– Includes cervix, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
– Realistic cervical os connecting to full uterine cavity, accepts IUD
– Broad ligament with connections to pelvic frame via stiff rods for secure attachment
– Easy replacement into sliding lock groove in pelvis
– Vessels 6mm in diameter run through broad ligament and connect via luer locks to simulate vascular supply; will fit standard IV tubing
– Cervical os connects fully with inner uterine cavity
-Uterine cavity is normal gynecoid shaped and is currently designed for IUD insertion and removal, endometrial biopsy, dilation and curettage, and diagnostic hysteroscopy
-Vaginal hysterectomy with or without bilateral salpingo oophorectomy can also be performed, the surgeon is able to perform a complete procedure on the model
-The normal bony pelvis and anatomy further enhances the surgical experience with clamp placement technique, suturing and knot tying
-Uterine morcellation is able to be performed
– Polyurethane elastomer with subcutaneous mesh reinforcement in broad ligament (BJB 422, 50% urethane material)
-There will be a smaller uterus for the beginning surgeon with similar broad ligament and vascular supply
Total length from the cervix to the top of the fundus is 4 inches the width is 2.5. Inches. Anterior/post diam. 2 inches. Cervical length 1.5 inches. Cervical diameter is 6mm with ability with accept 7. Broad ligament with appropriate feel for clamping, cutting and tying, approx. 3mm thickness. Uterine artery should be close to a 14 French catheter, so lumen about 3-4 mm and total diameter of tube about 4-5 mm up to 6mm.
Future uterus is being developed for operative hysteroscopy, the more challenging hysterectomy and a uterus compatible with bipolar technology