Product No. 60852

Suprapubic Insertion (Ultrasound Guided) Unit (Light Skin Tone)

$1,080.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery
Skin Tone:

The Suprapubic Unit for Catheterization Trainer allows trainees to practise the surgical procedure of suprapubic catheterization. The module can be used with ultrasound guidance, making this suitable for advanced levels of learning.

This module allows trainees to practise scanning a full bladder to confirm the need for catheterization.

This product is available in both a dark and light skin-tone. 



  • Ultrasound material closely mimics human skin
  • Full bladder scan can be carried out to confirm the need for catheterization


  • Easily interchangeable module compatible with the common base for the Catheterization Range


  • Skin surface is washable using soap & water


  • Product is latex free (catheters provided contain latex)


  • Rectus sheath for close-to-life catheter insertion
  • Pubic bone
  • Anatomically accurate bladder

Skills Gained

  • Suprapubic catheter insertion (blind and ultrasound guided)
  • Transducer handling
  • Full bladder scanning
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Undergraduate Medicine

"Bladder catheterization (male & female); Bladder catheter maintenance (incl. infection surveillance; Emergent suprapubic cystostomy." AAMC Clinical Skills for UME, 2005, p. 30.

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