The model’s injection sites correspond to the measurement methods of von Hochstetter and Clark, and it is designed to simulate the actual sensation of the human skeletal structure required to determine the correct injection site.
- Inserting the injection needle into an area other than the correct injection site causes thealarm to sound.
- Users can practice a range of injection procedures, including needle puncture and infusion of simulated injection fluid (water).
- The model closely simulates the human body so that users can practice locating and maintaining the correct injection site and performing injections at various angles under realistic conditions.
- The model features a stand so that injections with the patient in a lateral recumbent position can also be practiced.
- The injection site components and epidermis are easy to replace.
Name of Each Part
① Front panel
② Switch panel
③ Battery Box
④ Drainage connector (Left)
⑤ Drainage connector (Right)
⑥ Drainage tube (Left)
⑦ Drainage tube (Right)
⑧ Alarm speaker
⑨ Injection site (Left)
⑩ Injection site (Right)
⑪ Alarm sensor site (Left)
⑫ Alarm sensor site (Right)
To locate von Hochstetter’s injection site, place the center of the left palm on the greater trochanter and the tip of the index finger on the anterosuperior iliac spine. Spread the index and middle fingers as widely as possible. The central point between the index and middle fingers and the iliac crest isvon Hochstetter’s site (Point A).