PROMPT Flex - Cervical Dilatation & Effacement Module



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This versatile module is an optional add-on to the PROMPT Flex Standard (80100) or Advanced birthing simulator (80106)

It allows for training in assessment of both the latent and active first stages of labour.


Skills Gained:

Assessment and Bishop’s scoring of:

  • Cervical dilation (1-10cm)
  • Cervical effacement (0-100%)
  • Cervical ripeness/consistency (soft, medium, hard)
  • Cervical position (anterior, mid, posterior)
  • Foetal station (-3 to +3)
  • Assessment of and artificial rupture of membranes
  • Assessment of presenting part - flexed, deflexed, brow, face, breech, caput and moulding and caput formation


Product Anatomy:

Realistic representation of cervixes, including anterior lip, and presenting parts in soft birth canal, with palpable ischial spines


Product Qualities:

realism
  • Positioning mechanism allows adjustment of station, dilation and tilt without removal from the simulator
features
  • Inserts to represent early labor cervixes effacement, dilatation and ripeness in line with Bishop’s scoring
  • Numerous presenting part inserts including flexed, deflexed, brow, face, breech, caput and molding
versatility
  • Dynamic positioning mechanism allows adjustment of dilation in active labor
  • Markers allow tutor to read positioning in situ
  • Presenting parts and cervix can be set up outside the model for demonstration, then placed inside for examination
safety
  • Latex free


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