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Knee Aspiration & Injection Trainer with Ultrasound Capabilities

Made in UK

  • The following key anatomical landmarks are realistic to palpate:
    • Skin
    • Subcutaneous fat, quadriceps tendon & patellar ligament
    • Prefemoral fat pad
    • Suprapatellar fat pad
    • Hoffa (Infrapatellar) fat pad
    • Femur
    • Medial & lateral collateral ligament
    • Tibia
    • Patella
    • Joint space & synovial recess
    • Meniscus 
    • Muscle mass of quadriceps 
  • Discrete muscle and skin layers provide realistic tissue and needle response
  • Anatomically accurate synovial sac and palpable patella
  • Realistic colour and consistency of synovial fluid
  • 1,000+ stabs per module with 21 gauge needle
  • Precise, palpable anatomy with bony landmarks
  • Robust, sealed knee unit that holds all anatomy
  • Key internal landmarks visible under ultrasound
  • Compatible with all standard ultrasound machines
  • Echolucent material allows aspiration and injection under ultrasound-guidance or using the palpation method
  • Suitable for Undergraduate and Postgraduate medical study
  • Knee skin is watertight
  • Skin washable using mild soap and water
  • Can be used with leg supports for supine position, or without leg supports for side of bed position
  • Caters for ultrasound-guided techniques as well as palpation
  • Separate Fluid Bag & Stand ensure the model is easy to use and mobile
  • Clear indicator on Fluid Bag to prevent overfilling 
  • Latex free


1 Ultrasound Knee Module for Aspiration & Injection
1 Fluid Bag and Stand
1 Synovial Fluid (including syringe)
1 Needle Set
1 Leg Unit, including Removable Supports
1 Carry Case for Knee
Joint and Soft Tissue Injection (5th Edition) By Dr Trevor Silver


Knee Aspiration & Injection Trainer with Ultrasound Capabilities

  • Injection into joint cavity
  • Aspiration of synovial fluid from both the lateral and medial aspects
  • Identification of anatomical landmarks using the palpation method or ultrasonic guidance
  • Patient positioning and management
  • Recognition of joint effusion
  • Ballottement
  • Competence using ultrasound technology to perform systematic scanning techniques and examination of the knee joint
  • Synovial Fluid