Our soft tissue injection pad is designed for practising intradermal, subcutaneous and intramuscular tissue injection techniques.
The Injection Trainer has multiple tissue layers representing the epidermis, dermis, fat and muscle layer, and can easily attach to an arm or thigh to help teach professional-to-patient communication.
- Epidermis layer peels back to quickly release subcuticular liquid
- Tissues are soft and warm to the touch
- Strap for hybrid simulation
- Durable replaceable epidermis
- Latex free
- Epidermis, dermis, fat and muscle
- Subcutaneous injection
- Intradermal and intramuscular injection
- Management of tissue
- Professional-to-patient communication
Skin Pad & Muscle Block for Injection Trainer
Product No. 00311Learn more
Epidermis for Injection Trainer (x2)
Product No. 00320Learn more
Strap-on base plate
Soft tissue tray with liner
Practical Skills and Procedures, General Medical Council, April 2019, p.6 Prescribing 17. Prepare and administer injectable (intramuscular, subcutaneous,intravenous) drugs... and prefilled syringes
NMC Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses, 17 May 2018, p.37 11.7 administer injections using intramuscular, subcutaneous,intradermal and intravenous routes and manage injection equipment
NHS National Practitioner Program: Matrix Specification for the Physician Associate (2016). p.127: Core Procedural Skills: Injection- IM Injection –SC (Insulin, LMW Heparin)
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GMC Outcomes for provisionally registered doctors with a licence to practise (The Trainee Doctor), 2015 p. 8: Core clinical and procedural skills ...: Injection of local anaesthetic to skin, Injection – subcutaneous (eg insulin or LMW heparin), Injection – intramuscular
College of Paramendics, Paramedic Curriculum Guidance (3rd Edition Revised 2015) C 1.7.3 Apply collaborative pain assessment and management.