The circumcision is a surgical procedure performed to remove loose tissue, known as the foreskin which covers the glans penis. This global procedure is done for health reasons, religious or cultural soon after birth, at puberty or during young adulthood. The World Health Organization (WHO), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) present evidence indicating that male circumcision significantly reduces the risk of HIV transmission woman to man above 50%. The Circumcision simulators were developed with the help of one of the top medical schools in Wisconsin, as well as physicians in South Africa and Indonesia. The simulators include the foreskin, the glans of the penis frenulum, meatus and the coronal sulcus. These simulators are made of soft, natural material, soft, delicate and realistic touch. Medical students, doctors and other practitioners can learn, practice and improve the realistic techniques for this delicate procedure without the worry of learning in a living patient.
Practice simulating the dorsal injection, separating the inner lining of the foreskin (preputial epithelium) of its connection to the glans, surgical removal of the foreskin and suturing techniques. These simulators can also be used to demonstrate and practice the techniques of post-treatment to family members care, as there are different methods of circumcision, the circumcision simulators were developed for the fixation method Mogen, method of affixing Guillotine, method of affixing Gomco, Plastibell method, dorsal slit method, method guided by forceps and circumcision sleeve.
The Infant Circumcision Training Kit is a complete kit for all circumcision training needs. Includes a stem child six to glans foreskin instruments (scalpel, micro-forceps 4-1 / 2 "(120 mm) precision probe 6" (152 mm), search Iris scissors, forceps straight Halstead 5 "(127 mm), curved forceps Halstead 5" (127 mm), Ethicon suture needle), suitcase for tools, instructions and soft nylon carrying case.