece; Pressure pear – 1 piece; Talc – 1 piece; Spare skin – 1 piece; Spare veins – 1 piece; Injection kit – 1 piece. Material: ABS, two-component cold-setting plastic, silicone. Documentation: Product passport, instruction manual.


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