Plastination Specimen

Plastination Specimen

What is the plastination technique

Plastination is a special technique with which people can preserve biological tissue as it is alive. The high-tech solid preservation method has all the advantages of traditional preservation methods and discards their deficiencies, so it overwhelms all the other methods. In this technique, a vacuum physical process is applied, the water and fat in biological tissue are replaced by high-molecular polymers such as silicone rubber, epoxy resin and polyester resin through an impregnation process. The finished animal specimens are non-toxic, odorless, dry, resilient, portable and durable, without the requirement for special maintenance or protection. In addition, they can not only keep the original shape and appearance of the animals(fur, etc.) but also show their interior structure, vividly presenting the various postures of animals as they are alive.

Plastination Specimen

Brainstem silicone plastination specimen is applied in anatomy education without formalin, display the  insular lobe, caudate nucleus, internal capsule, optic nerve, optic chiasma, cerebral peduncle, trochlear nerve, oculomotor nerve, trigeminal nerve, ponsoblongata, abduct nerve, facial nerve, nervus statoacusticus, glossopharyngeal nerve, vagus nerve, accessory nerve, hypoglossal nerve, pineal gland, cerebellum, etc.

Plastination Specimen

Deep muscles, arteries and veins of right lower limb human plastination  specimen for Saudi Arabia as teaching aids supplied by meiwo lab. The human plastination specimen shows deep muscles, brachial plexus and their branches, deep arteries and veins. The human plastination specimen is nontoxic, odorless, dry, resilient, portable and durable.They do not require special maintenance and protection.Audiences can observe closely and touch directly the specimens. Contact Meiwo!

human plastination specimen of right lower limb