Product No. 61102

Anal Sphincter Repair Trainer - Light

$1,150.00 AUD Price does not include taxes or delivery
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Ideal for practising repair of 4th degree anal sphincter injuries (OASI), its realistic anatomy allows for repair of both the internal and external anal sphincter, and anal mucosa.

Developed in collaboration with Mr Abdul Sultan, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Croydon University Hospital (UK).



  • Cost-effective as all layers can be sutured repeatedly 
  • Durable and long-lasting block
  • Illustration pack representing each degree of perineal trauma to aid identification of key landmarks and internal anatomy


  • All essential layers of tissue can accept repeated sutures 
  • Soft skin with a similar drag and strength to human skin


  • Can be used alongside PROMPT Flex by placing in front of it to add further realism to the simulation
  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Clamps provided to secure trainer to bench-top
  • Compact and portable 


  • Skin surface is washable using soap & water


  • Product is latex free


  • Hymenal remnants 
  • Vaginal mucosa 
  • Perineal skin
  • Perineal muscles
  • External anal sphincter 
  • Internal anal sphincter
  • Anal mucosa
  • Pararectal fat

Skills Gained

  • Recognition of internal anatomy
  • Tissue handling
  • End-to-end repair of the external anal sphincter 
  • Overlap repair of the external anal sphincter 
  • Repair of the internal anal sphincter and anal mucosa 
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The standards and Criteria for the Accreditation of Nursing and Midwifery Courses Leading to Registration states that midwives in Australia are expected to have experience of actual or simulated episiotomy and perineal suturing.