Arm; Right Humeral IO/IV



Arm; Right Humeral IO/IV
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Arm; Right Humeral IO/IV
SimMan 3G/MCKELLY

Item Number: 212-13850
 


Lifelike arm with simulated humeral IO/IV designed for practicing intraosseous needle placement, medication and fluid administration, and infusion.

 

  • Correct anatomical landmarks
  • Articulating elbow
  • Rotation of the arm to expose the antecubital fossa
  • Correct resistance inserting the IO needle
  • Ability to introduce IV fluids via both IO site and pre-ported IV
  • Fluid drain tubing
  • Perform IV with fluid  and evaluate drainage
  • Can be used with EZ-IO, BIG and Jamshidi

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