Practi-Haloperidol for clinical training. The Practi-Haloperidol vial is a 1 mL glass tint vial filled with 1 mL of distilled water.
Properly labeled dosage of 5 mg/mL, this teaching aid perfectly simulates light-sensitive drug haloperidol (Haldol), an antipsychotic medication that decreases excitement in the brain and is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia, to control motor (movement) and verbal (Tourette's syndrome) tics, mania in bipolar disorder, amongst other conditions.
A must have medical simulation aid for EMT, EMS, Pharmacy and Nursing skills training.
Simulate either single or multiple dosage light-sensitive vials and provide your students with many opportunities to practice with small caliber syringes. Once your students master the skills of small vial handling, all vial handling will "feel" easier.
Teach Your Students: Small vial handling dexterity techniques; Aseptic aspiration; Multiple small dose calculations; Fractional dosage measurement
Box of 40.
FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY. NOT FOR HUMAN OR ANIMAL USE. THIS IS NOT REAL MEDICATION.