Rectal Examination Trainer - Advanced



Overview

  • Simulation of sphincter contraction allows trainees to assess anal tone
  • Interchangeable prostates can be quickly and easily inserted, out of sight of the trainee
  • Left lateral positioning
  • Addition of impacted faecal matter allows trainees to recognise and distinguish this common finding
  • High quality illustration pack of 9 external anal conditions
  • Both the Advanced and Standard (60170) model offer a contractible anal sphincter, allowing for anal tone assessment, and a faecal impaction clip in module
  • External ano-rectal illustrations are ideal for incorporation into scenarios and OSCE assessments

Realism

  • Soft, partable buttocks
  • Realistic anus with resting tone and ability to contract

Versatility

  • Trainer can also be presented in a 'semi-standing' position using the optional Standing Position Stand (60172)

Safety

  • Latex free

 

Anatomy

  • Buttocks, anus, rectum, prostate and perineum
  • Pathological perineum - with polyp and rectal cancer
  • 4 abnormal prostates:
    • Benign unilateral enlarged
    • Benign bilateral enlarged
    • Unilateral carcinoma
    • Bilateral carcinoma


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