Arm first aid wound trauma injury bleeding control model, simulator provides realistic appearance and function to make your training exercise true-to-life. Train students in the proper techniques used to control severe bleeding: direct pressure, and pressure points.
Synthetic blood can be made to flow from either the cut on the forearm or from the severed thumb, or from both at the same time.
The severed thumb allows training in proper care and handling of separated body members. You can regulate rate of bleeding and create venous or arterial flow. Blood returns to collection tray for reuse.
Pressure points function realistically at wrist and upper arm. Students will need to react just as in an actual emergency and select the appropriate method to control bleeding and treat the wound.
vinyl arm with wound, severed thumb, collection tray, arterial pulse bulb, venous supply bag, one quart blood, teaching guide, and hard carry case. Fluid supply stand not included.