Hand & Wrist Injection Trainer (With Tablet, Light Skin Tone)
SuitSuitable for all levels of training, the Hand & Wrist Injection Trainer allows trainees and clinicians to practice and teach injections in five different locations within the hand and wrist.
An anatomically correct representation of an adult hand and partial forearm with important landmarks and underlying structures, the palpation-guided trainer allows for injections into the:
• Carpal Tunnel
• De Quervain’s Sheath
• Trigger Finger
• First Carpometacarpal Joint
• Distal Radioulnar Joint
The app, coupled with innovative sensory technology, provides learners with wireless, real-time feedback from the procedure. An Interactive Anatomy element allows users to rotate the detailed model anatomy 360 degrees so each injection site can be viewed and analysed from a number of angles.
able for all levels of training, the NEW Hand & Wrist Injection Trainer allows trainees and clinicians to practice and teach injections in five different locations within the hand and wrist. An anatomically correct representation of a man’s hand with important landmarks and underlying structures, the palpation-guided trainer allows for injections into the Carpal Tunnel, De Quervain’s Sheath, Trigger Finger, First Carpometacarpal Joint, and the Distal Radioulnar Joint, whilst the presence of the Median Nerve adds another level of realism and complexity.
The trainer comes equipped with an Android tablet, which works in unison with our newly developed app. The app, coupled with innovative sensory technology, provides learners with wireless, real-time feedback from the procedure. An Interactive Anatomy element allows users to rotate the detailed model anatomy 360 degrees so each injection site can be viewed and analysed from a number of angles.
A mobile android tablet is provided which is guaranteed compatible with the hand & wrist injection trainer. The application is pre-installed on the tablet provided. If you already have a compatible tablet then a hand & wrist injection trainer can be purchased without a tablet.
• Facilitates injection in five key sites of the hand and wrist
• Presence of the Median Nerve allows for negative feedback
• App provides interactive real-time feedback
• Each site can withstand extensive repeated injections
• Skin can be easily removed and changed (see skin replacement)
• Interactive model anatomy
- Interactive model anatomy
- Anatomically accurate male adult
- Includes important ligament and skeletal structures (See Anatomy)
- Lightweight and easily portable
- Can be used alongside a simulated patient for communication training
- App can be set to English UK, English USA, French, Mandarin, Spanish and German
- Can be cleaned by wiping with soap and water
- Fluid should not be injected into any of the sites
- Take care when cleaning trainer as electronics are present
- This trainer is latex free
- Carpal Tunnel
- De Quervain’s Sheath
- Trigger Finger
- First Carpometacarpal Joint
- Distal Radioulnar Joint
- Median Nerve
- Trigger finger nodule
Internal Product Anatomy:
- Palmaris Longus
- Flexor Carpi Radialis
- Extensor Digitorum Group
- Extensor Digiti Minimi
- Abductor Pollicus Longus
- Extensor Pollicus Brevis
- Extensor Pollicus Longus
- Radial Styloid
- Ulnar Styloid
- Trapezius and Scaphoid
- First Carpometacarpal Joint space
- Distal Radioulnar Joint space
- Lister’s tubercle
- Model also includes technology that ensures trainees learn to avoid the Median Nerve
- Patient positioning and management
- Communication skills when used with a simulated patient
- Identification of anatomical landmarks
Injecting into the:
- Carpal Tunnel
- De Quervain’s Sheath
- Trigger Finger
- 1st Carpometacarpal Joint
- Distal Radioulnar Joint
Hand & Wrist Skin (Light Skin Tone)
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Needle Set - 3 needles, 1 syringe
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AA batteries (x2)
Recommendations for Clinical Skills Curricula for Undergraduate Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, 2008, Appendix B; Clinical Testing and Procedural Skills, p.26 Perform and describe systematic examination of major joints including inspection, palpation, range of motion, and identification of important anatomical landmarks Recommendations for Clinical Skills Curricula for Undergraduate Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, 2005, Appendix B; Clinical Testing and Procedural Skills, p.23 Testing & Procedure Skills: Joint Aspiration Technique; Joint Fluid Examination” Procedural skills: What’s taught in medical school, what ought to be? SR Turner, J Hanson, CJ de Gara, Non-AAMC Recommended: Joint aspiration - % of Schools That Teach - 88%
Family Medicine Residency
http://mahec.net/?/residency-and-student-info/residency-program/family-medicine-asheville/our-curriculum Diagnose and stabilize common musculoskeletal trauma and sports injuries, and inject soft tissues and joints; Gain procedural skills (shoulder and knee injections, aspirations...)
