At Mentone Educational, medical professionals and teachers can find numerous anatomical models of the lung. These lung models could explain certain medical conditions to patients, but they could also help to teach medical students about the lung and its structure. Want to find out more about our available lung models? Please read the information provided by Mentone Educational below.
What Can You Tell Me About the Pulmonary Lobule with Surrounding Blood Vessels (G60) Model?
Some structures in the human body are incredibly tiny, which is one of the reasons why an enlarged model could help to explain the structure of such structures to medical students. The Pulmonary Lobule with Surrounding Blood Vessels is a prime example of such a model, since this model is 130 times larger compared to an actual human lung.
The Pulmonary Lobule with Surrounding Blood Vessels Model provides medical professionals and teachers with a detailed representation of the air routes inside the lungs up to the alveolus. It shows a detailed anatomical representation of structures such as the bronchus, bronchioles, alveolus, pulmonary vessels, connective tissue septum and other related structures.
Our Pulmonary Lobule with Surrounding Blood Vessels also comes with its own stand, which allows teachers and medical professionals to display the model clearly in their classroom, doctor surgery, or clinic.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Model – Lung (GPA3100)?
The Anatomical Lung Model is an anatomically accurate representation of the lung, which measures the genuine size of the human lung. It also includes a detailed overview of the respiratory tract, which gives it countless applications for student and patient education.
Our Anatomical Lung Model clearly displays structures such as the bronchus, arteries, veins, two lymph nodes, bronchial passage and the trachea bifurcation. The entire model is also mounted on a base and includes removable patient education cards, which certainly makes this model suitable for doctor surgeries.
What Can You Tell Me About the Diseased Lung Model (GPA3110)?
The Diseased Lung Model is perfect for patient education, since lung disease is something many doctors will encounter in their surgery. The model is specifically designed for patient education and is accompanied by an education card that provides more information about lung pathologies.
There are several lung conditions that can be explained or clarified with the Diseased Lung Model; this includes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lunch cancer and asthma. The model allows doctors to demonstrate the conditions on the lung model, which could prove quite beneficial for patients looking to gain information.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Model – 4 Piece Bronchus (GPA3120)?
Mentone Educational does not only provide anatomical models of the entire lung, but also accurate anatomical models of smaller parts of the lungs. One such a model is the Anatomical Model – 4 Piece Bronchus.
The Anatomical Model – 4 Piece Bronchus displays the normal anatomy of the bronchus, but also the effects of conditions such as asthma and chronic bronchitis. Since these conditions can be displayed clearly with this model, the Anatomical Model – 4 Piece Bronchus is perfect for patient education.
What Other Anatomical Models of the Lungs Can I Find at Mentone Educational?
At Mentone Educational, you can find multiple models of the entire lung, but also of smaller parts of the lung. Some of these models have been described above, but there are many others left to discover. So, for a full overview of anatomical models of the lungs, please head over to our “anatomy models” category and select lungs from the “human anatomy models” section to see all options available for classrooms and doctor surgeries.