Urinary Catheterisaton

Advanced Catheterisation Trainer

Our Advanced Catheterisation Trainer facilitates the teaching of urethral and supra-pubic catheterisation, as well as how to demonstrate self-catheterisation to patients (when using the optional Self Catheterisation Stand). It has interchangeable accurate male and female anatomy, and both sets of genitalia are realistically soft and pliable. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life.

Advanced Female Catheterisation Trainer

The Advanced Female Catheterisation Trainer allows the trainee to learn urethral and supra-pubic catheterisation, as well as how to demonstrate self-catheterisation to patients (using the optional Self Catheterisation Stand). It has accurate female urethral anatomy that is realistically soft and compliant. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life.

Advanced Male Catheterisation Trainer

The Advanced Male Catheterisation Trainer allows the trainee to learn urethral and supra-pubic catheterisation, as well as how to demonstrate self-catheterisation to patients (using the optional Self Catheterisation Stand). It has accurate male urethral anatomy that is realistically soft and compliant. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life.

Basic Catheterisation Trainer Value Set

The Catheterisation Trainers allows the trainee to learn urinary catheterisation techniques. The feel of the catheter passing along the urethra into the bladder corresponds closely to real life

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