Barbie looks good. But when it comes to training physicians with new medical devices and procedures, how the medical demonstration model feels is more important.
Those hard plastic models we’ve all seen in physicians’ offices look interesting, but you can’t do anything with them. The model pictured above was developed to train clinicians on a non-invasive fat cell freezing procedure and provide hands-on experience of working dimpled, pliable, fibrous, uneven, lax and stiff fat, among others.
We specialize in materials development to model tissue that, short of a cadaver, precisely replicates the response of a human organ to a needle, ultrasound, scalpel, staple, or a myriad of other medical procedures.
Don’t get me wrong, Barbie’s great. And when she gets through medical school, we’ll be right there to help with her training.
I invite you to review our portfolio or to contact me directly to discuss how a medical demonstration model can help you and meet the new challenges of the training environment.