Standardized Simulator of Lumbar Puncture Training
  • Standardized Simulator of Lumbar Puncture Training

Standardized Simulator of Lumbar Puncture Training


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1. Simulate a standardized patient in a lateral lying position, with the back perpendicular to the bed surface, the head bent towards the chest, both knees bent towards the abdomen, and the trunk arched.
2. The lumbar structure is accurate and the body surface is obvious: there are complete 1-5 lumbar vertebrae (vertebral body, vertebral arch plate, spinous process), sacrum, sacral hiatus, sacral angle, supraspinal ligament, interspinal ligament, ligamentum flavum, dura mater, and omentum, as well as the subarachnoid space, epidural space, and sacral canal formed by the above tissues; The posterior superior iliac spine, iliac crest, thoracic spinous process, and lumbar spinous process can be truly palpable.
3. Various feasible operations include lumbar anesthesia, lumbar puncture, epidural block, caudal nerve block, sacral nerve block, and lumbar sympathetic nerve block.
4. Real simulation of lumbar puncture: Press the button to automatically form negative pressure in the epidural space, and the tube can be observed to shrink in the negative pressure observation tube outside the model. When the puncture needle reaches the simulated ligamentum flavum, the resistance increases with toughness; Breaking through the yellow toughness has a clear sense of emptiness, that is, entering the epidural space, with negative pressure present and the air or physiological saline inside the syringe needle can be sucked into the cavity to indicate correct puncture (at this time, pushing the anesthetic solution is epidural anesthesia); Continuing to inject the needle will puncture the dura mater and the omentum, causing a second sense of emptiness, that is, entering the subarachnoid space, and simulating the outflow of cerebrospinal fluid, simulating the real scenario of clinical lumbar puncture throughout the entire process

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