Vascular Arm Sleeve

Vascular access procedures, including IV insertion and catheterization, are among the most commonly performed and important procedures. Despite the frequency of performance, these are technically difficult procedures that many experienced caregivers have difficulty with. This invention is a vascular training sleeve that mimics arm vasculature and can be worn over a live subject. Because the device can be integrated with an actual subject, it allows for realistic training and skill development for doctors and nurses while practicing essential skills. Functional prototype has been created and tested. Ryan Nowicki 216-445-4504

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