Suprapubic Insertion (Ultrasound Guided) Unit (Light Skin Tone)
The Suprapubic Insertion Unit can be used independently or combined with another catheterization trainer for a real to life simulation. This module allows for the practice of the surgical procedure of suprapubic catheterization and is made of echolucent silicone for ultrasound guided procedures.
What are the features of the suprapubic catheterization simulator?
- Ultrasound bladder scanning – allows for ultrasound identification of urine present in the bladder, reducing risks associated with CaUTI
- Ultrasound guided Suprapubic Catheterization – allows for advanced procedure training in Urology
- Allows for the practice of Blind Suprapubic Catheterization
- More robust design means longer lasting models, keeping on-going costs lower
- Ability to view catheter path when modules are used outside of the Pelvic Shell
- Improved Water System
- Softer, more realistic anatomy
- Improved internal anatomy to allow for smoother insertion of catheter into the bladder
- New ultrasound bladder scanning aides in identification of urine in the bladder, reducing risks associated with CaUTI
- Ultrasound guided catheterization allows for more advanced Urology training
- Modules are interchangeable, and fit with the Male and Female Urinary Catheterisation models
- Ability to view the path of the catheter during procedures
- Non-drip valve
- Drain all water from the product
- Remove all catheters from the trainer
- Clean product surface with soft, damp cloth and mild detergent
- Allow trainer to dry completely before storing
- Components of the trainer are latex free
- Always deflate the balloon before removing a catheter
- Can be used with a standardised patient to help improve communication skills
- Pubic bone
- Rectus sheath
- Anatomically accurate bladder
- Suprapubic catheter management on female anatomy
- Blind and ultrasound guided suprapubic catheter insertion
- Ultrasound bladder scanning on a full bladder
Suprapubic (Ultrasound) Catheterization Module (Light Skin Tone)
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Suprapubic Insertion Bungs (Ultrasound Guided) (Pack of 2, Light Skin Tone)
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Advanced Catheterization Trainer Set (Light Skin Tone)
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Standard Catheterization Trainer Set (Light Skin Tone)
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Female Catheterization Trainer (Light Skin Tone)
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Male Catheterization Trainer (Light Skin Tone)
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"Bladder catheterization (male & female); Bladder catheter maintenance (incl. infection surveillance; Emergent suprapubic cystostomy." AAMC Clinical Skills for UME, 2005, p. 30.
"Skill 46-2: Inserting and Removing a Straight (Intermittent) or Indwelling Catheter (Male and Female): Position patient, arrange supplies on sterile field, Cleanse urethral meatus, insert catheter, inflate balloon (if indwelling), secure catheter, record and report." Fundamentals of Nursing 9th ed., 2017, p. 1131-1144.
"Genitourinary and Breast procedures: Bladder Catheterization Insertion and Removal." Advanced Practice Nursing Procedures, 2015.
"Urinary Bladder Catheterization" Essential Clinical Procedures, 3rd Ed., 2013, p. 156-165
"Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. f. Catheter placement (peripheral IV, arterial line, central venous access) g. Urinary catheter placement (urethral, suprapubic)" AAFP Residency Guidelines, Critical Patient, 2015, p. 9
"This resident .. is able to reliably perform basic procedures, including .. urinary catheter. This resident can perform basic operative steps in 'core' operations/procedures of the SCORE curriculum." ACGME General Surgery Milestones, 2019, p. 8.
"Special considerations… b. If the lower body is paralyzed, urinary catheterization may be indicated." National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards, Paramedic Instructional Guidelines, 2009, p. 221
Certified Surgical Technologists/ First Assistants
"CSTs and CSFAs are qualified to perform urinary catheterization to include use of the accessories and collection of a urine specimen in the perioperative environment." Asociation of Surgical Technologists, Standards of Practice for Urinary Catheterization, 2017, p. 6-7.