PICCLineMan System


PICC Line Trainer

PICCLineMan is a Peripheral Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) training solution that allows medical professionals to train using real-time ultrasound guidance during catheter placement. This PICC line trainer offers the best value with durable tissues that will endure repeated use. Studies have shown that standardized PICC line training can result in medical error reduction. As the importance of medical simulation becomes more and more evident, PICCLineMan offers a cost-effective method to improve patient safety.


Palpable Landmarks

  • Antecubital Fossa
  • Clavicle
  • Sternum
  • 1st-4th intercostal space
  • Acromion
  • Ribs 1-7
  • Humeral Head

Ultrasound Anatomy

  • Basilic Vein
  • Brachial Vein
  • Cephalic Vein
  • Median Nerve
  • Brachial Artery
  • Humerus

Skill Development

  • Complete PICC line procedure including guidewire insertion, dilation, and full cannulation
  • Peripherally Inserted Catheterization using Basilic, Brachial, or Cephalic Veins
  • Normal, Obese, and Geriatric tissue options allow assessing patient variance in vessel depth and sizing
  • Using ultrasound guidance during catheter placement
  • Palpable anatomic landmarks clinically relevant for measuring catheter length
  • Multiple X-Rays provided to support student’s pathway in predicting optimum SVC tip position


  • Excellent for ultrasound guided peripheral venous access hands-on training
  • Anatomically correct human torso and partial right arm at 90 degree angle with landmarks
  • Differentiates arterial and venous blood to show positive or negative results
  • Positive flashback of simmulated blood upon successful venous access
  • Median Nerve is visible under ultrasound and adds realism in brachial vein access 
  • Self-sealing veins and skin for multiple cannulations
  • Replaceable Normal, Obese or Geriatric tissue sets allow for multiple uses
  • Arterial pulse and proper landmarks are present under real-time ultrasound to help avoid and detect errors
  • Articulating Head enhances realism and allows for discussion of complications


  • 29" x 15" x 7.5"
  • Weight: 15 pounds

PICCLineMan Trainer with Articulating Head


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