Standard Adult Model XC-01T and XC-02T
XC-01T and XC-02T
Cardio Simulator (Standard Adult Model)
Standard Adult Model
The optimal model for education, research, and pre-operation training, available at a reasonable cost.
The interior of the heart is realistically reproduced based on actual CT scan data.
As an educational tool for surgical training, this hands-on model allows for physical verification of the heart’s inner structuring.
This 3D heart training model combines a soft material with a high degree of reproducibility to support the needs of medical field.
Since training does not require use of a wet lab, cost is reduced, and training can be carried out in any environment.
This heart model is made with soft material, and faithfully reproduces both the inner and exterior structure of the organ.
This dry lab model allows for surgical training, such as sutures and incisions using an actual scalpel.
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Standard Adult Model XC-01T (Red Model), Standard Adult Model XC-02T (Clear Model)
W 160 mm x H 170 mm x D 140 mm
External Structure of Heart
External Right Atrium, External Right Ventricle, External Left Atrium, External Left Ventricle, Aorta (Arch of the Aorta), Superior Vena Cava, Inferior Vena Cava Pulmonary Artery (Right and Left), Pulmonary Vein (Right superior, Right inferior, Left superior, Left inferior), External Left Auricle, Coronary Sinus Vein (Lumen)
Internal Structure of Heart
Internal Right Atrium (Fossa ovalis, Tricuspid Valve), Internal Right Ventricle (Tricuspid Valve, Pulmonary valve, Papillary muscle), Internal Left Atrium (Bicuspid Valve, Internal left auricle), Internal Left Ventricle (Aortic Valve, Bicuspid Valve)
Created using data from a standard adult male. We can also provide support for specific alterations suitable for certain diseases, changing the material or parts on the basic model. We can make single unit orders (made to order)
For dry lab use (as opposed to the wet lab), for training new doctors