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STIPULATION The following content is compiled by True Phantom Solutions Inc. It contains the description of the product, specifications, images and special instructions to be followed while handling the product. It is advised that this document holds copyrights between two parties and hence, should not be distributed or published without mutual consent. USER MANUAL Developed by True Phantom Solutions Inc. Adrian Wydra Date: 28/July/2021

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Synopsis of the product List of components Using the pump Special set of instructions 1.Synopsis of the product: Adult Full Human Body Phantom is an X-RAY CT and MRI compatible training simulator used by medical schools & teaching hospitals to train their students & medical professionals several educational applications as well as visual evaluation in finding out optimal scanning conditions. The Phantom consists of the following features: • • • • • • • Anatomically correct full body divided into 10 parts as explained below. Realistic body tissue mimicking material compatible with CT & MRI...

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2. List of components: 1) Adult Human Head for X-RAY CT and MRI training SKU: HD-A05 – 1 Unit • • • • • • • • • Anatomically correct realistic skull phantom Realistic brain phantom: Realistic brain tissue Gray matter (contrast x) White matter (contrast x’) Realistic air cavities within the phantom Cervical spine Alignment markings Frontal sinus with air gaps 2) Adult Human Torso for X-RAY CT and MRI training SKU:TO-C01 – 1 Unit Bones included: Complete Spine Complete Ribcage Shoulder (Clavicle & Scapula) Pelvis Thoracic organs included: Trachea Anatomically correct Heart Aorta from aorta...

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3) Adult Human Arms for X-RAY CT and MRI training SKU: AR-A01 – 2 Units • • • • • Arm (Humerus) Elbow joints Forearm (Radius, Ulna) Hand (wrist with fingers) Acoustically correct skinmimicking material surrounding the arm Right arm 4) Adult Human Legs for X-RAY CT and MRI training SKU: LG-A01 – 2 Units • • • • Thigh (Femur) Knee joints Leg (Tibia, Fibula) Foot (Finger bones) Acoustically correct skinmimicking material surrounding the

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Hip assembly kit (note that the plastic connectors attached with the phantom are slightly bigger than the one showed on the photo and have five holes instead of four) 3. Assembling the full body phantom: The individual parts of the full body phantom are meant to be connected together using the attached with the phantom assembly kit and plastic screws. Please do NOT overtighten the screws when you assemble the phantom. Step 1 Connect the left and right shoulders using the assembly kit as it is shown on the following image (note that the image shows only the right shoulder; the left one is...

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Step 2 Connect the upper and lower legs using the knee joints: Step 3 Connect the legs with the pelvis using the hip joints:

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Step 4 Connect the head using the neck connectors: The entirely assembled phantom should look as follow:

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The phantom is fabricated based on the anatomy of an actual human body and it can be scanned in supine, prone and fowler’s positions, more importantly, scanning can be performed from multi directions. • For ultrasound applications, this phantom can be scanned either with or without the ultrasonic gel • For MRI or X-Ray CT applications, the artificial heart can be filled with any common contrast agents. Storage and handling • The phantom is made of urethanebased material and it should be protected from a direct exposure of any strong UV light. • The experiments conducted on phantom can be...

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Cleaning • The phantom is water resistant and it can be cleaned after its use. It is ideal to clean it either with water or with soapy water. • The phantom is relatively resistant to chemicals but if stronger solvents are meant to be used with the phantom, we recommend doing a small test on the small part of the flat soft tissue. The chosen solvent can be applied on the small part of the phantom for a few hours. • If there is no visible effect on the surface of the phantom it is safe to assume that the phantom is resistant to the tested chemical and it is safe to use it for the rest of...

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