The Lifeform Intraosseous Infusion/Femoral Access Leg simulates an 8-year-old child and is mounted on a stand for use as an independent skills station.
Features for intraosseous infusion practice include:
Palpable landmarks including the patella, tibia, and tibial tuberosity
Replaceable bones and skin
A pressurised system to allow aspiration of fluid
For femoral access, features include:
Palpable arterial pulse
Realistic flashback from the pressurised venous system
Replaceable injection pad
An articulated leg enables accurate positioning
Included are a 15-gauge intraosseous infusion needle and hard carry case.