Large Heart Training Model

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Model Number: NH-36742

Brand: Niche Healthcare


These two models show the anatomy of human heart with ventricles, atriums, valves, veins, and the aorta in great anatomical detail. The front heart wall is removable to view the chambers and internal structures. Dissectible into 2 parts.

SKU: VS092409509 Category: Tag:


Categories         Anatomical Model

Subject               Medical Science

Material              Eco-friendly PVC

Application       School/Hospital/Laboratory

Packing               Carton Box

Certificate         CE

Feature               Detailed Anatomy Structures


Plastic body training models are used in various educational and professional settings to provide a hands-on, visual approach to learning about human anatomy and physiology. Here are the key purposes and benefits of using these models:

  1. Medical and Healthcare Education
  • Medical Students: To learn and understand human anatomy, including the structure and spatial relationships of organs, muscles, bones, and other body systems.
  • Nursing and Allied Health Students: For training in procedures, understanding anatomy, and developing clinical skills such as catheter insertion, injection techniques, and wound care.
  • Surgical Training: To practice surgical techniques and procedures in a risk-free environment.
  1. Professional Development
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME): For practicing healthcare professionals to refresh their knowledge or learn new techniques.
  • Specialist Training: For specific fields such as dental, orthopaedic, or cardiovascular surgery, providing detailed models of specific body parts.
  1. First Aid and Emergency Training
  • CPR and Basic Life Support: Manikins and models for practicing chest compressions, rescue breathing, and other life-saving techniques.
  • Trauma and Emergency Response: Training on how to handle injuries, fractures, and emergency medical interventions.
  1. Patient Education
  • Demonstration Tools: For doctors to explain medical conditions, surgical procedures, and treatment plans to patients, helping them understand their health better.
  1. Scientific Research and Development
  • Biomedical Research: For developing and testing new medical devices, surgical techniques, and treatment methods.
  • Product Testing: In the development and testing phases of medical equipment and prosthetics.
  1. Education and Outreach
  • High School and College Classes: For teaching basic and advanced anatomy and physiology courses.
  • Public Health Education: Used in community health programs to educate the public about health and body awareness.
  • Types of Plastic Body Training Models:
  • Full-body Manikins: Used for comprehensive training in procedures like CPR, full-body assessments, and emergency response drills.
  • Partial Models: Models of specific body parts such as the heart, brain, lungs, or joints for focused anatomical and physiological studies.
  • Skeletal Models: Detailed replicas of the human skeleton, useful for studying bone structures, joints, and movements.
  • Organ Models: Individual organs like the liver, kidney, or heart, often dissectible to show internal structures.
  • System Models: Representations of entire body systems, such as the circulatory system, digestive system, or nervous system, showing how different parts work together.

Benefits of Using Plastic Body Training Models:

  • Hands-on Learning: Provides tactile and visual learning experiences, enhancing understanding and retention of anatomical and physiological concepts.
  • Safety and Reusability: Allows repeated practice without risk to real patients, making them ideal for skill development.
  • Realistic Representation: Accurate and detailed models help in understanding complex structures and functions.
  • Accessibility: Can be used in classrooms, labs, and clinical settings, making anatomical education accessible to a wide range of learners.

In summary, plastic body training models are invaluable tools in medical education, professional training, patient education, research, and public health outreach, providing a practical and effective way to study and understand human anatomy and medical procedures.


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