Helping medical professionals develop their clinical skills is hard.  Medical device training models make it easier, less expensive, and more effective.    

A client at a global med-tech company, someone in the trenches of device marketing and education, recently wrote a recommendation on LinkedIn for Pulse Medical Demonstration Models and highlighted the key features of effective models:

  • Must be durable.  A demonstration model gets used.  Over and over.  It needs to perform perfectly each time.  
  • Must be visually striking.  Yes, a model must support your brand, but also must be physically provocative enough to attract users and facilitate use (and travel easily, which runway models rarely do).
  • Must raise the bar.  A demonstration model must stand out against off the shelf models.  If you don’t care enough to put a device’s unique properties on display, why would a prospect or trainee?  

I invite you to review our portfolio of models at PulseMDM.com, or to call or email at (267) 789-6515/Allison@PulseMDM.  

Enthusiastically, 

Allison Rae

Note: The model pictured here was developed for the testing of suture placement and fastening during cardiac valve replacement surgery. The targeted anatomy was heart, aorta, ribs and skin.  To see the complete case study, visit https://www.pulsemdm.com/projects/thoracic-cavity-medical-device-rd-model/