Intraosseous Infusion Simulator
The Intraosseous Infusion Simulator is a training aid designed to demonstrate and simulate the intraosseous infusion procedure on infants. It enables students to learn with incredible accuracy and realism, and to practice the procedure several times without replacing the bone structure.
Reusable and replaceable bones
The bones have been designed with four sides, each side being able to be punctured several times.
Both legs feature palpable and anatomically correct landmarks, including patella, tibia, and tibial tuberosity. In addition, both legs allow aspiration.