Developed in collaboration with Dr Francis Juthier, Center of Simulation PRESAGE, Faculty of medicine Henri Warembourg, University of Lille Droit et Santé.
The ECMOTRAINER by CREAPLAST is a simulation model designed for the practice of the gestures required for the setting of an extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation.
The model represents the neck, the torso and the thigh of an adult male patient. It’s a top cover in rigid plastic, whose anatomical shape brings volume and sturdiness to the product. It protects the internal “vascular” system, and can be dismantled from the base by unlocking 4 little hinges, to access to this system.
The ECMOTRAINER can be used for an ECMO in femoro-jugular or in femoro-femoral. These two zones are covered by elements in echogenic silicone, whose texture and flexibility imitate flesh and soft tissues. These mobile echogenic covers, set on the cervical and the inguinal parts, are consumable.
Inside the model, the femoral vein and the femoral artery are simulated by some pipes. The usual anatomical points of reference are present: clavicle and sternocleidomastoid muscle for a femoro-jugular ECMO / Antero-superior iliac spine, inguinal ligament for the femoral ECMO.
The jugular and femoral pipes, destined to be pierced, are consumable elements.
The water tank and the pump that simulate the flow through these pipes, are located in the torso, and can be reached by opening a bonnet held by hinges. The pump is power-supplied by a battery which can be connected to any 220V socket.
It is recommended to use water to simulate the vascular flow, mainly for simple reasons: water is cheap, easy to supply and easy mop up if needed. The density of water will notably ensure an optimal functioning of the pump.
In France, this reference is distributed to health professionals exclusively by Medicalem.
In the UK, this reference is distributed to health professionals exclusively by AnatomyStuff
In Czech Republic and in Slovakia, this reference is distributed to health professionals exclusively by Helago cz
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