Examination & Diagnostic Breast Trainer



Procedure: Breast Examination and Diagnostic

Our realistic, life-size breast trainer is the ideal platform for training in the examination procedures and diagnostic techniques required for clinical breast examination (CBE).


Skills Gained:

  • Recognised clinical breast examination technique
  • Diagnosis of pathologies:
    • carcinoma
    • fibroadenoma
  • Aspiration of a cyst
  • Self-examination technique (SBE)

Product Anatomy:

  • Simulated carcinoma and fibroadenoma
  • Benign cyst for aspiration

Product Qualities:

realism
  • Breast skin is warm to the touch
  • Responds to palpation in a lifelike way
features
  • Variable cyst volume
versatility
  • Lightweight and compact base allows for:
  • Self-examination
  • Bench top presentation
safety
  • Contains latex
cleaning
  • Skin surface is washable using soap and water


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