Product No. 70230

Hand & Wrist Injection Trainer

$2,800.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery

Suitable 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.



  • Facilitates injection in five key sites
  • Presence of Median Nerve allows for negative feedback
  • New app provides interactive real-time feedback
  • Each site can withstand over 200 injections
  • Skin can be easily removed and changed


  • Interactive model anatomy
  • Anatomically correct
  • Includes important ligament and skeletal structures


  • Lightweight and easily portable
  • 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, due to the electronics contained
  • Latex free


Injection Sites

  • 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

Bone structures:

  • Radial Styloid
  • Ulnar Styloid
  • Trapezius and Scaphoid
  • First Carpometacarpal Joint space
  • Distal Radioulnar Joint space
  • Lister’s tubercle



Skills Gained

Model allows for injection into:

  • The Carpal Tunnel
  • De Quervain’s Sheath
  • Trigger Finger
  • 1st Carpometacarpal Joint
  • Distal Radioulnar Joint


  • Model also includes technology that ensures trainees avoid the Median Nerve
  • Patient positioning and management
  • Identification of anatomical landmarks
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    Hand & Wrist Skin

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    Needle Set - 3 needles, 1 syringe

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  • Android tablet

    Android tablet

  • AA batteries (x2)

    AA batteries (x2)

  • Sharps Bin

    Sharps Bin




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%

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