Replacement Insert for Gen II Transparent Central Line Ultrasound Training Model
£2,754.00 inc. VAT
£2,754.00 inc. VAT
Blue Phantom transparent central line training model replacement tissue insert is intended for use with our 2nd Generation central line training model (BPH660 series).
This tissue insert is compatible with both Hand Pump (Part Number BPH660-HP) and Automated Pump (Part Number BPH660-AP) configurations. The internal anatomy images with ultrasound as well as being visible with the naked eye.
Engineered using the latest LifeCast™ modelling approach, the external landmarks were cast from a live human while the internal anatomy is based on digital human files, resulting in the most realistic central line training model available anywhere.
This ultra-durable transparent replacement tissue module is constructed using Blue Phantom patented SimulexUS™ tissue technology. Matching the acoustic characteristics of human tissue and designed for repeated use, this central line replacement tissue offers users superb realism at a low cost of ownership.
Internal anatomy can be seen through the transparent tissue as well as with an ultrasound system.
This ultrasound simulator provides clinicians with various access points including internal jugular (IJ), subclavian, infraclavicular and supraclavicular approaches as well as access via the axillary vein. The ultrasound central line replacement transparent skin contains vascular anatomy including the internal jugular vein (IJ), brachiocephalic vein, subclavian vein, axillary vein, carotid artery, subclavian artery and axillary artery.
The superior vena cava, right atrium and right ventricle offer users the ability to thread guidewires and catheters. This clear ultrasound replacement tissue also includes internal landmarks such as the trachea, suprasternal notch, manubrium and clavicle which is also visible through the tissue with the naked eye. Clinicians can utilize ultrasound guidance for central line placement or use traditional external landmarks for blind central venous access technique.
Users can visualise the pulsatility of the arteries via ultrasound for positive identification of the targeted vessel. Positive fluid flow in the vessels provides clinicians with immediate feedback when the vessels are successfully accessed. The veins are also compressible using mild pressure while the arteries remain uncompressed. Venous and arterial fluid removed from the training model during central line training can be easily refilled by using the provided QuickFill™ ports or an I.V. bag to continually refill the vessels.