Blood Pressure Assessment Trainer

Lifelike arm is perfect for practicing auscultation, palpation, or both techniques at the same time. Students can practice and be objectively evaluated in finding systolic and diastolic blood pressure (BP), heart rate, proper placement and compression of cuff, palpation of brachial and radial arteries, interpreting the auscultatory gap, and normal decompression rate, all while keeping the time limit. Program in the systolic and diastolic BP, heart rate, and choose whether an auscultatory gap should be included.

CPR Simulator

Automatically implements spontaneous breathing, carotid pulse beating, and pupillary reflex. The maximum compression depth of 2-3/4" (7 cm) is deeper than standard, allowing students to practice as if the situation was real. Ergonomic design features a human-like sternum. The user-friendly interface allows you to set the CPR guideline and situation, change the state of simulator in real-time, and save and print analysis data. Real electric shock is possible with defibrillator/AED device. Displays various ECG signals.

CPR Training Simulator

Perfect for performing chest compressions; practicing artificial ventilation; checking the carotid pulse, consciousness, and airway; and AED education. The maximum compression depth of 2-3/4" (7 cm) is deeper than standard, allowing students to practice as if the situation was real. Ergonomic design features a human-like sternum. AED electrode pads can be used semi-permanently by magnetic method. Pulse can be checked at the carotid sinus. Compression depth, point, rate, and hold time are displayed in real time when performing chest compressions.

IV Injection Training Arm

Practice intravenous injection on the basilic, cephalic, median cubital, and metacarpal veins. Skin and venous wall resistance is similar to that of a real arm. Skin pad is composed of epidermis, subcutaneous fat, and vein, and is easy to install and replace. Blood flow rate is also comparable to that of a real human. The pump drive will not allow students to feel blood pressure on the vein or hear noise from the motor. Includes left arm, skin pad with vein tube, pump drive for supplying blood, stand, blood bottle, plastic bottle, power adapter (9V DC), battery holder, and storage bag.

IV Arm Injection Trainer

Practice intravenous injection on the basilic, cephalic, and median cubital veins. Skin and venous wall resistance is similar to that of a real arm. Skin pad is composed of epidermis, subcutaneous fat, and vein, and is easy to install and replace. Blood flow rate is also comparable to that of a real human. The pump drive will not allow students to feel blood pressure on the vein or hear noise from the motor. Includes left arm, skin pad with vein tube, pump drive for supplying blood, stand, blood bottle, plastic bottle, power adapter (9V DC), battery holder, and storage bag.

Full Size Skeleton with Muscles

Painted to realistically display the muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue. Each muscle is accurately painted and numbered. Joints can be moved to demonstrate natural movement. The legs, arms, and skull are also moveable. The mandible can open and close using hinges with springs to study the jaw, which features a full set of teeth and three removable teeth. Carefully cast in durable molding with natural color plastic and mounted on a metal stand with wheels. Diagram included. 66" H.

Venous Vinnie Leg

Use for teaching, training, competency testing, and skills assessment in caring for patients with this condition. The following conditions are represented: venous ulcer, cellulitis, stasis dermatitis, varicose veins, hemosiderin staining, vasculitis, lipodermatosclerosis, calciphylaxis, pyoderma gangrenosum, healed foot ulcer, fungal thickened toenails, maceration, diabetic ulcer, atrophie blanche, pitting edema, and reticular and telangiectasia veins. The model can also be used as a teaching tool and practice leg for clinicians learning about/practicing compression wrapping.

Arterial Annie Leg

Ideal for teaching, training, competency testing, and skills assessment in caring for patients with this condition. The following conditions are represented: arterial ulcers, necrotic toes, eschar heel, Charcot foot, diabetic foot ulcer, cellulitis, dystrophic nail, mottling, and callous and heel fissures. Also includes a unique arterial doppler sound module with individual buttons to activate the following doppler sounds: monophasic, biphasic, triphasic, and venous.

 

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