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Product No. 70200

Shoulder Injection Trainer - Palpation Guided

£2,200.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery

Designed in collaboration with clinicians, this simple to set up trainer and companion app combines physical practice with the guidance of technology.

It provides a repeatable teaching and training platform for shoulder injections, in the four most common sites.

The accompanying android app allows learners and teachers visualize the underlying anatomy, as well as clearly signalling success. This helps increase the accuracy and speed of learning.

The app links to the ShoulderDoc website which, courtesy of Prof. Lennard Funk, provides information and directions for shoulder injection techniques.

Features

Overview

  • Palpation to find the four most common injection sites
  • Instant feedback for the trainee when a site is correctly located
  • Injections from multiple approaches to allow for different preferences
  • Suitable for postgraduate learning
  • App features full 360-degree view of underlying anatomy and injection site to aid learning
  • The app is available in five languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin, French and German
  • Cost effective replacement skins

Realism

  • Discrete muscle and skin layers for realistic needle feel

Versatility

  • Each skin can withstand up to 500 injections per site (1x spare shoulder skin supplied)
  • Simple Bluetooth connection between app and trainer
  • Requires only a standard needle (supplied)
  • Batteries (2x AA supplied) last for up to 500 hours

Safety

  • Latex free
  • Model is designed for use with the Android tablet supplied; if you plan to use an alternative tablet, please contact us for compatibility details
  • One tablet is required per shoulder used in training

Anatomy

  • Adult male torso with right shoulder
  • Features all the relevant landmarks and structures
  • Injection sites:
    • Acromioclavicular Joint
    • Glenohumeral Joint
    • Bicipital Groove
    • Subacromial Space
Skills

Skills Gained

  • Landmark palpation to identify sites
  • Practice injection of the four most common sites
  • Flexibility to learn multiple approaches to specific sites
  • Rotation of the shoulder to locate head of the humerus
Contains
  • Android tablet

    Android tablet

  • Carry case

    Carry case

  • AA batteries (x2)

    AA batteries (x2)

  • Elbow

    Elbow

Curriculum

References

GP Training

The RCGP Curriculum: Professional & Clinical Modules, The Royal College of General Practitioners, 2016, p.327 . You may also consider attending courses offering joint injection training.

Orthopedics

Rheumatology

Specialist Sport & Exercise Medicine Trainees

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