Experience Central Line Training at its Best, with the Most Widely Used Ultrasound CVC Training Model
CentraLineMan® is an anatomically correct, clinically relevant Central Venous Catheterization training solution that now comes with time-tested, ultrasound compatible tissue variations so life-like you can feel the palpable differences.
CentraLineMan is the most widely used Central Venous Catheterization training solution in the market today. This flexible system offers unsurpassed value with clinically relevant anatomy, time-tested ultrasound compatible tissues, with market leading durability from needle sticks to full catheterizations; all with the ability to interchange the Articulating Head, Body Form Base, and Tissues with many of Simulab’s other procedural task trainers.
Investing in CentraLineMan and any of Simulab’s other products comes with the guarantee of receiving exceptional customer service, visibility, and support for product upgrades and the comfort of “no customer being left behind” as we keep pace with technological advancements.
Clinically Relevant Anatomy
CentraLineMan features clinically relevant landmarks and anatomy; learners can practice performing full venous catheterization using ultrasound-guided or blind/landmark insertion approaches at the subclavian, supraclavicular, and internal jugular vein sites. CentraLineMan includes also includes accurate internal and external landmarks that are palpable and or visible under ultrasound. These include:
Upper torso and neck
Sternal and clavicular heads of the sternocleidomastoid muscle
Lateral border of the first rib
Superior vena cava
Vascular Anatomy including the External Jugular, Subclavian, and Brachiocephalic Veins; Carotid and Subclavian and Brachiocephalic Veins; Carotid and Subclavian artery
Practice full central venous catheterization using ultrasound guided or blind/landmark insertion approaches at the subclavian, supraclavicular, and internal jugular access sites.
Practice placing the patient in the appropriate position per access site standards
Gain experience in identifying and selecting appropriate access site based on patient anatomical variations
Practice use of ultrasound for:
Developing psychomotor skills required for obtaining visualization during cannulation
Detecting anatomical variations
Visualizing arterial pulse and venous compression
Identifying the anatomical location of the target vessel
Visualizing needle cannulation of the target vessel in transverse view
Visualize threading of guidewire in longitudinal axis view
Visualizing catheter placement
Reducing the rate of mechanical complications due to anatomical variances such as pneumothorax or arterial puncture.
Improving first cannulation success and decreasing needle passes
Practice palpating external landmarks to identify vessel location
Practice identifying unsuccessful vessel access by fluid feedback representing arterial puncture