Vascular Access Training Phantoms

Model 072 Series
DEVELOP SKILLS FOR ULTRASOUND GUIDED INJECTION AND VENIPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES IN A NON-STRESSFUL ENVIRONMENT

The CIRS Vascular Access Training Phantoms are designed to provide a realistic training medium for needle insertion. The phantoms are made from a durable elastomeric compound mimicking the tactile feel and puncture resistance of soft tissue. This material has realistic acoustic properties allowing imaging of the simulated vessels under ultrasound. The vessels can be accessed from top and bottom surfaces and can be easily replenished using a syringe.

CIRS offers three Vascular Access models with varied feature sets to best serve your needs. For assistance in choosing between models, refer to the comparison chart on page 2 of the data sheet. The phantoms require no special handling and will not dry out. The phantoms also include start up accessories.

“Dynamic and static US guidance during central venous catheter insertion was associated with improved in-hospital first cannulation rates and overall success rates of insertions by junior residents.”

— Dodge, Kelly L., et al. “Use of Ultrasound Guidance Improves Central Venous…” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

Features:
  • Teach ultrasound scan techniques
  • Demonstrate and practice various insertion techniques
  • Experiment with new procedures and evaluate new devices
  • Teach vein recognition through palpation

Data Sheet

Vascular Access Training Phantoms: Data Sheet

Videos

References

Publication References

Dodge, Kelly, Catherine Lynch, Christopher Moore, Brian Biroscak, and Leigh Evans. “Use of Ultrasound Guidance Improves Central Venous Catheter Insertion Success Rates among Junior Residents.” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 31.10 (2012): 1519-526.