Product information “Central Venous Puncture Simulator”
Enhanced training in ultrasound guided CVC. Axillary vein approach as well as internal jugular vein approach. An introductory training block to acquire basics of ultrasound guided puncture. Excellent image quality. Learning from failures; various complications can be simulated.
– Effective for cannulation training; the only simulator with anatomically correct junctions of the subclavian veins with the right internal jugular and SVC.
– This simulator includes three interchangeable pads for the puncture area, landmark puncture pad, ultrasound puncture pad and transparent cannulation block.
– The trainee will learn three skills: how to make a safer puncture, how to avoid possible complications that may accompany the puncture, how to insert the catheter into the correct position. When the procedure is performed incorrectly, the error will show immediately by feedback.
– Each training pad, placed at the right upper breast and right half of the neck covering the puncturing sites and catheter routes is a precise, life-size model incorporating the anatomical structure of bones, veins, arteries and upper lung.
– The landmark puncture pad is designed to provide training in safely puncturing the subclavian vein or internal jugular vein, and inserting a catheter into SVC. Carotid artery pulsation is palpable.
– The ultrasound puncture pad allows training in internal jugular vein puncturing under ultrasound scanning. Clear scanning image facilitates understanding of how to distinguish vein from artery and perform safe puncture while watching an ultrasound monitor.
– A transparent block for three-dimensional anatomical understanding also works as an effective training tool for developing guide wire insertion skills.
– Three CVC approaches with landmark method:
1. subclavian vein approach
2. supraclavicular approach
3. internal jugular vein approach
– Ultrasound guided CVC from internal jugular vein and axillary approach.
– Thorough procedure from puncture to cannulation
– Anatomical learning
– Artery puncture