Nasco Releases 2018 SIMLAB Catalog

Nasco Releases 2018 SIMLAB Catalog

Press Release Sep 15, 2017

The catalog offers healthcare simulation solutions, including specialized skills trainers and medical training simulators to aid in the training of healthcare professionals at all levels. Extreme attention is paid to every detail — Nasco Healthcare’s exclusive Life/form® and Simulaids brand simulators and anatomical replicas are molded from living models (or cadavers when appropriate) to ensure accuracy and lifelike features. In addition to trainers and simulators, this 180-page catalog also features comprehensive moulage kits, allowing you to create simulated wounds and other health conditions.

With new trainers featured throughout, simulation programs are sure to find what they need to bridge the gap between learning and life. New low, medium, and high fidelity and skills trainers allow for flexibility in all types of training programs in Nursing and Medical, Fire and Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services. Nasco Healthcare’s exclusive brands of Life/form® and Simulaids products also include a three- or five-year warranty.

Visit the SIMLAB® catalog regularly online at nascohealthcare.com to review resource materials, new products, and special website sale items.

For your free copy of the 2018 Nasco SIMLAB® catalog, call 1.888.558.9595, order online at nascohealthcare.com/simlab, or write to: Nasco, 901 Janesville Avenue, P.O. Box 901, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0901.

 

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