Product No. KKM93C

Ultrasound Central Venous Catheter Insertion Simulator Mk 3

A realistic model for teaching central line management including cannula approaches and the insertion of central venous catheters into the superior vena cava, with and without ultrasound guidance.



  • 2 CVC placement pads
  • 1 transparent anatomical block
  • Blue and red fluid confirms successful and unsuccessful needle placement


  • Lifelike needle tip resistance
  • Excellent image quality
  • Palpable landmarks and carotid arterial pulsation

Skills Gained

  • Use of ultrasound technology
  • New improved CVC pad with more durable veins for greater longevity
  • Identification of key landmarks, including the clavicle, sternocleidomastoid muscle and the internal carotid artery
  • Navigation of needle under ultrasound and recognition of correct vessels
  • Subclavian, supraclavicular, axillary and internal jugular approach to catheterisation
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    CVC Placement Pad for KKM93-C (Pair)

    Product No. KK11347-240

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    Introductory ultrasound training block (pair)

    Product No. KK11347-210

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  • Male upper torso mannequin

    Male upper torso mannequin

  • Transparent anatomical block

    Transparent anatomical block

  • Skin for cannulation training

    Skin for cannulation training

  • 2 Mock blood powder sachets (red and blue)

    2 Mock blood powder sachets (red and blue)

  • Air bulb

    Air bulb

  • 2 Plastic jars

    2 Plastic jars

  • Irrigation bottle

    Irrigation bottle

  • Syringe


  • Sample needle

    Sample needle

  • Artery tube (transparent)

    Artery tube (transparent)

  • Vein tube (blue)

    Vein tube (blue)

  • Vein pipe

    Vein pipe




GMC CMT curriculum (2012): p.150: Essential CMT procedures (part B, clinical independence desirable)* CMT StRs must have some experience* of these procedures before completion of CMT • central venous cannulation (by neck or femoral) with U/S guidance where appropriate

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