Whole Body Phantom PBU-60 PH-2B

Whole body anthropomorphic Phantom

Description

 

A unique, life size whole body phantom for CT provides a variety of educational application as well as visual evaluation in finding out optimal scanning conditions.
The phantom can also be used for plain X-ray, showing life-like images.
No metal parts or liquid structure are used.

Main joints have close-to human articulation, allowing various positioning for training.The phantom can be disassembled into 10 parts.Improved shoulder joint system enables PBU-60 to take arm-up position.Organs are anatomically correct and have appropriate HU numbers.

FEATURES:

Patient positioning

Shoulders: rotate through a full 360 degrees in the sagittal plane, approx. 180 degrees to side-ways.
Hip joints: rotate forward up to approx. 90 degrees, then abduct up to 45 degrees each.
Knees: bend up to approx. 90 degrees.
Elbows: bend up to approx. 90 degrees.
The phantom can be held in the supine frog leg position.
The limbs and head are detachable at joints and neck for wider applications.
The head supporter facilitates various head positions.

Internal Organs: Head and Trunk

Synthetic skull
Cervical vertebrae
Brain
Vertebrae
Clavicles
Ribs
Sternum
Scapula
Coxal bones
Femurs
Lungs with pulmonary vessels
Trachea
liver with portal and hepatic veins
Pancreas
Kidneys
Gallbladder
Spleen
Aorta
Cava
Ureter
Urinary bladder
Prostate
Rectum
Sigmoid Colon

Original phantom materials

Radiology absorption and Hounsfield number approximate to human body.

Materials and features

Soft tissue and organs: Urethane base resin (SZ-50)
Synthetic bones: Epoxy base resin
Joint attachments: Epoxy, urethane with carbon fiber
Screws: Polycarbonate

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