This fetal rotation model made with cloth is light and palm-sized, but
correctly reproduces the pubic symphysis of the pelvis and ischial spine.
The fetal head has bony sutures, allowing the desired three-dimensional
simulation of the mechanism of labor, which is difficult to understand
through a two-dimensional diagram. Use of this product in lectures or for
self-learning promotes better understanding of the anomaly of rotation.
This model with modest reality and warmth can be widely used, from midwifery
education to childbirth preparation education.
The fetal model is palm-sized
The Japanese Red Cross School of Midwifery
This model is best for self-learning about the mechanism of labor.
The mini-sized pelvis and fetal limbs, made of cloth, are light enough to carry around.
The fetal head with the anterior fontanelle, posterior fontanelle, and sagittal suture fits into the pelvis, enabling identification of the relationship between the fetal head and the pelvis during the course of labor.
The pubic symphysis and ischial spine are correctly reproduced in the pelvis made of cloth.
The drawstring bag for storage simulates the uterus, allowing learning about the process of cervix dilation.
This product can be used not only for midwifery education, but also for childbirth preparation education.
Use of this product enables identification of the relationship between the fetal head and the pelvis during the course of labor.
Configuration & Specifications
MC-007 (1 set)
MC-007-5 (5 sets)
MC-007-10 (10 sets)
|Configuration (per set)
|Fetal model x 1 pc.
||Height: approx. 24cm
Head circumference: approx. 20.5cm
Weight: approx. 214g
|Pelvic model x 1pc.
||Made of cloth
Obstetrical conjugate: approx. 6cm in length
Inlet transverse diameter approx. 6.5cm in length
|Bag for storage x 1 pc.
||Opening dimention: 36cm
The arms and legs of the fetus are designed to be hooked up and easily detachable in order to prevent breakage due to friction occurring during passage through the pelvis. Caution should be exercised to not lose them.
Although the fetus can be delivered, deformation of the pelvis made of
cloth may occur.