Life/form Imaging Fracture Simulator

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Designed as a useful aid for radiology students and educators, this fascinating trainer allows for enhanced hands-on training of radiographic pathology identification using a tool that will encourage students to utilize their critical thinking skills. Students will be excited to image a body part that will challenge their ability to create optimal images of a bone that demonstrates pathology common to the upper extremity. This life-like upper extremity is uniquely designed to permit the user access to the fracture site in which various fracture types can be easily interchanged. Student can quickly visualize the difference between a spiral fracture and a splinter fracture within minutes of taking the radiographic exposures. The simulator is designed to allow students the capability of rotating the arm easily to place the humerus in routine and special projections common to imaging with protocols.

With the Life/form Imaging Fracture Simulator, students effectively practice positioning skills, technical skills, and vital critical thinking skills as they produce radiographic images that will make learning anatomy, pathology, and image production exciting and educational. Exposure techniques for the simulator are in line with techniques typical to an adult humerus. Students will be able to visualize, create, and reduce bone (anterior/posterior) displacement. Imaging concepts will become easy to understand as students can see how changing the position and/or projection of the X-ray beam alters the perspective of the anatomy visualized.

Included with the simulator are two interchangeable fracture types (spiral and splinter). 5 Year warranty. Made in the USA.

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5-Year Warranty

What this warranty covers:

Nasco warrants that if this product proves to be defective in materials or workmanship within 60 months from the date on which the product was purchased, Nasco will, at Nasco’s discretion, repair or replace the product.

What this warranty does not cover:

This warranty does not cover defects or damages resulting from the use of the product in other than its normal and customary manner.

This warranty does not cover defects or damages from unauthorized design modifications, improper usage, improper storage, abuse, failure to follow maintenance procedures as outlined in the owner’s instruction manual, or other acts that are not the fault of Nasco, including damage caused by shipping.

This warranty does not cover cases, accessories, stains, cosmetic appearance, or normal replacement of disposable items.

This warranty does not cover transport costs and all risks of transport relating to the warranty of the product.


Only products manufactured at Nasco Plastics receive this warranty. All other products sold through Nasco, but manufactured elsewhere, are subject to the warranties supplied by the product manufacturer. These warranties may differ from the Nasco warranty.

If repairs are covered by this warranty, the purchaser will pay only the incidental expenses associated with the repair, including any shipping, handling, and related costs for sending the product to Nasco and for sending the product back to the purchaser. However, if the repairs are not covered by this limited warranty, the purchaser will be liable for all repair costs in addition to the costs of shipping and handling.

This warranty will be granted only when the original invoice or complete, legible sales receipt (indicating the date of purchase and product type) is presented together with the defective product.

This warranty will not apply if the serial number on the product has been altered, removed, or made illegible.

Nasco reserves the right (at its sole discretion) to replace spare parts of defective products or low-cost products with new or refurbished spare parts or products.

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