Lumbar Puncture Baby



Skill Development

  • Use of the lateral decubitus and sitting positions for pediatric lumbar puncture
  • Palpate external landmarks
  • Proper technique for lumbar puncture (spinal tap) procedure on an infant

Features

  • Anatomically correct two week old infant with flexible body form
  • Ultrasound compatible
  • Visible and palpable landmarks include umbilicus, gluteal fold, iliac crest and vertebrae
  • Insertion sites include L3-L4 and L4-L5
  • Simulator can be positioned then flexed in the lateral decubitis or sitting position
  • Flexible body form adds realism when flexing the infant - simulating moving the interspinous process from a neutral to open position
  • Accurate needle placement allows for positive response and collection of simulated cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
  • Simulated epidural venous plexus and bony spinous process provides user with feedback for improper needle placement

Dimensions

  • Size: 13"x3"x2"
  • Weight: 6 lbs


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