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Anatomical Human Heart Model
The Heine Scientific Anatomical Heart Model displays all the structures of the human heart in detail and in different colours. The heart chambers as well as the cardiac valves and vessels become thoroughly comprehensible with the help of this model. The front wall can be removed and opens the view to the inner heart structures, which makes this heart model an ideal tool for demonstration and teaching in the educational field.
- anatomical, life-size heart model
- coloured structures provide a better overview
- displayed heart structures: cardiac wall, atria, ventricles, valves and vessels
- mounted on high-quality stand for all-round viewing
- dimensions: 10 cm (h) x 9 cm (w) x 15,5 cm (d)
A heart model for teaching, studying and explaining
Anatomical heart models by Heine Scientific enable students, trainees and pupils to understand and internalize anatomical contents. Thanks to the illustration by different colours, the structures of an average human heart become very clear to the viewer. Excellent for practical demonstration at school, university or in any other anatomical teaching context, the heart model provides a definite plus for teaching professionals.
Doctors, too, can use the heart model as a visual aid during patient counselling. Possible heart diseases or impairments as well as treatment processes or therapy forms can be explained much more clearly and comprehensively.
Which are the structures displayed in this anatomical heart model?
- the outer cardiac walls - detachable
- the cardiac valves
- the ventricles and atria
- the aorta and vessels
Scope of delivery
- human heart model, life-sized
Brand: Dr. No
Customer assessment ⦁ Anatomical Human Heart Model
Sicher hübsch zum hinstellen aber leichte Defizite in der Anatomie.
Zum einen ist der rechte Ventrikel größer als der Linke, mit der Folge, daß dieses Modell ein recht atypische koronare...