What is the detail of our human respiratory system model?
Respiratory System Model
A life size reproduction of the complete human respiratory system. It is composed of 7 parts showing the larynx (dissected along the sagittal place), the lungs (dissected along the frontal plane) and a 2-part heart.
MC-YA/R013 Respiratory System and Alveolus Model
Illustrates the respiratory system from the frontal sinus to the diaphragm. Includes the paranasal sinuses, larynx, and bronchopulmonary segments. Also shows the structure of intrapulmonary airways and alveolus.
MC-YA/R051 Trachea, Brochi and Segmental Bronchi Model
The model shows the bronchial tree from the bifurcation of the trachea through its subsequent subdivisions to the bronchopulmonary segments, displayed in different colors.
MC-YA/R053 Trachea Structure Model
This item is composed of 3 different models on the same base: the first one reproduces a 3X life size cross-section of the human trachea; it can be longitudinally divided into two parts to show the inner anatomy. The second model is an enlargement of the anterior trachea wall cross-section; it shows all the different layers, from the tracheal cartilage to the epithelium. The third one shows the magnified pseudostratified ciliated epithelium in great detail: it displays the typical ciliated cells and the mucous cells.
MC-YA/R062 Enlarged Alveolus Model
The model shows the small branches of principal bronchus: 1. Section of bronchiole of no cartilage. 2. The relation between pulmonary alveoli and terminal bronchiole. 3. The structure of alveolar sac and alveolar duct. 4. The capillary rete in the alveolar sapta.