This simulator consists of a flexible skin on an arched base. The realistic condition and optical appearance of the skin creates natural training opportunities. The simulator has six locations for training of intradermal injections. If fluid is injected correctly, a typical skin wheal is formed. This wheal can be removed by simply aspirating the fluid back in the syringe. Each injection location can be used several times by the students. If the puncture sites are worn out, the skin can easily be replaced and the base can be used again.
Medical Education, Practical Skills Training