Heart Anatomical Models

Anatomical Models Provide The Perfect Vehicle To Study And Explain The Internal And External Structures Of The Human Body. The Range Of Anatomical Models.

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Nasco has been providing educators with quality products at affordable prices for over 60 years. The realism of Life/form® anatomical replicas and medical training simulators is truly amazing! Extreme attention is paid to every detail – lifelike skin, natural bony landmarks, veins…even fingerprints! Life/form® products are molded from living models, or cadavers when appropriate, to ensure accuracy and well-defined features. http://www.enasco.com/healthcare/

3-Piece Mini Heart Set Models

A set of three heart models, each approximately 50% actual size. One model shows normal heart anatomy.

Giant Heart with Esophagus and Trachea (2 Times Life-size, 5-Part)

This 2-times life-size giant heart allows for very easy identification of all structures and is a perfect aid for lessons in big classrooms or lecture halls.

2-Part Heart with Conducting System

This unique transparent model shows the anatomy of the heart with its great vessels. The important coronary arteries and veins are depicted in colored relief.

Life-Size Heart on Stand

A natural-size heart model featuring two-part dissection to show perfect, detailed internal aspect of valves and chambers.

Heart Model (2-piece)

Two-piece model opens in half to show inner chambers and valves of the heart as well as aortic arch, superior and inferior vena cava, pulmonary and cardiac veins. 3-3/4 x 2-1/2 x 2-3/4.

Heart of America Plus™

The only heart model which gives you all these pluses: enlarged to twice life-size for ease of observation and demonstration, making it perfect for patient education; attachable/detachable bypass...

The Heart Multimedia Kit

This junior high/senior high multimedia kit features the exclusive Denoyer-Geppert Heart Model. This model shows exterior and interior views.

Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis Model

Atherosclerosis is the most common acquired disease of arteries in developed countries.

Heart Hypertrophy Model

This life-size model shows compensatory hypertrophy heart disease. This pathology is characterized by the myocardium thickening of the muscular fibers of the left ventricle.