Three different and common injection techniques; the intramuscular injection, the hypodermic injection, and administering an IV can be practiced with this single model. IV administration can be practiced in the both the median antebrachial vein and the opisthenar vein. This model features a form of silicone used in the skin and other main parts of the arm. The models resulting look, feel, and puncture sensation are like those of a real human body, creating more realistic teaching scenarios. Since all these different techniques can be practiced with a single model, it is no longer necessary to use several models for instruction, also reducing setup, cleanup and storage times. The model has movable a shoulder, elbow, and wrist, so students can practice on realistic body positions for each technique can be reproduced. The silicone skin can is resilient, and can withstand many punctures without leaving visible needle holes. - Blood draws can also be practiced with a vacuum blood collection tube or syringe. The median antebrachial vein is enclosed in silicone gel. This structure makes it possible to simulate the feeling that the vein has slipped away or been punctured when a needle is inserted. The mock blood vessels make visual examination and palpation of the blood vessels easier. The silicone rubber skin provides a better adhesive surface for tape than previous skins, making it possible to more easily fix the needle securely in place. - This is a great practical training model. For both hypodermic and intramuscular injections, the injection site can be ascertained and confirmed with the models realistic bone landmarks and framework. The model skins sensation provided when inserting a needle is like that provided by real human skin. Injected liquid can be discharged through a drainage tube. For IV Injections, the vein can be visually located and confirmed on the surface of skin. The blood vessel tube is covered with silicone gel making it feel more like real human skin. With special coating on the silicone skin, surgical tape can be attached to the skin. Injection sites and skin can be easily replaced. Kokens simulated blood has a similar color and viscosity like real human blood. The models blood circulation is easily simulated by manual operation, and simulated blood can be easily washed off with water.