This phantom has been developed to provide simulated training in FAST (Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma) ; an ultrasound examination directed at identifying the presence of free intraperitoneal or pericardial fluid in the traumatic patients, which allows detecting the possible cause of shocks such as mass hemothorax, intraperitoneal hemorrhage or cardiac tamponade.
Production supervision: Junji Machi, MD, PhD
University of Hawaii at Manor and Kuakini Medical Center
FAST procedure: International hemorrhage at perihepatic, perisplenic, pelvis and pericardium area.
Sonography for acute patients: Internal hemorrhage at pericardial, bilateral chambers as well as intra-abdominal hemorrhage around the liver, the spleen and the urinary bladder. Pathologies including cholecystitis, an aortic aneurysm, a lesion on the colon.
- soft tissue and organs: Urethane base resin
- synthetic bones: Epoxy base resin
- size: approx. 61 x 30 x 30 cm,
- weight: approx. 31 kg
- 1 Ultrasound phantom "FAST/ER FAN" with carrying base
- 1 Tutorial Manual (DVD)