KIP has been designed to provide realistic functions, while avoiding complications not essential to its use. Proper fluoroscopic needle placement techniques can be taught or practiced without fear of biological contamination hazards associated with fresh or frozen cadavers.
Fluoroscopically, the look and feel of the anatomical landmarks is important and can be demonstrated with the use of KIP. Needle placement for caudals, epidurals, selective nerve and root blocks, medial branch blocks, facet injections and sympathetic blocks can all be demonstrated.
Practice RF needle-placement along with disc needle-placement plus injection techniques for shoulder, hip and symphysis pubis, all in the convenience and safety of your own particular laboratory or teaching facility. There is now no need to deal with local, state, and federal regulations regarding biohazards associated with cadavers. You can keep KIP in the closet and take it out whenever needed.
- Always Available for Teaching/Training
- Always Available to Maintain Skills
- Checks Out Fluoroscopy System
- No Biohazards Which Are Associated With Cadavers