Products of interest being featured at ASA 2006 include KIP (Kohrman Injection Phantom) for needle placement training and skill maintenance. KIP simulates the human for tissue and bone density. When it is under the fluoroscope, KIP’s images look like a healthy person. KIP replaces cadavers and there are no biohazards associated with its use. KIP is excellent for use in educational settings, as it can be used repeatedly without degradation.
Technology | August 28, 2006