Haptic Feedback

When the catheter enters the bladder, the strap vibrates to cue the wearer to show realistic relief.


Avkin`s antimicrobial urine ensures the passageways stay clean and sanitary throughout the lifetime of the device.


    3 Skin Tone Offerings

    Bladder Scanner

    Learners are able to palpate the bladder, bladder scan, and receive accurate readings before catheterization.

    Authentic Anatomy

    Includes both male and female external anatomy that provides the look and touch of an actual patient.

    Catheterization Simulation Redefined

    A wearable simulator that seamlessly replicates the human urinary system that is worn by a live person. The interchangeable male (circumcised or uncircumcised) and female genitalia provides learners with the ability to practice various types of urinary catheterization while also practicing all of the essential communication skills. The female genitalia was designed to include an anatomically correct external labia, clitoral hood, and non-obvious urethral meatus to provide a learning experience that will replicate actual clinical practice. Additionally, our genitalia is made with high-quality silicone so learners can use the betadine and lubrication right out of their kits. Educators can teach proper hand placement during both female and male catheterization because the physical anatomy feels and responds just like authentic anatomy. The live patient is cued when the catheter enters the urinary meatus. Additionally, if running a urinary retention simulation, the patented sensor technology will cue the patient to “feel relieved” backstrap when the learner participant successfully inserts the catheter foley into the urethra and when it hits the bladder. Students will see a steady stream of urine to reinforce realistic bedside practice. For additional realism, the bladder can be scanned and palpated. To ensure a safe learning environment for both learner and patient, space is left between the live patient and the product.

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    DISCLAIMER: This content was filmed at the University of Delaware. We would like to thank UD and its students for participating.