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Elderly Pressure Ulcer Foot
Chronic foot ulcers affect elderly the most, we have designed the Elderly Pressure Ulcer Foot for instruction on care and cleaning of pressure ulcers in various stages. Pressure ulcers are more likely to appear over pressure points such...
Wound moulage sacral decubitus, untreated
This moulage shows the sacral area with a pressure ulcus in an unattended stage. The tissue has died under continuous pressure and necrotic tissue is visible. The actual size of the necrotic area can not be defined and needs surgical...
Wound moulage venous leg ulcer, small,...
This self-adhesive wound represents a venous leg ulcer, a substance defect in the tissue of the lower leg as a result of a chronic venous insufficiency. The shown exudation phase represents the most common ulcus disease (60% to 80% of...
Bandaging Simulator
This simulator consists of a female torso with flexible, lifelike skin which realistically responds to adhesives and all types of bandaging procedures. 14 different wounds allow one to practice wound management techniques, cleaning and...
Stump Bandaging Upper Torso
Upper torso with amputation stumps for bandaging training. Life size.
Stump Bandaging Lower Torso
Lower torso with amputation stumps for bandaging training. Life size.
Decubitus Treatment Simulator
This model of a human buttock shows first-, second-, and third-degree decubitus and allows practicing of washing and dressing procedures. Size: 24 x 37 x 9 cm
Seymour II Decubitus-Simulator
This new, improved version of the approved Decubitus-Simulator is made of even more realistic material and is perfect for dressing practice. The model was molded from a 74-year-old patient and shows the following pressure ulcers: Stage...
Pat Pressure Ulcer Staging Model
A unique, compact, comprehensive and realistic model displaying the following pressure ulcers: an unstageable eschar/slough wound, Stage I (in both darkly and lightly pigmented skin), Stage II, Stage III with undermining, tunneling and...
Stan Stage IV Pressure Ulcer Model
Designed for teaching and training with vacuum assisted closure and negative pressure wound therapy devices, this model features a large sacral Stage IV pressure ulcer, with eschar, subcutaneous fat, undermining, tunneling, slough,...
Wound Foot “Wilma”
Moulded from a real foot for a true-life experience when assessing the various wounds. Twenty different conditions are presented so you can see and understand how they are different. Great care has been taken to colour each wound just as...
Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Trainers
The Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Trainers assist with the instruction of advanced therapy management for many types of acute and chronic wounds. Use the trainers for demonstration of application, placement, and management of a...
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