Simple and easy to use, Life/form Venipuncture and Injection Training Arms are the ideal way to teach venipuncture and injection techniques including starting IVs and introducing Over the Needle IV catheters.
This simulator ends your problem of finding willing volunteers, and helps to avoid patient injury and liability while the students are learning new procedures. Realism begins with fine detail – right down to the fingerprints. But most important is the realistic feeling of puncture through the vinyl skin and latex veins.
The skin actually rolls as you palpate the vein and the characteristic “pop” can be felt as the needle penetrates the vein. Veins are accessible at the antecubital fossa, along the forearm, and at the back of the hand, making it possible to practice venipuncture at any of the common sites.
Practice of intramuscular injection is equally realistic. A foam pad simulates muscle tissue, and the boundaries are identified by natural bonelike landmarks. Life/form Venipuncture and Injection Arms are designed with replaceable skins and veins. Complete replacement skin kits are available and easy to use.
To extend the life of each skin/vein set, an aerosol sealant is available to seal punctures in the tubing and prevent leakage. Includes a Life/form arm with skin, blood donor set, infusion set, 3 cc syringe, 12 cc syringe, needle, one pint Life/form blood, teaching guide, and hard carrying case. Three-year warranty. Size: 35" x 12" x 6".
• Simple And Easy To Use
• Ends Your Problem Of Finding Willing Volunteers
• Helps To Avoid Patient Injury And Liability
• Fine Detail – Right Down To The Fingerprints
• Realistic Feeling Of Puncture Through The Vinyl Skin And Latex Veins
• Practice Venipuncture At Any Of The Common Sites
• Intramuscular Injection Site
• Realistic Flashback
• Three-Year Warranty
• Size: 35" x 12" x 6".
• Replacement Kits Available: Please Call
• Life/Form With Skin
• Blood Donor Set
• Infusion Set
• 3 cc Syringe
• 12 cc Syringe Needle
• One Pint Life/Form Blood
• Teaching Guide
• Hard Carrying Case