3B Intramuscular injection simulator



 

Basic Version for practicing intramuscular injections.

The intramuscular injection simulator enables students to practice carrying out intramuscular injections cost-effectively. This fluid is injected into the muscle with a syringe. Carrying out intramuscular injections is one of the basic procedures in clinical training and must be carried out professionally by both doctors and medical personnel. Vaccines and time-release drugs for which a longer resorption time is desired are often administered with an intramuscular injection.

Training with a simulator gives an introduction to carrying out intramuscular injections, enables students to practice and to repeat the procedure over and over until the students and trainees have full mastery of the act. Students can practice inserting the injection with fluid up to depths of 50 mm.

  • Practice carrying out intramuscular injection with fluid up to a depth of 50 mm
  • Quick-change skin pads that can be pierced multiple times
  • Easy to clean and dry

The intramuscular injection simulator by 3B Scientific is delivered with three skin pads that can be pierced multiple times. The simulated muscle mass on the inside absorbs the fluid. The simulator can be simply dried after use and stored away without taking up lot of room.

Delivery contents:

  • Intramuscular injection simulator
  • 2 replacement skin pads
  • 1 disposable syringe

 

Directions For Use - (1.79mb)


Weight 0.136 kg
Dimensions 8 x 9.8 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Item No. 1010008 [P54]


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