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Product No. VTA2400

Chester Chest with New Standard Arm - Light Skin

£710.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery

Chester Chest™ enables physicians, nurses, home health staff, patients and support persons to develop competence with the management of most common types of vascular access devices within one realistic and portable training aid.

Features

Overview

  • Prepositioned surgically implanted CVC and PICC line
  • Chest has a real implanted vascular access device (IVAD)
  • Openings to attach triple lumen and subclavian catheters

Realism

  • Successful access is confirmed by a blood return
  • Fluid can be infused and blood withdrawn from all the lines

Versatility

  • Can be used in upright and supine positions
  • 3 difficult access inserts are supplied simulating the following port placements:

    • Tipping
    • Wandering
    • Deeply placed
Skills

Skills Gained

  • Fluid infusion and withdrawal 
  • Dressing and securement techniques 
Contains
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    Real Chest Port - IVAD

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    Dual Lumen 5FR PICC Catheter

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    Tunneled Central Venous Catheter 9FR (CVC)

    Product No. VTA0407

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    Chest Tissue Flap for Chester Chest™ - Light Skin

    Product No. VTA0405

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    Difficult Access Insert - Simulates Wandering Access - for Chester Chest™

    Product No. VTA0420

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    Difficult Access Insert - Simulates Tipping Access - for Chester Chest™

    Product No. VTA0430

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  • Base unit

    Base unit

  • Blood reservoir bag in the torso & arm

    Blood reservoir bag in the torso & arm

  • Male upper torso with the right arm

    Male upper torso with the right arm

Curriculum

References

Undergraduate Nursing

NMC Standards of Proficiency (p. 31): Meeting needs for care and support with the prevention and management of infection: use standard precautions protocols; use effective aseptic, non-touch techniques; use appropriate personal protection equipment including gloves and masks; use evidence based hand washing techniques.