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Central Venous Cannulation Simulator Instruction Manual WARNING: Products may contain dry natural rubber. Life/form Products by Nasco

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Project Consultant The design and assembly of this simulator would not have been possible without the cooperation and expertise furnished to us by: • Forrest M. Gridley, M.A., P .A.-C. • Division of Urology, Department of Surgery • Physician Assistant Program • Emergency Medical Services Program • University of Wisconsin-Madison About the Simulator The Life/form® Central Venous Cannulation Simulator is anatomically and functionally correct; it is designed to instruct medical personnel in the practice of central venous cannulation. The simulator incorporates superficial anatomical detail and...

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4. 1. 1. Inspect the contents to be certain all necessary components are includ ed (see “List of Components”). 4. This tubing is the largest diameter tube supplied. Note that the end of this tube is knotted. This tube is placed into the simulator with the knotted end inside the muscle and bone insert and is the first tube positioned. 5. 2. 2. Using the baby powder, generously powder the “torso” portion of the simulator. Following this, powder the muscle and bone insert. 5. Next, position the internal jugular vein tubing (this tube is short and small in diameter) over the top of the...

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10. 7. 7. Making sure all tubes are prop erly positioned and held in place, “invert” the muscle and bone section and position this in the torso. Place the open end of the external jugular vein through the hole in the jaw of the torso piece. 10. Pull the ends of all three tubes through the “slit” in the skin. This is located on the simulator’s left shoulder. Be sure all tubing is still in the channels. 8. 8. Position the carotid pulse tubing into the external “groove” of the muscle-bone section. 9. 9. Apply the skin to the torso, beginning at the neck. At this point, feed the external...

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12. 12. Mix the blood solution according to the instructions on the bottle. Once mixed, pour contents into the enema bag, seal the top of the bag, and hang on an IV stand (not provided). The bottom of the enema bag should not be more than 12" to 14" above the simulator. 13. 13. The simulator is almost ready to use. All that remains is the “bleeding of the lines.” To do this, remove the skin from the right shoulder areas — enough to reveal the “knotted ends” of the subclavian and internal jugular. Insert the 22-gauge needle into the tubing of the subclavian, very close to the knot. When the...

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