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3B Scientific A31/1R Human Right Loose Foot and Ankle Skeleton
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The 3B Scientific A31/1R life-size loose human right foot and ankle skeleton model is used for anatomical study, and is mounted with elastic bungee string for flexibility. The model’s foot features portions of the tibia and fibula for detailed examination. The A31/1R has a natural cast for accurate representation. Anatomical models are typically used as educational aids in medical and scientific classrooms and office settings.
Science education products incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom and homeschool-based projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use science education kits and products alongside science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum to demonstrate STEM concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities. Science education projects include a broad range of activities, such as practical experiments in engineering, aeronautics, robotics, energy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geology.
3B Scientific manufactures anatomical models, simulators, charts, and other training materials for use in scientific, medical, and patient education. Founded in 1948 and headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, 3B Scientific meets ISO 9001: 2008 standards.
Top Customer Reviews
decided to keep it. You might check out the less "loose" version to see what
works best for you.
Still models are wonderful when educating.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using it in my healthcare program and it's helped me out so much. Now I've mastered the foot.Published 1 month ago by Dash
As a podiatry student, I was very pleased with this model. The joints are very flexible allowing you to see articular surfaces, but also holds its shape well. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kara Brock