ART Mat for Catheterisation
Enhance your existing Catheterisation Trainer learning experience with the latest Augmented Reality Training (ART).
ART Mats are the newest product from Limbs & Things, bringing your Male & Female Catheterisation Trainers to life with the latest AR technology.
Which Catheterisation Trainers work with the new ART Mats?
- Male Catheterisation Trainer Light Skin Tone/60850
- Male Catheterisation Trainer Dark Skin Tone/60870
- Female Catheterisation Trainer Light Skin Tone/60851
- Female Catheterisation Trainer Dark Skin Tone/60869
- Standard Catheterisation Set Light Skin Tone/60853, and Dark Skin Tone/60871
- Advanced Catheterisation Trainer Set Light Skin Tone/60854, and Dark skin Tone 60872
In addition to the hands-on training made accessible with the Limbs & Things simulation models, the ART Mats let students get under the skin for a deeper understanding of the patient’s anatomy.
Featuring realistic 3D models created from actual MRI and CT datasets, medical artists worked in collaboration with digital experts to create the app’s anatomical and skeletal overlays.
What is augmented reality?
Augments Reality (AR) is the combination of computer generated imagery superimposed on real world environments to create an interactive view.
How are Limbs & Things using AR technology to improve medical training?
At Limbs & Things we understand that great medical training gives students a deeper understanding of procedures and the human body.
As such, we’ve combined real world MRI and CT scan data, with the skills of talented medical artists and digital creators, to bring the internal anatomy of our trainers to life.
Within the app’s digital environment, you can move around your task trainer and view various overlays, including: the musculature, organs and vessels, and skeletal structure. The interface allows you to move seamlessly between the layers, as well as view their cross sections.
Students are also able to view digital procedures in the AR environment to see how the procedure is done, and its impact on the patient’s anatomy.
How does the 3D interactive space work?
Even without access to the trainer and mat, students will be able to explore the related anatomy within the app’s interactive space.
The 3D modelling gives you the same, anatomically accurate, rendering, that can be manipulated on screen to reveal the layers of the trainer, and demonstrate procedures with step by step labelling.
*Note: This product does not come with a tablet.