The Burnet Institute states that of all the women who gave birth vaginally in Australia in 2016, 76% had some form of perineal trauma*. Our new Perineal Repair Range provides a tool for clinicians to repeatedly practise perineal repairs, using a variation of different blocks. Our range includes the option to practise on a mediolateral block, midline block, anal-sphincter injury block and an un-incised block, for a well-rounded training experience. We know the repair of perineal trauma is an important procedure, and this is why our improved models include highly detailed muscle and fat layers, which allow trainees to identify essential landmarks before, during and after repair.
Another versatile addition to our Obstetrics and Gynaecology range, the new Episiotomy Trainer Module fits into the same stand our perineal repair blocks use and has been designed to ensure trainees acquire confidence in the training of episiotomy.
All our models are available in dark and light skin-tones.
The new range consists of:
*Perineal Tears: A literature review, Burnet Institute, 2018