Bring A Sense Of Reality To Emergency Training
- Use with manikins, or volunteers
- Can be incorporated into rescue or forensics scenarios
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 and the professional in areas of burns, lacerations, fractures of arms and legs and amputations; a good kit to simulate community disasters like bus accidents, or building explosions.
The emergency medical training kit is supplied in a storage case and includes:
Bleeding wounds (complete with reservoir bags with pump assembly) include 1 jaw wound; 1 abdominal wound with protruding intestines;
1 sucking wound of chest; 2 compound fractures of humerus; 2 compound fractures of femur; 2 compound fractures of tibia; 1 laceration of the forehead; 1 open amputation; 2 gunshot wound of palm.
Non-bleeding wounds include 36 assorted stick-on lacerations and open fracture wounds; 1 phosphorous burn of the hand; 1 face in shock; 2nd and 3rd degree burn of the face; 2nd and 3rd degree burn of the chest; 2nd and 3rd degree burn of the back; 2nd and 3rd degree burn of the hand; 2nd and 3rd degree burn of the forearm.