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Anatomic Models, Limb

Definition : Anatomic models designed to resemble a limb of a human body. These models consist of an accurate three-dimensional total or partial representation of an upper or lower limb, including a complete limb or only the appropriate components (e.g., veins, muscles, nails) needed for the intended purpose. Limb models are made of natural (e.g., bones, wood, metals) and/or synthetic (e.g., plastics, silicone rubber) materials or a combination of these. Limb anatomic models are used for demonstration and learning the different structures of a limb; they may be used in combination with other dedicated devices as components of training simulators for particular examination, therapeutic, surgical, or postmortem procedures.

Entry Terms : "Limb Models, Human Anatomy"

UMDC code : 34102

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AOSS Medical Supply

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Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. supplies medical carts, CPR manikins, medical education manikins and equipment for emergency, anesthesia, hospitals, EMS, and education.

Denoyer Geppert International USA

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Holt Anatomical

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Tartan Group has supplied rehab, physical therapy & chiropractic professionals with proven, professional-grade products. Our mission is to offer our customers top quality products at the best prices with fast, courteous service.

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