Product No. 61123

Perineal Repair Trainer - Dark

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Ideal to create specific scenarios, this trainer can alter the severity of the perineal tear to match the teaching objectives.




  • 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 muscles
  • External anal sphincter
  • Internal anal sphincter
  • Anal mucosa
  • Pararectal fat

Skills Gained

  • Recognition of internal anatomy
  • Performing infiltration (administering local anaesthesia)
  • Identification of degree tear using the pill rolling technique
  • Tissue layer identification and handling
  • Deep musculature suturing 
  • Superficial suturing
  • Repair of 1st-4th degree perineal tears
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Undergraduate Training - Midwifery

The European Union and Article 40 (training of midwives) of Directive 2005/36/EU (Pre-registration midwifery): performance of episiotomy and initiation into suturing. Initiation shall include theoretical instruction and clinical practice. The practice of suturing includes suturing of the wound following an episiotomy and a simple perineal laceration. This may be in a simulated situation if absolutely necessary.

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