Moulage & Casualty Kits
Give any medical emergency training session a sense of reality with this simulated blood.
The most economical way to get started in simulated injuries is with this Casualty Simulation Kit. Reusable wounds and refillable accessories let you practice bandaging and splinting techniques repeatedly. The casualty simulation kit is supplied in a ...
Item: W44519 
This medical emergency simulation kit gives you more complex wounds for testing higher levels of skill in bandaging and patient care while keeping initial expenditures low. The casualty simulation kit is supplied in a storage case and includes:
Item: W44520 
This casualty simulation kit is especially suitable for use in the creation a disaster scenario where application of makeup on multiple casualties creates the widest range of wounds. This kit contains specialty wounds associated with gunshots, like perforations ...
Item: W44521 
This complex EMT (Emergency Medical Training) kit uses components applied to human and manikin patients to get the widest variety of training situations possible. Wounds strapped on, stuck on, created from wax and made to bleed challenge both the volunteer ...
Item: W44522 
This basic trauma evidence-gathering unit contains a series of wounds created specifically for teaching crime scene analysis and forensic scene reconstruction.
The details in the wounds are designed to determine types of weapons, direction of force ...
Item: W44646 
The Life/form® First Aid Arm provides extremely realistic appearance and function to make your training excercise true-to-life. Looks and feels like a real arm. Synthetic blood can be made to flow from either the cut on the forearm or from the ...
Application of these realistic bleeding moulages to a full-body manikin facilitates quick identification, diagnosis, and dressing of wounds by trainees.
Kit includes compound fractures, contusions, lacerations, evisceration, sucking chest wound, ...
This wound kit offers a highly detailed variety of diseases, presusre and surgically induced wounds to assist practitioners in understanding the treatment of their patients. Whether the practioners' education includes clinical nurse training, certified ...