Laerdal IV Torso



 

The Laerdal IV Torso allows practicing of intravenous access techniques for both advanced cardiac life support and trauma, delivered by organizations around the world.The IV Torso has been specifically designed to meet the key educational goals of training programs.

Product benefits:

 

  • Enables students to experience realistic procedures
  • Areas for IV access are simulated by soft pads.These are covered by a realistic skin, which simulates the feel of human skin as closely as possible
  • The simulated veins inside the pads provide a natural resistance during puncture and a natural flashback of blood
  • When the needle is withdrawn, both veins and skin will self seal so that the site of puncture is not visible to the next student
  • No setup for instructors as pads are pre-filled with simulated blood
  • The Laerdal IV Torso comes with a carry case for easy transportation and storage

Product features:

 

  • The Laerdal IV Torso enables the practice of IV access to the:
    • External jugular vein
    • Internal jugular vein via the anterior, central and posterior approach
    • Subclavian vein
    • Femoral vein
  • A pulse bulb enables the instructor to create a palpable pulse in the manikin’s arteries
  • Long catheters can be placed into the training model
  • Realistic tissue simulation
  • Both Neck Pad and Femoral Pad are replaceable
  • Pads can be replaced without use of any tools


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