3B Epidural and Spinal Injection Trainer



 

This epidural and spinal injection trainer is very impressive thanks to its extremely realistic haptic feedback, and the use of high-quality, hard-wearing materials. 
Thanks to close cooperation with epidural anesthesia specialists, incomparably realistic conditions could be recreated.
The light, compact structure can be used in a wide variety of ways. The device has low operating costs and is intuitive to use, ensuring lasting, high-level performance.
 
A summary of the device's main functions: 
 
  • epidural anesthesia using the loss-of-resistance and the hanging-drop technique
  • spinal anesthesia with realistic resistance of the dura and arachnoid mater with or without a cannula
  • fluid-filled spinal canal with realistic outflow rate thanks to the ability to adjust the excess pressure
  • an epidural catheter can be inserted into the epidural space
  • closed water system
  • easy to clean
 
Developed and manufactured in Germany!
The trainer is suitable for both medical training and for specialist medical training.
 

Delivery contents:

The epidural and spinal injection trainer (P61) includes:
1 x base body
1 x vertebral bar
1 x LOR insert (loss-of-resistance)
1 x skin
1 x spinal canal with connector
1 x water collection container
1 x 10 cm tube
2 x 100 ml injections with cap
1 x spacer ring for injection
1 x extension tube for the hanging-drop technique
1 x CD with instructions

 

Directions For Use - (1.09mb)


Weight 4.9 kg
Dimensions 45 x 35 x 24 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Item No. 1017891 [P61]


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