These unique Life/form® simulators combine visual and tactile learning sensations of catheterisation in one compact unit. The mid-sagittal dissections allow detailed study of the internal anatomy and provide students an opportunity to follow what happens when they catheterise a patient. Also the removable plastic cover identifies key anatomical structures.
With practice on Cath-Ed 1 Male Simulator, detect and identify normal restrictions at the bulbous urethra and bladder sphincter. Please note: This simulator does not have a functional bladder.
The Cath-Ed 2 Female Simulator provides practice in female catheterisation. The vulva has been moulded intact to facilitate identifying the urethra and proper spreading of the labia. A functional bladder allows simulated urine to flow when the catheter is inserted properly. A Foley catheter can be demonstrated and seen through the viewing port.