Advanced Venepuncture and Injection Arm
Soft, flexible fingers are moulded separately with extreme attention paid to every detail right down to the fingerprints! Flexion of the wrist helps students develop manipulation skills.
An extensive 8-line vascular system allows students to practice venepuncture at all primary and secondary locations, including starting IVs, introducing Over the Needle IV Catheters. This arm is also suitable for cannulation in any of the veins.
The venous system simplifies setup with only one external fluid bag supplying artificial blood to all veins simultaneously. The dorsal surface of the hand includes injectable metacarpal, digital, and thumb veins. The antecubital fossa includes the median cephalic, median basilic, and median cubital veins.
Perform venepuncture along the basilic, cephalic, accessory cephalic, and median antebrachial veins. Intramuscular injections may be performed in the deltoid muscle and intradermal injection sites are located in the upper arm.
Also, intradermal injections using distilled water will create characteristic skin welts at designated sites on the upper arm.
As the veins are palpated the replaceable skin rolls and a discernible pop is felt when entering the veins. Valves in the veins can be seen and palpated on the skin surface. Under normal use, perform hundreds of injections before the veins or skin need to be replaced.
Complete Venous Access:
- Basilic V.
- Cephalic V.
- Digital V.
- Dorsal Metacarpal V.
- Median Cephalic V.
- Flexible Fingers and Wrist
- Median Basilic V.
- Accessory Cephalic V.
- Extensive Venipuncture System
- Intradermal Injections
- Intramuscular Injections
- Median Antebrachial V.
- Median Cubital V
- Replaceable Skin and Veins
- Thumb V.