Product No. 61124

Episiotomy Trainer Module - Dark

£200.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery
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This cost-effective, simplified model has been created to use in a classroom setting to ensure the acquisition of confidence in the training of episiotomy. The crowning of the head gives trainees a true-to-life experience. 

The Perineal Repair Stand (61129) in which the module fits, must be purchased separately. 

This product is available in a light skin-tone (61104).



  • Baby head has realistic look and feel, providing landmarks and appropriate tactile response when inserting fingers to guard the baby's head
  • Repair tape increases the longevity of the episiotomy pad, allowing for multiple uses per pad
  • Illustration pack to help trainees get familiarised with key landmarks and where to place the cut


  • Realistic representation of tissue to represent a stretched perineum 


  • Skin surface is washable using soap & water


  • Product is latex free

Skills Gained

  • Identification of fontanelles
  • Handling of a stretched perineum
  • Reducing the risk of damaging the baby or mother 
  • Infiltration of perineum prior to episiotomy 
  • Performance of mediolateral or midline episiotomy
  • Use of instruments
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Works With
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    Perineal Repair Stand with Clamps - Dark

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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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