New Product Announcement for Epidural/Lumbar Puncture Training

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Dynamic Disc Designs Corp., a leader in spine modeling, announces the release of a new product for epidural and lumbar puncture training for hospitals and medical schools of anesthesiology.

Dynamic Disc Designs Corp. (ddd) is a spine modeling company like no other. Their realistic models now allow doctors to explain effectively a patient's pain generator...among other things.

Prior models did not have the anatomical detail and have lost their luster as they lagged behind fundamental research. ddd prides itself on helping doctors through effective modeling so doctors can save time in clinical settings and improve communication between doctor and patient.

Recently, ddd has added to their already successful lineup of Professional back pain models and developed an epidural teaching model to improve patient safety outcomes through more effective teaching.

Charese Pelham MD, head of anesthesiology states, "We are glad somebody thought of this. It was long overdue!".

ddd worked carefully with seasoned anesthesiologists to develop a model for epidural placement with realistic puncture force feedback and "loss of resistance training".

Resident/SRNA and even CRNA comments, "Big help on placement! Much easier to get the 'feel' on the model than doing it in real life for the first time!" "Gives a much clearer understanding than a photograph! Easier to visualize what I need to be doing and why." "Using the model, I learned how to 'walk off' a bony protuberance." Also, "Really helped me understand how a paramedian spinal approach works and how to make it more effective."

Furthermore, expectant mothers have said, "Now I understand why I need to sit hump-backed." "I feel much more comfortable, knowing what you are doing and how I can help make it easier on myself!" "I am glad you explained it to me."

Dynamic Disc Designs continues to be the leader in spine modeling. Inspired by research, we provide the best in teaching models to spinal professionals world-wide. In return, we hope to inspire the pursuit of improving therapeutic strategies in spine.

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Dynamic Disc Designs Corp.
Jerome Fryer DC CIO
Nanaimo, BC Canada


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