Advanced Female Catheterisation Trainer



The Advanced Female Catheterisation Trainer allows the trainee to learn urethral and supra-pubic catheterisation, as well as how to demonstrate self-catheterisation to patients (using the optional Self Catheterisation Stand). It has accurate female urethral anatomy that is realistically soft and compliant. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life.


Skills Gained:

  • Correct handling of female anatomy
  • Aseptic catheterisation technique
  • Catheter placement: accepts catheters from 12-16 French
  • Fluid management
  • Withdrawal of catheter
  • Intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) when used with the optional Self-Catheterisation Stand
  • Suprapubic catheter insertion and catheter management using Suprapubic Bung

 


Product Anatomy:

Partable labia with realistic urethral meatus and vaginal opening


Product Qualities:

realism
  • Supple urethra and resistant sphincter providing realistic response
features
  • 1 liter fluid bag on stand provides pressurized fluid flow
  • Syringe supplied with water-based lubricant to simulate proprietary local anesthetic gel
  • Non-drip Valve
  • Reusable double-sleeve catheter packaging is supplied for teaching aseptic catheter handling
safety
  • Product is latex free (catheters provided contain latex)
cleaning
  • Skin surface washable with soap and water


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