Paediatric Multi-Venous IV Training Arm Kit



 

Lifelike paediatric arm reproduction with multi-vein system designed for peripheral intravenous therapy.

Description of features:

  • Venipuncture possible in the antecubital fossa or dorsum of the hand
  • Peripheral IV line insertion and removal
  • Accessible veins include median, basilic and cephalic
  • Palpable veins enable site selection and preparation
  • Infusible veins allow peripheral therapy with IV bolus or push injection method
  • Peripheral IV line maintenance including assessment and rotation of site and dressing, solution and tubing change
  • Replaceable skin and multi-vein system ensures longevity of model
  • Articulates to paediatric manikins and task trainers
  • Arm may be purchased separately


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