Graduate Medical Education in Pain Medicine
ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Pain Medicine (Anesthesiology, Neurology, or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), Accreditation council for Graduate Medical Education, effective 2017, p.17 IV.A.5.b).(4).(j) joint and bursal injections, including sacroiliac, hip, knee, and shoulder joint injections;
Graduate Medical Education in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Accreditation council for Graduate Medical Education, effective 2017, p.17 IV.A.5.a).(2).(a) must demonstrate competence in the: performance of therapeutic and diagnostic injections. ACGME Case Log Entry System, Review Committee for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2014 Peripheral joint/intra-articular injection - (use for small, medium OR major joints, including hip) Peripheral nerve injection (such as suprascapular, infrapatellar,etc.) Ultrasound guidance for needle placement
Graduate Medical Education in Orthopaedic Surgery
The Orthopaedic Surgery Milestones Project, A Joint Initiative of The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, July 2015, p.35 Performs simple shoulder procedures (e.g., subacromial injection)
Core Curriculum Outline, for Rheumatology Fellowship Programs, American College of Rheumatology, 2015, p 16 and p 85 Demonstrate competence in arthrocentesis, joint and soft tissue injections. Perform procedures including arthrocentesis and joint and soft tissue injections with ultrasound guidance, when appropriate and feasible.
Graduate Medical Education in Musculoskeletal Radiology
ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Musculoskeletal Radiology Accreditation council for Graduate Medical Education, effective 2017, p.2 supervised experience in the application and interpretation of all imaging examinations and procedures as they relate to the analysis of disorders of the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, and soft tissues. The imaging methods and procedures include …. diagnostic and therapeutic injections ...
Nurse Practitioner (NP) and Physician Assistant (PA) Specialising in Rheumatology
Nurse Practitioner (NP) and Physician Assistant (PA) Rheumatology Curriculum Outline, American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP), 2017, p.8 Perform procedures, as agreed upon by the supervising/collaborating rheumatologist and NP/PA: 2. Joint and soft tissue injections (adult) a. Indications and contraindications b. Large and medium joints (i.e., knee) c. Trigger points d. Greater trochanteric bursae e. Subacromial space
Physician Assistant (PA) Specialising in Orthopaedics
PAs and OPAs, The Distinctions, American Academy of Pas, 2016, p.5 Joint Injections Physician Assistant - Yes
Can I use this hand & wrist injection simulator for self-directed learning?
Yes, the hand & wrist simulator has an accompanying app which allows trainees to receive instant positive & negative feedback from the model depending on whether the correct injection site is hit.
What is the expected battery life for the Hand & Wrist Injection Trainer?
Operated by 2 x AA batteries, the trainer has undergone laboratory testing, and we’ve shown that the batteries can last for over 500 hours of injection practice.
What are the requirements to use the app on my own device?
The trainer works over Bluetooth, so a Bluetooth enabled Android™ tablet or phone is required for training. This allows the needles and device to be completely wireless, ensuring maximum realism when injecting sites
Can I practise different injection techniques on this model?
The Hand & Wrist trainer is anatomically accurate, meaning a wide range of techniques and approaches can be taken with the model to ensure trainees can hit a gold standard of training.