Injection Training

3B Epidural and Spinal Injection Trainer

This epidural and spinal injection trainer is very impressive thanks to its extremely realistic haptic feedback, and the use of high-quality, hard-wearing materials.

3B Intramuscular injection simulator

The intramuscular injection simulator enables students to practice carrying out intramuscular injections cost-effectively

3B Intramuscular Injection Simulator - Upper Arm

This high-quality I.M. simulator represents a right upper arm with all important anatomical palpable landmarks such as acromion and humerus.

3B Intramuscular Injection Simulator - Upper Leg

This high-quality simulation of a right upper leg realistically displays all of the important anatomical, palpable landmarks such as patella and greater trochanter for very realistic practice of correct intramuscular injections.

Arthrocentesis Trainer

The Arthrocentesis Trainer is ultrasound compatible and anatomically correct  —perfect for finding and treating the presence of an effusion. This knee injection trainer represents an extended left leg and includes the patella, patella ligament, tibia, fibula, femur, synovial sac, and synovial fluid

Elbow for Joint Injection

For practicing soft tissue joint injection used for the treatment of injuries and arthritis. The arm is presented for the treatment of both Golfer’s and Tennis elbow. For practicing soft tissue joint injection used for the treatment of injuries and arthritis. The arm is presented for the treatment of both Golfer’s and Tennis elbow.

Foot & Ankle for Joint Injection

A foot and ankle for practicing soft tissue injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.A foot and ankle for practicing soft tissue injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.

Hand & Wrist for Joint Injection

An articulated right hand & wrist used for practicing soft tissue joint injection for the treatment of injuries & arthritis.An articulated right hand & wrist used for practicing soft tissue joint injection for the treatment of injuries & arthritis.

Injection Trainer

Our soft tissue injection pad is designed for practising intradermal, subcutaneous and intramuscular tissue injection techniques. The Injection Trainer has multiple tissue layers representing the epidermis, dermis, fat and muscle layer, and can easily attach to an arm or thigh to help teach professional-to-patient communication.

Knee Aspiration & Injection Trainer with Ultrasound Capabilities

An anatomically accurate adult knee model for injection and aspiration of synovial fluid from the knee joint, from both the lateral and medial aspects, using ultrasound-guidance or palpation.

Lumbar Puncture / Epidural Trainer

Safely Practice Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Epidural with Four Varieties of Life-like Tissues

Lumbar Puncture Baby

LumbarPunctureBaby simulates a two week old infant for ultrasound or blind technique lumbar puncture training. And, it can be positioned lateral or decubitus.

Shoulder for Joint Injection

For practicing soft tissue joint injection used for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.For practicing soft tissue joint injection used for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.

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