Sakamoto “New TOMOKO” Nursing Training Manikin

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The New TOMOKO is designed based on the nursing education program which is possible to be used in various practical subjects.  Its good flexibility and soft texture when touch facilitate realistic nursing practice.  Trainees can acquire a wide range of skills which is essential in clinical practice.  Basic nursing assistant skills to patient’s daily living needs as well as care skills associated with catheter insertion can also be practice through the manikin.

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Height : 160cm

Weight : About 17kg

Material : Silicone

 

Refer below for the video

https://tecsen.com.my/category/videos/sakamoto-videos/new-tomoko-nursing-manikin

 

 

Sakamoto Tracheotomy Trainer

The Sakamoto Tracheotomy Trainer unit enable trainer to practice on various methods of tracheotomy. Training on both conventional and percutaneous tracheotomy and puncture/ incision into the cricothyroid ligament is possible with the trainer.

For conventional tracheotomy, different types of incision can be performed including longitudinal, transverse, crucial, U-shaped, and inverted U-shaped incision. Simulating a patient in a supine position with the neck extended, the SAKAMOTO Tracheotomy Trainer allows the user to determine the proper incision site while identifying arterial locations, and to observe intratracheal conditions from the head.

More than one times incision is possible by reuse the trachea. You can turn the trachea upside down or inside our and the skin by sliding it to either side or turning it upside down.

Identification of arterial locations to determine the proper incision site and observation of intratracheal conditions are possible with the trainer unit.

Weight : About 5kg
Case size : W51 x D42 x H20cm
Accessories : Trachea 3 pieces, Skin 3 sheets, Lubricant oil (Silicon oil) , Baby powder, Storage case

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refer below for the video

https://tecsen.com.my/category/videos/sakamoto-videos/tracheotomy-trainer-sakamoto-videos