Pregnancy Models

3B Scientific® Pregnancy Series

Our most popular series includes 8 models to show the complete stages of development

3B Scientific® Pregnancy Series - 5 Models

This series shows the most important stages of development of embryo or foetus. All models are mounted together on a base. •1st Month Embryo, •2nd Month Embryo, •3rd Month Embryo, •5th Month Foetus (breech position) •7th Month Foetus

5th Month Twin Fetuses - Normal Position

This realistic model shows twin human fetuses in the 5th month of pregnancy.

Anatomy Set Pregnancy

Pelvis: This anatomy model is a representation of a median section through the female pelvis at 40 weeks pregnant with a removable fetus

Birthing Process, 5 stages

Anatomical representation of human birth. 5 stages of the birthing process

Childbirth Demonstration Pelvis

This childbirth model demonstrates the progress of the fetal head through the pelvis during birth.

Deluxe 3B Scientific® Pregnancy Series - 9 Models

Contains: • Embryo approx. 4 weeks old, 25 times life-size • 1st Month Embryo, • 2nd Month Embryo, • 3rd Month Embryo, • 4th Month Foetus (Transverse Lie) • 5th Month Foetus (Breech Position) • 5th Month Foetus (Transverse Lie) • 5th Month twin foetus (Normal Position) • 7th Month Foetus

Embryo model, 1 month

The embryo model shows an embryo at the stage of the first month of pregnancy. Ideal for medical training and as an educational tool for pregnant women. Important anatomical structures are labeled.

Embryo model, 2 month

The model shows an embryo at the stage of the second month of pregnancy

Embryonic Development Model in 12 stages

The model represents the development of the human germ cells from fertilisation until the end of the 2nd month of pregnancy in 12 stages.

Fetus model, 3 month

The model shows a fetus at the development stage of the third month of pregnancy

Fetus, month 4, abdominal position

The model shows a fetus in the fourth month in the abdominal position in the uterus. Important anatomical structures are labeled.

Fetus, month 5, breech position

The model shows a fetus in the fifth month in the breech position in the uterus. All important anatomical structures are labeled.

Fetus, month 5, dorsal position

The model shows a fetus in the fifth month in the dorsal position in the uterus. All important anatomical structures are labeled.

Fetus, month 7

The model shows a fetus in the seventh month in the uterus. All important anatomical structures are labeled.

Human Embryo Model - 25 Times Life Size

This human embryo model shows the anatomy of an embryo at approximately 4 weeks old. At 25 times life size this human embryo is great for studying human development. The high quality model is affordable without sacrificing any anatomical detail.

Labor Stages Model

Like VG392 anatomical representation of human birth, but reduced in size to 50%. The birth model is supplied on baseboard

Placenta Model

The corrosion cast specimen of a human placenta is embedded in crystal-clear plastic

Pregnancy Pelvis, 3 part

This anatomy model is a representation of a median section through the female pelvis at 40 weeks pregnant with a removable fetus

Stages of Fertilization and of the Embryo- 2-times Magnification

The model illustrates schematically how the ovum matures

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