Erler-Zimmer 30-Week Anatomical Fetal Skull Model (With Display Stand)
Fetal development is crucial for a wide range of medical personnel to understand, from doctors to midwives to GPs. The Erler-Zimmer 30-Week Anatomical Fetal Skull Model (With Display Stand) is a fantastic study and training tool with a highly realistic design that's difficult to distinguish from a real fetal skull. This unit is supplied with a stand for ease-of-display.
- 1 x Fetal Skull Model
- 1 x Attached Stand
Who Can Use This Anatomical Skull Model?
This anatomical model provides a detailed overview of the anatomical structure of a fetal skull at 30-weeks of development. This model is ideal for educational purposes, and can be used to train medical personnel or for patient education (such as for first-time mothers). Those who may benefit from using this handy study / training tool include:
- Doctors and Nurses
- General Practitioners
What Components Can I Identify On This Anatomical Model?
This realistic fetal skull model is designed for effective training and study purposes. Identifiable features of this model include:
- Sutures: which form along the bony plates and help fuse the fetal skull as the individual ages
- Fontanelles: which become bone over time
- Ossicles: smallest bones in the middle ear
Key Features and Benefits
- Life-like anatomical model of a fetal skull at 30-weeks development
- Suitable for education and training purposes
- Highly useful for studying midwives, doctors, nurses, anatomists, and physiologists
- Can be effective for patient education, especially for those experiencing their first pregnancy
- Impressive level of detail includes fontanelles, sutures, and ossicles
- Life-like bone material and skull structure for effective training purposes
- Designed to be indistinguishable from real fetal skull
- Supplied with an attached stand for ease-of-display
Unique Fetal Skull Reproduction
This Erler-Zimmer Fetal Skull Model is perhaps the only fetal skull in the world to offer users such a high level of realistic detail. The model is designed to be almost indistinguishable from a real fetal skull, enabling effective and realistic training and education. To enhance the realism, it has also been designed with a life-like bone material.
Alternative Fetal Skull Models
This particular model displays a fetal skull at 30 weeks. There are a range of alternative skull-models at different stages of development, and with various features. This includes:
- Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 27cm
- Weight: 0.4kg