SynDaver Anatomy Model

Item Number: 
Z-SSH-F-0010
An Education-Grade Synthetic Human Cadaver
SynDaver Labs
Synthetic Bodies & Human Tissue
Anatomy Models
Ideal alternative to human cadavers
SynDaver Anatomy Model
Synthetic human cadaver
Synthetic Anatomy Educational Tool
Synthetic human tissues

The SynDaver Anatomy Model is an education-grade synthetic human cadaver complete with all bones, joints, muscles, organs and tendons in normal human anatomy. Major nervous system and vascular components are also included. The SynDavers are the most realistic synthetic representation of human anatomy ever produced.

The SynDaver Anatomy Model is an ideal alternative to human cadavers in basic anatomy classes. The tissues are a better representation of live tissue than the dead tissue of a cadaver and unlike an actual cadaver, the SynDaver can last virtually forever with proper maintenance.

SynDaver Anatomy Model includes all of the major skeletal, muscular and cartilaginous structures present in typical human anatomy. This is a full sized, head-to-toe anatomical model.

SynDaver synthetic human tissues have been developed over the last two decades to mimic the physical properties of live tissue. Thanks to this technology, students can become familiar with the look and feel of a live human body without specialized facilities, risk of exposure to biohazards or compromising a live patient.

Included Services

One full year of upgrades to all body systems. Muscles, bones, organs and vasculature are all removable and replaceable to allow for servicing and upgrades.

Customization

This model may be customized with a variety of injuries and pathologies. For details please call and ask for technical sales.

Structural Features

Skeletal, muscular, fascial and cartilaginous structures of the skull, jaw, cervical spine, rib cage, chest, abdomen, upper and lower back, shoulders, upper arms, forearms, wrists, digits, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, pelvis, thighs, lower legs, feet and toes.

Anatomical Feature:

Every bone, muscle, tendon, fully articulating joints, functioning respiratory system, complete digestive and urinary tracts, visceral organs, reproductive organs, circulatory system and nervous system including the following specifics:

Nervous Components

  • Lateral Cord
  • Musculocutaneous
  • Medial Cord
  • Medial Brachial Cutaneous
  • Medial Antebrachial Cutaneous
  • Ulnar
  • Radial
  • Superficial Branch
  • Sciatic
  • Tibial
  • Genitofemoral
  • Iliohypogastric
  • Ilioinguinal
  • Lateral Femoral Cutaneous
  • Obturator
  • Femoral
  • Anterior Cutaneous Branches
  • Saphenous
  • Common, Deep, and Superficial Peroneal

Arterial Vasculature

  • Aortic arch
  • Descending thoracic aorta
  • Renal arteries
  • Abdominal aorta
  • Common carotid arteries
  • Subclavian arteries
  • Axillary arteries
  • Brachial arteries
  • Coronary arteries
  • Iliac arteries
  • Radial arteries
  • Ulnar arteries
  • Common femoral arteries
  • Popliteal arteries
  • Anterior tibial arteries
  • Fibular (peroneal) arteries
  • Posterior tibial arteries

Venous Vasculature

  • Jugular veins
  • Subclavian veins
  • Superior vena cava
  • Inferior vena cava
  • Renal veins
  • Common iliac veins
  • Internal iliac veins
  • External iliac veins
  • Cephalic veins
  • Basilic veins
  • Cephalic veins
  • Great saphenous veins
  • Popliteal veins
  • Femoral veins
  • Anterior tibial veins
  • Fibular (peroneal) veins
  • Posterior tibial veins

Skeletal / Muscular

  • 600+ Muscles
  • 200+ Composite Bones
  • Skeletal Fascia
  • Ligaments

Nervous System

  • Brain
  • Spinal Cord
  • Peripheral Nerves
  • Epidural Space

Cardiovascular System

  • Chambered Heart
  • Venous Vasculature
  • Coronary Arteries
  • Arterial Vasculature

Respiratory System

  • Lungs
  • Vocal Cords
  • Trachea
  • Complex Oral Cavity

Gastrointestinal System

  • Esophagus
  • Large / Small Intestines
  • Stomach
  • Rectum

Urinary System

  • Kidneys
  • Ureters
  • Blatter
  • Urethra

Reproductive System

  • Prostate
  • Uterus
  • Penis
  • Vagina
  • Testes

Other Abdominal Organs

  • Mesentery
  • Omentum
  • Liver
  • Pancreas
  • Gall Bladder
  • Spleen
  • Appendix
  • Biliary System

Imaging Compatibility

  • X-Ray
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • CAT Scan
  • Ultrasound Imaging

Specifications

Construction Materials: Thermoplastic bones with integral fascia sheath. Muscular tissues are either organosilicate composite or simplified versions of our SynTissue brand synthetic human skeletal muscle, tendon, fibrous fascia, and bone.

Options: This model may be customized with pathologies or custom colors. For details please call and ask for technical sales.

Age / Sex: Adult female.

Length / Mass: 165cm x 45kg.

More Information

SynDaver Labs

SynDaver™ Labs manufactures the world’s most sophisticated synthetic human tissues and body parts. Our SynDaver™ Synthetic Human bleeds, breathes, and employs hundreds of replaceable muscles, bones, organs, and vessels which are made from materials that mimic the mechanical, thermal, and physicochemical properties of live tissue. This validated technology is used to replace live animals, cadavers, and human patients in medical device studies, clinical training, and surgical simulation. Visit SynDaver Labs to learn more.

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SynDaver Synthetic Humans and body parts are designed for advanced surgical simulation and poly-trauma team training. Individual tissues have been validated over the last two decades to accurately mimic the mechanical, dielectric and physicochemical properties of the relevant living tissue. The resulting tissues respond to all known imaging techniques and medical devices just as live tissue does

Customization

A variety of pathologies and injuries are available - based on patient images, CAD drawings or simple descriptions. Client may also select gender and skin tone.

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