Ultrasound Training

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

Chest Drain & Needle Decompression Trainer

Our Chest Drain and Needle Decompression Trainer has been designed to meet the specific requirements of healthcare professionals training in surgical or guidewire-assisted thoracostomy and thoracentesis. This product allows for a variety of chest drain insertion techniques to be performed including ultrasound-guided techniques

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.

Laerdal SonoSim Solution

Laerdal and SonoSim® proudly announce the integration of the SonoSim® Ultrasound Training Solution into the Laerdal patient simulator platform, starting with the SimMan family and SimMom. This means you can now include diagnostic ultrasound featuring real ultrasound cases with pathological findings into full-scale simulations.

SonoSim LiveScan

Bringing Ultrasound simulation to life

SonoMom System

Learn to Identify 1st Trimester Complications through Diasnostic Ultrasound

SonoSim - The Easiest Way to Learn Ultrasonography

The SonoSim® Ultrasound Training Solution is the most comprehensive yet easy-to-use ultrasound training solution available

Ultrasound Paracentesis Trainer

This ultrasound compatible trainer allows the user to perform diagnostic and/or therapeutic paracentesis.

Ultrasound Vascular Access Trainer

An echolucent and contoured slab with representation of the jugular vein for teaching needle insertion under ultrasound.

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An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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