Erler-Zimmer Painted 38-Week Fetal Skull Model
Anatomical training can be significantly enhanced with the Erler-Zimmer Painted 38-Week Fetal Skull Model. This realistic and life-sized model has been painted for easy identification of the main bones and areas of a fetal skull, and the key card supplied with this model can aid further identification of individual components. Those studying for midwifery, medical, or anatomical fields will find this detailed skull highly useful.
- 1 x Human Skull Model (38-Week Fetus)
- 1 x Informational Key Card
Who Can Use This Fetal Skull?
This educational skull model is ideal for enhancing the understanding of fetal anatomy for a range of people. It is also a great tool for patient education, and for helping pregnant people to understand the size and development of their fetus. Those who will find studying this 38-week fetal skull include:
- Doctors, Nurses, and Paramedics
What Can I See On This Educational Skull Model?
The separate skull bones of this model are clearly displayed, and realistically designed for effective study purposes. They skull is also painted to allow easy identification of individual elements of the skull, using the supplied key card as a guide. Examples of identifiable components of a fetal skull include:
- Sutures - which form alone the bony plates and help fuse the fetal skull as the individual ages
- Fontanelles - which become bone over time
- External auditory meatus - which is the bony canal of the ear canal pathway
Key Features and Benefits
- Anatomical model of a fetal skull at 38 weeks
- Suitable for education and training purposes
- Useful for those studying to become midwives, doctors, anatomists, and physiologists
- Didactic painting of the main bones makes identification of individual components easier
- Numbered model also aids easy identification of skull components
- Detailed representation featuring numerous structures for realistic study
- Designed with a realistic bone material that feels and looks like real bone
- Supplied with an informational key card that aids identification of individual components
Alternative Fetal Skull Models
This particular model displays a fetal skull at 38 weeks. There are a range of alternative skull-models at different stages of development, and with various features. This includes:
Educational Key Card Included
The Erler-Zimmer Fetal Skull is supplied with a removable key card, allowing easier study of the anatomy of a fetal skull. The key card can be used to help identify and understand the various components of the skull. Alternatively, this removable key card, in conjunction with the model, is also useful as a patient education tool in hospitals or GP's, in regards to any birth defects such as anencephaly, or when educating pregnant women to help alleviate concerns they may have about giving birth.
Realistic, Bone-Like Material
This skull model has been designed with a life-like material that feels like real bone for realistic training and education purposes.