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Product No. 70300

Advanced Venipuncture Arm - Light

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An ideal trainer for all levels of learning, the NEW Advanced Venipuncture Arm utilizes a pressurized pump and unique locking system to accurately simulate venipuncture, IV cannulation, and IV infusion training.

Our skin locking feature (patent pending) ensures the model is easy to re-skin whilst maintaining the lifelike palpability and haptics of the underlying basilic, cephalic, dorsal metacarpal and median cubital veins. Precisely mirroring a male right arm, the model effectively simulates real-life venipuncture occurrences, including blood flashback and the use of digital pressure to stem flow. Realism is further increased by the Advanced Pressurized Pump, which operates at a realistic blood pressure to provide trainees with a true-to-life and mess free learning experience.

The realistic arm skin and a new innovative vein gripping mechanism work in unison to deliver realistic and repeatable training, whilst a cost-effective modular vein system promotes ease of use and reduces waste.

Features

Overview

  • Advanced Pump System reduces internal leakage for a more user-friendly experience
  • Cost-effective vein modules reduce waste and are easy to replace
  • Realistic and palpable vein haptics promote accurate clinical use
  • Easy-to-fit skin-locking system (patent pending) increases anatomical realism
  • New vein gripping feature facilitates correct vein positioning, repeatable training and an easier re-skinning and re-veining process
  • Infusion tube allows for IV fluids to be administered
  • Can be used in conjunction with a simulated patient

Realism

  • Realistic representation of the antecubital fossa (ACF) and metacarpal vein regions
  • Using the Advanced Pump, the arm operates at an accurate blood pressure
  • Provides lifelike blood flashback
  • Increased realism of the arm (look and feel)
  • Gripping system provides true-to-life vein placement

Versatility

  • Compatible with vacuum blood collection systems, needle & syringe, and IV cannulas
  • Durable skin
  • Extended tubing allows for extra maneuverability in a classroom setting for use with a simulated patient
  • Veins can withstand up to 500 stabs from a 21g needle
  • All features are compatible with Basic and Standard arms

Cleaning

  • Skin surface washable using soap and water
  • Veins are easy to replace, clean, service and maintain

Safety

  • Veins contain latex

Anatomy

Underlying palpable veins:

  • Basilic vein
  • Cephalic vein
  • Dorsal metacarpal veins
  • Median cubital vein
Skills

Skills Gained

  • Venipuncture
  • IV Cannulation (Dorsal Metacarpal & ACF)
  • IV Infusion
  • Communication skills using a simulated patient
  • Practice of aseptic technique
Contains
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    ACF Vein Module

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    Metacarpal Vein Module

    Product No. 70307

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    Venipunture Arm Skin - Light

    Product No. 70312

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    Venipuncture Arm Infusion Tube

    Product No. 00335

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    Venipuncture Arm Rest

    Product No. 00302

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    Refill Bottle

    Product No. 00303

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    Pressurized Venipuncture Arm Mock Blood Supply

    Product No. 70315

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  • Arm Core

    Arm Core

Curriculum

References

Undergraduate Medicine

Outcomes for graduates (Tomorrow's Doctors), Appendix 1 - Practical procedures for Graduates, p.12-14: 4. Venipuncture. Inserting a needle into a patient's vein to take a sample of blood for testing, or to give an injection into the vein. 17. Establishing a peripheral intravenous access and setting up an infusion; use of infusion devices. Puncturing a patient's vein in order to insert an indwelling plastic tube (known as a cannula), to allow fluids to be infused into the vein (a drip). Connecting the tube to a source of fluid. Appropriate choice of fluids and their doses. Correct use of electronic devices which drive and regulate the rate of fluid administration.

Postgraduate

Core Medical Training

Emergency Medicine Trainees

Physician Assistants

Registered Nurses

Healthcare Assistants

Phlebotomists

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