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VTT RBC TYPE

VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE
VTT RBC TYPE

The VTT-RBC Type model visualizes how tissue reacts to electrosurgical devices. This model will turn white when exposed to temperatures above 140° F (60° C), which allows for more realistic training with electrocautery tools or ultrasonic coagulation devices. The VTT-RBC Type will remain white once it’s been exposed to high temperatures, so you should be able to monitor the degree of thermal diffusion after your training session.

 

There are two colored lymph nodes and vessels embedded in the VTT-RBC Type model. This makes the model ideal for laparoscopic surgical procedures or for evaluating the performance of surgical robots. The arrangement of each lymph node/vessel set is slightly different, so you can evaluate the distance and layout of each section as you work.

 

 

Caution:

  • Please remove this product completely from its vacuum package before use and wipe it down with a paper towel to remove excess moisture.
  • Once opened, please store any excess product in a refrigerated area. Be sure to use it within three days after opening.
  • Please throw this product away with other organic or burnable trash.
  • Please use this product (if unopened) within six months of initial purchase.
  • Please do not store this product in temperatures that are below freezing or above boiling.

 

 

About VTT (Versatile Training Tissue)

VTT is an innovative synthetic tissue that uses konjac potato powder as its key ingredient. VTT was developed to be used for various medical training scenarios. Due to the model’s elasticity, density, and ability to withstand heat, it can closely mimic real human tissue. While VTT is highly realistic, it’s also highly adaptable: we can change the density, elasticity, color, and shape of VTT to match our clients’ needs.

 

All VTT models can be used with regular scalpels or with energy devices. They are also viable for other medical procedures such as suturing, ultrasounds, injections, clamping, and tweezing

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