Lumbar Puncture / Epidural Trainer


Safely Practice Lumbar Puncture and Spinal Epidural with Four Varieties of Life-like Tissues

The Lumbar Puncture/Epidural Trainer can be positioned in an upright sitting or a lateral decubitus position for epidural catheter insertion training- with normal, obese, geriatric and geriatric-obese  tissue variations that mirror actual patients.


Skill Development

  • Practice lumbar puncture (spinal tap)
  • Practice spinal and epidural injections
  • Use ultrasound


  • Fluid can be added to tissue
  • Durable tissue for multiple procedures
  • Position on its side (lateral decubitis positioning)or upright (sitting)

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