Standard Breast Examination Trainer



Procedure: Breast Examination

Our Breast Examination Trainer provides a highly realistic learning platform for acquiring the skills required to perform Clinical Breast Examination (CBE).

Featuring 6 readily interchangeable and multi-positional pathologies, providing healthcare professionals with the tools to identify various complications and pathologies, including carcinomas, cysts, fibrocystic disease and fibroadenoma. 

Both Simulated Patient and benchtop training can be used for any undergraduate programs running OSCEs or healthcare professionals promoting best practice techniques to trainees and patients.


This product was developed in close collaboration with leading clinicians:
• Mr Peter Donnelly, Torbay Hospital, UK
• Clinical Skills Resources Centre, University of Liverpool, UK
• Clinical Practice Centre, St James’s University Hospital, Leeds, UK

 


Skills Gained:

• Clinical breast examination (CBE)
• Self breast examination (SBE)
• Identification of anatomical landmarks
• Identification of lymph nodes (axillary, supra & infraclavicular)
• Location and diagnosis of pathologies
• Professional-to-patient communication


Product Anatomy:

  • Realistic soft tissue breast anatomy
  • Pathologies supplied: carcinomas: 2cm, 3cm, 5cm, cyst, fibrocystic disease, fibroadenoma

 

Product Qualities:

realism
  • Soft tissue breasts look and feel realistic
  • Clavicular and axilla pads for accurate lymph node placement
features
  • Can be used with a Standardized Patient
  • Pathologies can be placed in various predetermined location points and are easily changeable
  • Dual purpose product: bench top and hybrid
  • Hard torso available for bench top use

 

Comparison

versatility
  • Pathologies can be placed in various predetermined location points and are easily changeable
  • Comfortable to wear for long periods of time during OSCEs and assessments
safety
  • Latex free
     
cleaning
  • Skin surface is washable using soap and water


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