Faced with the challenge of providing a means to demonstrate and train a variety of GI endoscopy procedures, The Chamberlain Group developed this highly successful solution. By placing the lumens of the stomach and duodenum, a section of colon, and an esophagus all into one platform and making easily reusable and replaceable tissue elements, we have brought the cumbersome GI anatomy into a portable and affordable format. The EMS Trainer has individual tissue elements that fit securely into the lumen walls without fasteners or other non-anatomical additions. These tissue elements simulate typical pathologies and allow for multiple procedure practice; clipping, biopsy, stenting, and snaring. Each tissue element may simply be popped out and replaced as needed.
The EMS Trainer may be configured with its clear shell for direct visualization or with its opaque, detailed, soft tissue pad in place for endoscopic visualization. The accurately dimensioned lumens are texturally detailed. A protective cover accommodates all trainer elements for storage.
- Esophageal Varix for Clipping (#2072)
- Esophageal Tissue Anomaly for Biopsy (#2073)
- Two Gastric Ulcers for Clipping; Superior (#2074), Inferior (#2075)
- Stomach Tissue Anomaly for Biopsy (#2076)
- Esophageal Stricture 12mm for Stenting (#2080)
- Pyloric Stricture for Stenting (#2078)
- Duodenal Stricture for Stenting (#2079)
- Colon Polyp for Snaring (#2069)
- Colon Post-Polypectomy Site for Clipping (#2070)
- Colon Perforation for Clipping (#2071 )
- Colonic Stricture for Stenting (#2077)
Shipping Case for EMS Trainer (#2218), EMS Esophageal Stricture 7mm (#2106), and EMS Colonic Stricture 3.0-3.5 mm ID (#2110) sold separately.