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Product No. VTA1800

Nita Newborn

£600.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery

An anatomically correct mannequin representing a 4 lb, 16 inch long female baby developed to review the principles, skills and tools necessary for insertion, assessment, dressing care, securement and maintenance of vascular access devices (VAD's) in infants.

Features

Overview

  • Veins specifically designed with a small internal diameter, to make accessing more challenging

Realism

  • Life-like umbilicus allowing repeated use of a 5FR umbilical catheter to access the umbilical vein
  • A “pop” is felt as the needle enters the vein with a realistic flashback of blood confirming proper needle placement
  • Umbilical tape can be tied around the umbilicus to secure the catheter

Safety

  • Latex free

Anatomy

  • Venipuncture sites include:
    • Median, basilic and axillary sites in both arms
    • Saphenous and popliteal veins in right leg
    • External jugular and temporal veins
Skills

Skills Gained

  • Placement, suctioning, securing, dressing, cleansing and maintenance of nasal cannulas, endotracheal tubes, nasotracheal tubes and feeding tubes
  • Central catheter insertion, securing, dressing & maintenance
  • IV and PICC line insertion, securing, dressing & maintenance
  • Umbilical catheterization
  • Venipuncture including heparinization and fluid infusion
Contains
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  • Baby diaper

    Baby diaper

  • Fluid bag and tubing

    Fluid bag and tubing

  • Simulated blood

    Simulated blood

  • Carry case

    Carry case

Curriculum

References

Paramedics

Paramedics - College of Paramedics, Paramedic Curriculum Guidance (3rd Edition Revised 2015) Section C1.7: Pre-Registration Curriculum for Paramedic Development- Care Delivery

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