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The delivery will take place between the 09.12.2023 and 13.12.2023
Skeleton Fred from 3B Scientific
Here is Fred, the flexible classic skeleton model. Fred's flexible spine can mimic just about any human movement and remains in the curved position. This allows correct and incorrect postures to be shown to the patient and pathological malpositions to be made clear.
Fully movable skeleton model Fred with all anatomical details
In addition, all cranial movements can be demonstrated at the upper cervical joints. Exiting spinal nerves and vertebral arteries are shown on this skeleton as well as a dorsolateral disc herniation between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae of the human skeleton.
Life-size skeletal models such as the Homo skeleton of a male adult with a height of 170 cm can therefore be used to illustrate a wide variety of treatments. Since it is a first-class reproduction with ideal bone structures, high stress is possible. The skeleton model Fred on the 5 foot roller stand is also fully flexible, with flexible spine. But also the extremities, shoulder elbow hip and overall all joints of the human body are flexible.
- Classic skeleton model
- flexible spine
- made of durable, unbreakable plastic material
- first-class natural casting, quality "Made in Germany
- approximately realistic weight of the approx. 200 bones
- natural size, anatomically correct
- 3-part mounted skull
- individually inserted teeth
- quickly and easily removable limbs
- Final assembly by hand
- Size: 170 cm
- Weight: 8 kg
- 3 years warranty
- Delivery includes tripod and dust cover
- unique price-performance ratio
Medical anatomy skeleton models - a must for every practice setup
Skeleton models like Fred are exact replicas of human anatomy. This is not only because the skeleton is flexible, but also because the individual bones and thus the entire bone structure are original size. In contrast to a mini skeleton, human movement can be much more easily reproduced on a skeleton model that has a natural size. Therefore, anatomical models like this skeleton model should not be missing in any doctor's office to illustrate various treatments and posture errors to patients.
Scope of delivery
- physiological skeleton model Fred, multi-part, anatomically correct
- Stand with 5 castors
- Dust cover