for your Hospital or Veterinary Practice
1. The ideal training tool for your veterinary team to acquire and develop their endoscopic skills in house.
2. Authentic animal model organs, 100% realistic result.
3. Unlimited duration. They do not require special storage conditions.
4. Can be examined without the need for gloves or other preventive measures.
in veterinary centres
The plastinated digestive system preserves both its external morphology and the anatomy of the lumen and the topography between the different portions of the gastrointestinal tract.
Access to the different parts of the digestive system.
Distensible and flexible stomach.
Ideal for performing biopsies, retroflexion maneuvers, extracting foreign bodies and estimating insertion depth.
The respiratory system is kept in distention.
The lung parenchyma is flexible and allows collapse.
The external morphology allows the different lung lobes to be identified.
The bronchial tree is completely free and preserves the anatomy of the lumen and the topography between the different lobar bronchi.
It allows exploration of up to 4th-5th generation of bronchi and allows simulating, in addition to bronchoscopy, extraction of foreign bodies, bronchial-alveolar lavage, placement of a tracheal stent, selective bronchial intubations, etc.
in endoscopic training
It is a technique by which the tissue’s own fluids and part of the fat are replaced by a polymer. This technique allows to prepare real organs of unlimited duration in time, manipulable in any situation and environment.
Endoscopic techniques can be practiced with 100% real organs.
The veterinary centre can have an organ library for unlimited training.
Wide variety of organs and systems.
Allows clean training. No special storage conditions are required.
Organs that can be manipulated in any situation and environment (no need for gloves).
Digestive tracts to simulate esophagogastroduodenoscopies, extraction of foreign bodies, etc.
Dog esophagus-stomach-small intestine-large intestine, liver, lungs and airway to simulate esophagogastroduodenoscopy and colonoscopy, as well as airway examinations.
Memory of cardiopulmonary topographic anatomy. Examination of the airway from the tracheal lumen to the 4th-5th generation of bronchi.
Simulation of bronchoscopy, extraction of foreign bodies, bronchoalveolar lavage, placement of a tracheal stent, selective bronchial intubations..