velvet pelvis

Specialties Ob/Gyn

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When arts and science meet you get a felted uterus.

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http://iheartguts.wordpress.com/2008/11/25/velvet-pelvis/

pagandeva2000, LPN

7,984 Posts

Specializes in Community Health, Med-Surg, Home Health.

Very nice! I'd actually use it as a teaching tool.

caliotter3

38,333 Posts

Kind of cute. And a lot easier to see than a lot of visual aids.

Specializes in Hospice, ER.

OMG! I love it!:roll:roll:roll

Anxious Patient

524 Posts

Very nice! I'd actually use it as a teaching tool.

Here are some teaching tools that were used in 19th century Japan. It was also suggested they were used for entertainment. :uhoh21:

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complete with stretch marks

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http://www.pinktentacle.com/2009/05/pregnant-dolls-from-edo-period-japan/

GilaRRT

1,905 Posts

Here are some teaching tools that were used in 19th century Japan. It was also suggested they were used for entertainment. :uhoh21:

pregnant_doll_2_small.jpg

complete with stretch marks

pregnant_doll_1_small.jpg

http://www.pinktentacle.com/2009/05/pregnant-dolls-from-edo-period-japan/

Actually, that is a pretty realistic setup. The detail and workmanship shows and at least the way it looks, rivals many of the training aids available today.

tymatt2

6 Posts

Specializes in Public Health, Employee Health, OB.

When I saw velvet pelvis I hoped it wasn't a strange baby name.

Elvish, BSN, DNP, RN, NP

4 Articles; 5,259 Posts

Specializes in Community, OB, Nursery.

I think both those are really cool and could see their very many practical uses.

Specializes in Labor & Delievery.

I would almost order one of these for our childbirth class. I started to teach the class when my husband lost his job for some extra $$.

We have everything...robot babies, strap on tummies, even a plastic 3-D pelvis that shows a realistic birth.

But now all I want is a velvet pelvis :)!

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