Assorted Clinical Skills

Lumbar Puncture/Epidural

Lumbar Puncture/Epidural simulation

Key Features

  • Ultrasound can be used for identification of optimal insertion points, angle of needle insertion, and determination of depth
  • Cerebral spinal fluid pressures can be increased in order to simulate pathological scenarios during lumbar puncture training
  • Self-healing tissue is extremely realistic and withstands tremendous use


NG Tube

Key Features

  • Manikin has two cut-away viewing areas to provide awareness of the anatomical relationships between the skin surface, musculature, ribs, and lungs
  • Pressurized tension pneumothorax site to relieve air
  • Site where chest tubes surgically placed to treat pleural effusion


Chest Tube

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Key Features

  • Realistic anatomy
  • Clinical functionality that enables basic and advanced pediatric airway management
  • Facilitates training in bag/mask ventilation, supraglottic airway insertion, and both naso and orotracheal intubation




Key Features

  • Realistic skin texture
  • Multiple wounds can be sutured repeatedly
  • Additional wounds can be cut at desired depth or location





Key Features

  • Female replica with 14 surgical wounds
  • Some wound closures feature surgical staples
  • Flexible skin realistically responds to adhesives and all types of bandaging procedures