Create a uterus which:
- Can be used with any obstetric simulation pelvis
- Will undergo inversion when manipulated by a confederate bedside RN
- Can be replaced by the obstetrician
- Will be extremely boggy until sufficient uterotonics are employed
- May also have an adherent placenta attached
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