Half-cut Single Lung Training Model

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Model Number: NH-30868

Brand: Niche Healthcare 

Life-size, cutaway lung model shows bronchus, arteries, veins, lymph nodes, bronchial passage and trachea bifurcation.      

SKU: VS422589964 Category: Tag:


Categories         Anatomical Model

Subject               Medical Science

Material              Eco-friendly PVC

Application       School/Hospital/Laboratory


Pulmonary Components

Anatomical Structures:

  • Alveoli: The tiny air sacs where gas exchange occurs.
  • Bronchi and Bronchioles: The airways that conduct air to the alveoli.
  • Pulmonary Arteries and Veins: Vessels that carry deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood back to the heart.
  • Pleura: The membrane surrounding the lungs.

Single-Component Focus:

You might be referring to a specific part of the pulmonary system. For example, focusing on alveoli would mean addressing the site of gas exchange.

Alternatively, a single-component approach might look at a specific function or pathology, such as pulmonary ventilation, gas exchange efficiency, or a particular lung disease like emphysema affecting alveolar function.

Specific Contexts for “Single Component”

Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs):

Tests such as spirometry focus on measuring the airflow and volume of the lungs, essentially evaluating a single component of lung function.

  • Example: Spirometry measures the volume of air exhaled forcefully after a deep breath, assessing airway obstruction.

Pulmonary Pathology:

Diseases can target specific components of the lungs. For example:

  • Emphysema: Affects alveoli, leading to impaired gas exchange.
  • Bronchitis: Involves inflammation of the bronchial tubes, affecting airflow.

Pulmonary Interventions:

Medications: Bronchodilators target the bronchi and bronchioles to improve airflow.

Oxygen Therapy: Focuses on improving the oxygenation of blood in patients with respiratory failure.

Examples of Single Component Focus:

Alveolar Gas Exchange:

Essential for oxygenating blood and removing carbon dioxide.

Pathologies like pulmonary fibrosis can impair this function by thickening the alveolar walls.

Airway Patency:

The openness of the airways, crucial for effective ventilation.

Conditions like asthma cause bronchoconstriction, affecting airflow.

Pulmonary Circulation:

The flow of blood through the pulmonary arteries and veins.

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a condition where blood clots block pulmonary vessels, affecting circulation.

Pulmonary Health Metrics:


Measures lung volumes and airflow, diagnosing conditions like asthma and COPD.

  • Key metrics: Forced Vital Capacity (FVC), Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 second (FEV1).

Blood Gas Analysis:

Evaluates the levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood.

  • Key metrics: Partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2), partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2).


Understanding and focusing on a single component of the pulmonary system can be crucial for diagnosing, treating, and managing various lung conditions. Whether it’s evaluating alveolar function, airway patency, or pulmonary circulation, a targeted approach can provide detailed insights and improve patient outcomes. If you have a specific component or aspect in mind, providing more details could allow for a more precise discussion.


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