Written by: Anne Marie Fogarty, RGN
Veterinary Simulators & Trainers
Veterinary simulators are becoming increasingly popular as a way to rapidly train and educate new veterinary professionals. By providing a safe, reliable, and realistic environment to practice in, these products are revolutionising the education of animal healthcare professionals. With the ability to simulate a wide variety of medical scenarios, these tools allow students to gain experience in a risk-free setting. This means they can become better prepared to handle real-world scenarios upon graduation.
Trainers, Simulators, Models
Our trainers, simulators and models are ideal for training purposes, with state-of-the-art technology for real-life situations.
Veterinary simulators are groundbreaking tools that help veterinary medical professionals polish their skills and practice treatments in a safe and controlled environment. For example, the Bovine Injection Simulator trains students in cattle injecting, ear tagging, growth implant and IV, IM (into the muscle), and Subcutaneous (under the skin) administration. Take a look below!
Bovine, Equine, and Canine Ranges
Our bovine range includes Bovine Dystocia Simulators – teaching students about the management of dystocia and other aspects of veterinary obstetrics.
Bovine Theriogenology Model – highly detailed and anatomically accurate model representing the rear portion of a Hereford Cow.
Captive Bolt Gun Penetrating Training Model – help students practice captive-bolt stunning of farm livestock, a core part of abattoir and veterinary training.
Dystocia Calf Model – manage dystocia using this highly realistic calf model featuring a fully articulated steel skeleton.
Equine Simulators and training models are excellent tools to teach next-generation vets.
Our Equine Palpation Colic Simulator allows students to practice key skills such as palpating the uterus and performing an abdominocentesis. Equine Neck Venepuncture & Intramuscular Injection Trainer, limb models and the Theriogenology Model are more from the “smart” range of training models for vets.