Geriatric Infusion

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    Effective January 1, 2018 VATA’s Chester includes our standard arm. If you would like the advanced arm please see model 2410


    2400 Chester Chest™ has been an industry standard since 1986 for the teaching of central line care. Chester Chest™ makes it possible to teach and practice the infusion, withdrawal, care, securement and dressings of multiple vascular access lines.

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    1354 Venipuncture Training Aid has four barely discernable blue veins in three different sizes – with a fourth vein more deeply placed in our proprietary Dermalike II™ semi-transparent flesh colored material. The veins are palpable across the surface of the soft tissue-like material – feels just like the real thing! This model permits clinicians to learn technique and gain initial confidence when accessing the larger veins before moving to the smaller more difficult to access veins. Model comes with a snap-on cover to protect the tissue pad when stored. 100% latex free. Cost effective, small and lightweight, a great model for staff to practice technique and gain confidence when doing vascular access.

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    Arin Apron™ – 0220 is a unisex model of the chest for pre or post-op patient self-care practicing with Central Venous Catheters (CVC’s). Arin Apron™ can be comfortably worn in an apron fashion by both males and females.

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    The Advanced Arm, which can be ordered to upgrade your existing Chester Chest, has a dual lumen 5Fr PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) exiting the basilic vein from the inner bicep area, which is currently the preferred placement.

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    The Bonnie Bone Marrow Biopsy Skills Trainer™ is a first-of-its-kind simulator, designed with clinician input to replicate, teach, and reinforce the skills needed to perform a posterior iliac crest bone marrow biopsy procedure. The trainer provides a realistic feel when puncturing the skin surface while entering the iliac crest bone and during the extraction of simulated bone marrow samples.

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    Tunneled Central Venous Catheter 9FR (CVC) replacement 15.5″ long with snap clamp and catheter protective sleeve. This product is nonsterile and not intended for human use.
    Sh. wt. 0.44 lbs.

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    Life/form™ Advanced IV Hand

    The ideal simulator for advanced IV training! Now, for the first time, Life/form® realism is available in an injectable hand simulator. The dorsal surface of the incredibly realistic hand includes injectable metacarpal, digital, and thumb veins. The soft, flexible fingers are molded separately with extreme attention to detail… right down to the fingerprints! Students have the opportunity to develop important manipulation skills provided by the flexion of the wrist. The skin rolls as you palpate the veins, and you’ll feel the characteristic “pop” when the vein is entered. The simulated veins and skin are completely replaceable, allowing you to keep your Advanced IV Hand working and looking like new. Under normal use, hundreds of injections may be performed before the veins or skin need to be replaced. Comes in storage box. Includes one pint simulated blood, 2 IV bags, butterfly set, 3 cc syringe, 12 cc syringe, and 22 gauge needle. Fluid supply stand not included. Five-year warranty.

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    Life/form™ Hemodialysis Practice Arm – Light

    In the tradition of Life/form® products, the Hemodialysis Practice Arm features the realistic appearance and performance necessary to provide ideal practice for trainees or patients. This valuable training aid is easy to set up and use to demonstrate preparing the patient’s arm for hemodialysis. An established fistula is accessible and the system can be pressurized with artificial blood so that there is an actual flashback when a needle is introduced. The artificial blood approximates the pale shades usually common in dialysis patients. Easily maintained, this simulator is designed with replaceable skin and vascular system. Complete with one pint Life/form® venous blood, one pint Life/form® arterial blood, two fluid supply bags, instruction booklet, and soft carry case. Five-year warranty.

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    Life/form™ Venatech IV Trainer

    This patented IV trainer is so economical each student can have their own for venipuncture practice – no more precious class time wasted waiting for their turn! This IV trainer is easily attached to a person’s arm so the student can practice venipuncture techniques on a live subject, including the proper positioning on an actual human arm, without the risks associated with puncturing living tissue. The Venatech IV trainer is ideal for practicing starting IVs in a moving ambulance. The trainer includes the three main veins used in phlebotomy – cephalic, basilic, and median cubital – all in correct anatomical position. An arterial vessel is present on the trainer for arterial blood gas simulation, and can also be used as a tool for showing how to correct the puncture through a vein into an artery. Besides performing actual IV practice, the trainer helps students learn essential patient communication skills and patient interaction. Five-year warranty. Trainer measures 6-3/4 in. x 3-1/4 in. x 1 in..

    The History of the Life/form® Venatech IV Trainer – Ellen Chiofalo, the inventor of the Life/form® Venatech IV Trainer, is a teacher at Keiser College in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where medical assisting and other allied health vocations are taught. Ellen created the Venatech IV Trainer to provide her students with a more efficient and effective way to learn IV therapy skills. She was so impressed with her students’ results that she patented her idea and looked for ways to make her trainer available to every student learning venipuncture skills. In addition to the diversity of the training device, the development of patient-interaction skills is the most noticeable benefit of using the Venatech IV trainer.

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    The New Standard Arm, which can be ordered to upgrade your existing Chester Chest, has a dual lumen 5Fr PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) exiting the basilic vein from the inner bicep area, which is currently the preferred placement.