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  1. Description: The upper and lower leg extension model contains all the major arterial structures of the left leg from the hip to the level of the ankle. When connected to the extendable abdominal aorta model (Model # AABD02000C) or the AAA EVAR model (Model #AAAA01000C), complete arterial anatomy from the diaphragm to the ankles can be simulated. An SFA stenosis is incorporated in the model to allow stent placement. Detailed tibial arteries are included which can be catheterized. The model is ideal for demonstrating lower extremity arterial interventions.
    Procedures that this model can teach or practice: Superficial femoral artery stenting Catheter atherectomy Superficial femoral artery Tibial arteries Balloon angioplasty (low-pressure) Lower extremity angiography Compatibility: Extendable Abdominal Aorta Model (# AABD02000C) Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm EVAR Model (# AAAA01000C) For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Upper and Lower Leg Extension Model (#AALE01000C)
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    Flexible SVC Extension Model

    Description: The flexible SVC and heart advanced IVC filter retrieval model is a large single piece model made of flexible material that accurately simulates the compliance of a vein. The softer material allows the passage of rigid instruments, such as metal biopsy forceps or rigid TIPS access cannulas. As these instruments are passed through the model, the walls deform to accommodate the instruments as they would in real life. This large single piece replaces the top three pieces of the standard IVC filter model.
    Procedures that this model can teach or practice: Advanced IVC filter retrieval Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt creation (TIPS) Transjugular liver biopsy Myocardial biopsy Compatibility: Gonadal vein embolization model (# VGON01000C) Iliac vein stenosis extension model (# VICV01E2S) Femoral vein extension model (# VFEM01000C) Required models: This model should be used with the IVC filter deployment/ retrieval model (# VIVC01000M) For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Flexible SVC Extension Model (#VSVC01000F)
  3. Description: The abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) model contains a large fusiform abdominal aortic aneurysm for placement of aortic stent grafts (EVAR). The aneurysm measures 59 mm in diameter at its widest point. 26 French common femoral artery access points are present bilaterally to facilitate introduction of large devices. A strategically positioned magnetic connector in the middle of the aneurysm body allows the model to be disassembled for easy removal of deployed stent-grafts.
    Procedures that this model can teach or practice: Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) Compatibility: Upper and Lower Leg Extension Model(# AALE01000C) Thoracic aorta model (planned) Thoracic aortic aneurysm model (planned) For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm EVAR Model (#AAAA01000C)
  4. Description: The original abdominal aorta model has detailed arterial anatomy generated from a real CT scan, so the exact vessel shapes, diameters, and angles are all real. Numerous detailed vessel branches are included for maximum realism and for practicing extremely fine catheterization. For example, the right, middle, and left hepatic arteries are included, which are only accessible after four levels of branching (Aorta -> Celiac artery -> Common hepatic artery -> Proper hepatic artery -> Right, middle, and left hepatic arteries). Vascular sheath attachment points are present at the right and left common femoral arteries, as they would be during a real procedure. This provides an unparalleled level of realism for training in an in vitro model. It is a revolutionary training tool for interventional radiologists, cardiologists, and vascular surgeons. It is commonly used at professional training sessions, trade shows and conventions, in-hospital training sessions, and at medical schools for teaching residents and fellows. Medical device companies use the model to demonstrate and teach the use of their micro catheter, wire, and embolization products to physicians. This model is not compatible with other embodi3D models at this time. The model assembles and disassembles in less than 20 seconds. It comes with its own durable and customized carrying case for safe and easy transport.
    Aneurysms for embolization: Splenic artery, proximal, 25 mm berry aneurysm, 10 mm neck Splenic artery, distal, 20 mm berry aneurysm, 7.5 mm neck Right renal, 10 mm berry aneurysm, 8 mm neck Left renal, inferior, 5 mm berry aneurysm, 3.5 mm neck Left iliac artery, fusiform aneurysm, 33 mm x 23 mm Arterial Stenoses: Left renal, accessory branch, stenosis, 2mm Arteries Included: Arteries Included: Abdominal aorta Common iliac arteries Internal and external iliac arteries Common femoral arteries Celiac artery and branches Splenic artery Left gastric artery Common hepatic artery, right hepatic artery Gastroduodenal artery Superior mesenteric artery and branches Inferior mesenteric artery and branches Renal arteries Procedures that this model can teach or practice: Aneurysm embolization General Stent assisted Balloon assisted Vessel embolization Splenic artery Gastroduodenal artery (Y-90 mapping and upper GI bleeding) Yttrium-90 radioembolization mapping Yttrium-90 radioembolization treatment Hepatic chemoembolization Angiography for G.I. bleeding Renal artery angiography Renal artery stenting Pelvic angiography and embolization for trauma Internal iliac artery embolization Internal iliac artery stent-grafting Abdominal aorta stent-grafting Compatibility: None For questions and pricing contact us. Please include the model name and number with your inquiry: Stand Alone Abdominal Aorta Model (# AABD01000C)
  5. Embodi3D now offers customized 3D printed artery and vein models for physician education and medical device testing. All models are derived from real patient CT scan data so the anatomy precisely matches that of a real patient for maximum realism. These models are perfect for demonstrating and testing endovascular medical devices, such as wires, catheters, coils, stents and stent-grafts, IVC filters, and thrombectomy devices. Please contact info@embodi3d.com for additional information.