Clinical Male Pelvic Trainer (CMPT) Mk 2 - Advanced



Procedure: Male Pelvic Examination

Our anatomically accurate trainer is an ideal platform for teaching and learning ‘hands-on’ male pelvic examination and diagnosis. 

The user-friendly design, combined with clear anatomic landmarks and a range of pathologies creates a realistic training experience for students across all levels of healthcare education.

Developed in collaboration with:

  • The Clinical Skills Resource Centre, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Imperial College, London, UK
  • Guys Hospital, London, UK
  • Southmead Hospital, Bristol, UK
  • University of Southampton, UK

 


Skills Gained:

  • Correct examination procedure of male pelvis
  • Examination and evaluation of:
    • Normal anatomy
    • Testicular abnormalities
    • Abdominal and pelvic pain
  • Dry catheterisation

 


Product Qualities:

realism
  • Soft tissue genitals and abdominal wall
versatility
  • Soft tissue inserts can be removed and replaced
  • Can be used in 2 positions (standing and supine)
safety
  • Modules 5 & 7 contain latex
cleaning
  • Skin surface washable using soap and water


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