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For practicing soft tissue joint injection used for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.
The arm is presented for the treatment of both Golfer’s and Tennis elbow.
Developed in collaboration with Dr Trevor Silver.
Easy-to-use Feedback Console: LEDs light up when correct injection sites have been acquired, point of maximal tenderness has been palpated and when the ulnar nerve has been hit
Flexed right elbow, which rotates on the stand
Supplied with ‘No Trace’ marker (non-permanent rapidly fading ink) for illustrating underlying anatomical landmarks
NB: Not suitable for ultrasound use
Use a warm damp cloth to clean
Patient posture and management
Identifying anatomical landmarks and painful areas
Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
Golfer’s Elbow (medial epicondylitis)
Training in fan or cone infiltration techniques
Musculoskeletal Injection Skills Competency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents: A Method for Development and Assessment.
Cuccurullo, S. M. B., David DO; Petagna, Ann Marie MA, PT; Platt, Heather BS; Strax, Thomas E. MD (2004). "Musculoskeletal Injection Skills Competency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents: A Method for Development and Assessment." American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 83(6)(June 2004): 479-485.
An Instructional Program to Facilitate Teaching Joint/Soft-tissue Injection and Aspiration.
Vogelgesang, S. A. K., Theresa M.; Kreiter, Clarence D. (2002). "An Instructional Program to Facilitate Teaching Joint/Soft-tissue Injection and Aspiration." Journal of General Internal Medicine 17(6): 441-445.
AAFP Residency Guidelines, Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine, Reprint No. 265 (p.4): Indications, limitations, contraindications, and informed consent for office-based musculoskeletal procedures such as:
a. Common joint aspirations
b. Common joint injections
c. Common injections for bursitis
d. Common injections for tendinopathy
Core Curriculum Outline for Rheumatology Fellowship Programs, American College of Rheumatology, 2015
"Demonstrtae competency in obtaining synovial fluid from diarthrodial joints, bursae, and tenosynovial structures."
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