Below are a few of our medical models we have developed at SMAP Center through collaboration.
These shields are designed to be worn over surgical masks for an added layer of protection.
This strap reduces ear irritation by hooking your mask straps onto the provided pegs.
A 3D printed tracheostomy training device provided to the College of Nursing.
Life-like printed tattoos to be used on humans and dummies for simulations.
An edible, cost efficient way to simulate realistic mass casualty situations.
A customizable model of a splint used to keep a broken finger straight for the healing process.
An array of LED lights used to penetrate the skin to see the veins under the skin.
This working stethoscope model can be used as a professional stethoscope would be used.
The model was created by using 3D slicer, which enables one to create a detailed brain model.
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A 3D printed prosthetic leg made with PLA filament and PVC piping.
This heart model is used to be able to view valves and veins inside of the heart.
The placenta model allows for a more hands-on practice for nursing students.
This box helps a nurse intubate a patient safely without risking exposure to the virus.
These frames incorporate comfort through flexure hinges and rounded temples.
An MRI image of a compression fracture was converted into a stl. file and 3D printed.
The Door Knob Adapter covers a doorknob, converting it into a door handle .
3D printed clips to attach your face mask to your pocket, when not in use.
Visual aid that simulates major arteries between lung and heart.