Rabbit Ray
Learn medical terms through play

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The Beginning
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OUR FEATURES

Needle-free vaccination demo

Subcutaneous and intradermal injection

Neonatal drip

Phlebotomy and blood glucose monitoring

Intravenous (IV) Drip

Saline IV or chemotherapy demonstration

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As a Child Life Specialist, I have been using Rabbit Ray with pediatric patients in the United States of America for a couple of years now. I love the way medical play allows kids to 'practice' IV starts and blood draws (among other uses, these are the most commonly used in my practice).


This medical play/teaching tool is entirely able to be cleaned with wipes, which is a necessity for use in the hospital. It has also been versatile, and I have been able to use it with patients in the Pre/Post Surgery, Emergency Department, Radiology Departments and Ped/PICU.

Dr Michael Leinwand, Bronson Hospital, United States

“We now have 8 Rabbit Rays at our hospitals and the children love them. We have been using them with patients as young as one and even our older teens have been asking to use them. It is not unusual to hear shouts of 'I want the bunny!' when a play specialist walks through the ward.  This has been a fantastic tool for children to role-play their cannular and blood-taking experiences. I love that it can be cleaned easily between patients. Looking forward to seeing your future products!

Victoria Hoque, Senior Play Specialist, CCLS,
Department of Pediatric Nephrology,
Evelina London Children's Healthcare, 

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS, United Kingdom