ACF Pad - Venipuncture



This soft tissue strap-on pad can be used to train in venipuncture and represents the antecubital fossa of the right arm.


Skills Gained:

  • Professional-to-patient communication
  • Recognition of the vein pattern through palpation
  • Insertion of a needle
  • Insertion of cannula
  • Management of blood flow

Product Qualities:

features
  • Ideal for professional-to-patient communication and scenario based training using Simulated Patient
  • Tough backing plate to prevent needlestick injuries
  • Strap onto the antecubital fossa of the arm
  • Veins are: self-sealing for repeated use, re-chargeable via a one-way valve, supplied with mock blood under pressure, and replaceable.
versatility
  • The pad can be connected to the Mock Blood Giving Set Product No: 60651
safety
  • Contains latex
  • Only use Mock Blood - Venous (250ml) Product No: 00223
cleaning
  • Replaceable epidermis is washable using soap and water when Limbs & Things mock blood is used


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