Pediatric Anthropomorphic Training PhantomsModel 715 Series
SPoRTTM - The World’s First Sectional Pediatric Radiography Trainer
An ideal addition to any imaging department or Radiologic Technology training program, the CIRS Model 715 Series can assist in the monitoring, training and improvement of parameters and protocols common to most pediatric imaging procedures.
SPoRT™ is designed to aid teaching and improvement of patient positioning, collimation and anatomical comprehension and it’s wide range of features facilitate effective instruction of safe, high quality, pediatric imaging.
The phantom represents a typical 5-year old in both size and structure, making it portable and easy to position. The full body with head, arms and legs measures 110 cm (43 inches) tall and weighs 20 kg (44 lbs).
Components are made from propriety urethane and epoxy materials that mimic X-ray attenuation properties of human tissues for both diagnostic and therapy energy ranges (50keV-25MeV). The materials are durable, impact resistant and suitable for continuous handling.
SPoRT™ can be used in Film Radiography, CR, DR and Computed Tomography.
The Model 715 series consists of six sectional phantoms available separately or as a complete set. Complete set includes head, trunk, right and left arms with natural and oblique hand positions and right and left legs with natural and plantar flexion foot positions.
A New Pediatric Standard for Anatomical Comprehension, Instruction and Training
Detailed Anatomical Structures and Unique Features:
Deciduous and descending teeth with distinct dentine and enamel
Fully open sinus cavities
Anthropomorphic lung structure and vasculature
Bones contain cortical/trabecular distinction, growth plates and ossifications typical to a 5-year old
Certain bones of the spine and pelvis are atypical to a healthy 5-year old. The bones are modeled from human samples that include various anomalies
Specific pathologies can be custom manufactured if required
Pediatric phantoms are translucent to enable visualization of anatomy however opaque models are available