Soft-Prep™ is a tissue preparation method that provides an improved experience for the use of human tissue in skills training and anatomical study.
The SoftPrep™ program is a one of a kind wholes use body program. With Soft-Prep, the need for downdraft tables and refrigerations units will be a thing of the past.
Soft-Prep™ bodies are kept at room temperature while still being able to provide life-like tissue mobility and tissue quality. The Soft-Prep™ method embalming method contains less than 1% formaldehyde. This significantly reduces the exposure of formaldehyde to embalmers, staff, and students.
- Less that 1% of Formaldehyde
- Bodies are kept at room temperature
- Ability to inject vessels
- Ability to pump fluid through out the body
- Full joint and tissue mobility
- Excellent tissue quality and normal responses
- Can perform most surgical skills that require tissue
- Whole body program is a very ethical way to use and manage donated bodies to respect our silent teachers.
types of tissue preparation:
Soft-Prep™ Surgical (for surgical training or dissection)
Soft-Prep™ Anatomical (for gross anatomy dissection)
ExCellent replacement to fresh tissue
For Surgical Skills Training & Applications For Dissecting Realistic Anatomy
Soft-prep™ Surgical (SP-S) embalming provides life-like tissue, most commonly requested for surgical skills and medical procedure training.
Tissue is flexible, visually similar and comparable to living tissue
No formaldehyde means a substantial reduction in hazardous fumes and odor
No refrigeration is required
Has good disinfectant quality
Can be utilized over a long period of time
The days of formalin fumes are gone
For Anatomy Lab Dissection
Soft-Prep™ Anatomical (SP-A) embalming is a method used to embalm cadavers specifically for gross anatomy dissection.
<1% formaldehyde with results similar to formalin-based cadavers.
Significant reduction in formalin fumes/odor
Improved tissue color and flexibility over traditional cadavers.
while retaining traditional firmness and texture typically found in Formaldehyde embalmed cadavers.