NURSING CARE SIMULATOR

Product code : NS/51B
Dimensions:
Width: Cm.
Height: Cm.
Depth: Cm.
Weight: ,00 Kg.
0,00
Tax Included
inTheStock
  • Special Plastic Special Plastic

KEY FEATURES

Anatomical Structure: Adult Male

Length: 175 cm

Width: 49 cm

Height: 22 cm

Weight: 25 kg

  • Not easily deformed special plastic
  • Realistic appearance
  • One pupil is normal, and the other pupil is mydriasis.
  • Prominent nipples, xiphoid process, chest, and rib structure
  • Replaceable vein and injection pad structure (spares are provided)
  • 7 modules for trauma assessment and care applications
  • Rechargeable feature
  • 8 hours of battery lifebattery,wireless,tablet,7,
  • 7” Tablet as control panel
  • Wireless control

GENERAL APPLICATIONS

  1. Easily movable head, neck, waist, arm, and leg joints.
  2. Carotid and radial pulse generated via the plastic bulb.
  3. Thoracentesis and pleural effusion.
  4. Bilateral pneumothorax in the midclavicular line.
  5. Breast examination with replaceable female breast structure.
  6. Application of IV puncture, injection, transfusion, and blood drawing from bilateral forearm basilic, cephalic veins, and dorsal surface of hand.
  7. Noninvasive blood pressure (BP) measurement; systolic (SBP), and diastolic (DBP) blood pressure values ​​can be adjusted via the control panel.
  8. IM injection into bilateral deltoid and vastus lateralis muscles of the thigh region.
  9. IM hip injection in the ventrogluteal and dorsogluteal area.
  10. Oral and nasal feeding.
  11. Sputum suction and gastrolavage.
  12. Male-female urethral catheterization and bladder irrigation where realistic sphincter resistance can be felt.
  13. Ostomy (colostomy and ileostomy) care.
  14. Enema administration with using liquid.

AIRLINE CONTROL AND CPR APPLICATIONS

  1. Oral cavity, tongue, teeth, glottis, epiglottis, trachea, esophagus, right-left lung and stomach structures.
  2. Audible feedback in esophageal intubation with oral and nasal endotracheal intubation.
  3. Simulations of jaw locking, neck stiffness, difficult intubation applications with laryngeal edema formation.
  4. Tracheostomy care.
  5. Follow-up of correct and incorrect CPR applications and the accuracy of airway opening via the control panel.

TRAUMA EDUCATION

  1. Incision and suture in the chest.
  2. Abdominal incision and suture.
  3. Incision and suture in the thigh region.
  4. Infected wound care in the thigh area.
  5. Laceration in the thigh area.
  6. Foot gangrene formation and wound care.
  7. Amputated leg.
Removed from the Comparison List
Added to Compare List