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Here is the perfect volunteer for training your beginning healthcare students to administer intramuscular injections. Always available for class demonstrations or practice by groups of any size, the Life/form® Intramuscular Injection Simulator offers both visual and tactile learning. A simulated bony structure is embedded in the torso and represents the superior end of the femur, or greater trochanter, the posterior superior and anterior superior iliac spines, and the sacrum. The bony structure provides palpable anatomical landmarks so students can identify
Intramuscular injection site in upperouter quadrant of gluteal region Intramuscular injection in ventrogluteal site below iliac crest Intramuscular injection in lateral thigh Subcutaneous injection site in lower abdominal wall above inguinal area moral artery/vein site Controlled arterial pulse Place femoral line Hand-painted anatomic artwork of the structures of the head and shaft of the femur
The Trainer is designed to help trainee anesthetists acquire the necessary tactile skills for epidural anesthesia prior to hands-on patient experience. If the epidural needle is inserted too deeply a slight resistance is felt before the needle penetrates the dura. Features found in the trainer include: Tactile and visual access to the lumbar spine, the epidural space and the dural sac Can be positioned
This easy to use training aid is ideal for practice in and demonstration of drawing arterial blood samples and for monitoring blood gases. Puncture locations can be identified through palpation of the pulse of radial and brachial artery. Realistic arterial pressure produces a lifelike backflow of blood in the syringe, confirming proper needle location in the artery. Delivered with 2 syringes and tubules, artificial arterial blood, 2 replacement arterial sections and carrying case.