Mama-U



Mama-U represents a postpartum uterus after birth. It supports training in postpartum IUD and uterine balloon tamponade insertions and other postpartum uterus interventions. The model is ultra-portable and can be used as a tabletop model for task training, or inside MamaNatalie for a complete birth simulation.

 

Anatomy of the model

The model has all relevant anatomical features like fundus, cervix and perineum along with possibility to extend the uterus (relevant for insertion of postpartum IUD).

 

Key Features

 

Change uterine angle by applying pressure to the model. 

 

 

Practice “blinded” placements and lift cover of the uterus to evaluate placement.  

 

 

Use inside MamaNatalie Birthing Simulator for complete birth and postpartum simulation training

 

 

Ultra-portable in the compact shoulder bag and easy to use for on-site training

 



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