Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Torso


  • Comprehensive and advanced teaching simulator
  • Lessons for before, during and after the birth
  • Full size torso with removable stomach cover
  • Provides the complete birthing experience


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Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Torso

The Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Torso is a comprehensive teaching system, combining the best of the models and childbirth simulators to allow students to experience the complete birth procedure. The full female torso has a removable stomach cover and comes supplied with a fully articulating baby for lessons prior, during and after the birthing process. The model is ideal for practising Leopold manoeuvres or postpartum suturing on vulval inserts. A carrying bag is provided for ease of storage and transport.

Features of the Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Torso

  • Advanced teaching model for complete birthing experience
  • Ideal for practising Leopold manoeuvres
  • Suitable for postpartum suturing on vulval insert practice
  • Female upper and lower torso
  • Full sized model
  • Multiple placenta positions
  • Can measure head descent and cervical dilation
  • Baby is rotated in birth canal
  • Automatic system
  • Comes with instruction manual and scenario guide
  • Carrying bag for ease of storage

Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Torso Kit Contents

  • Full sized torso with removable stomach
  • Articulating birthing baby with umbilical cord and placenta
  • 2 x Umbilical cords
  • 2 x Dilating cervices
  • 2 x Umbilical clamps
  • 2 x Vulval insters
  • 1 x Omni controller
  • 3 x Vulva for postpartum suturing
  • Talcum powder
  • Silicone lubricant
  • NOELLE training guide
  • NOELLE training guide with scenarios
  • Carrying bag

Please contact the Medical Supplies Customer Care Team by telephone on +44 7985 753735 for enquiries pertaining to the Delivery of this product.

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