Pediatric Regional Anesthesia and Central Line Ultrasound Training Model

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Pediatric Regional Anesthesia and Central Line Ultrasound Training Model

Using the innovative LifeCastâ„¢ modeling approach, the new Pediatric Ultrasound Central Line and Regional Anesthesia Training Model provides the most realistic external landmarks while the internal anatomy is based on digital human files of a 6-year-old child.
The model offers anatomically correct brachial plexus and vascular access anatomy of the upper thorax and neck. This next generation ultrasound mannequin contains improved anatomy for nerve blocks including the supraclavicular nerves, interscalene nerves, infraclavicular nerves and enhanced access of the posterior interscalene nerve block approach. The model can be accessed via the internal jugular (IJ), subclavian, infraclavicular and supraclavicular approach as well as the axillary vein.

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The simulated superior vena cava, right atrium and right ventricle offer users the ability to fully thread guidewires, dilators and catheters without resistance just as you would expect with a live patient. Pediatric central line simulator also includes internal landmarks such as the trachea, suprasternal notch, manubrium and clavicle. This model is exemplary, utilizing traditional external landmarks for blind insertion central line placement or using ultrasound to guide the central venous access procedure. The brachial plexus can be injected with simulated anesthetics to verify needle tip location and to practice the entire anesthesia procedure.

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