Basic Casualty Simulation Kit
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Basic Casualty Simulation Kit

Basic Assessment and Treatment of Trauma (ATT) represents the state-of-the-art in prehospital trauma assessment and management. Based on the most current medical information and best practices, this concise and highly interactive continuing education cour...

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This kit is almost a necessity for any instructor who wants to inject realism and enthusiasm into his basic course. It contains enough material to make up several victims and to test and evaluate a student’s knowledge and technique on each injury simulated. There is no substitute for hands-on training.

Contents:

  • 1 Compound Fracture
  • 1 Casualty Simulation Wax 8oz (w/pump assembled)
  • 1 Each Grease Paint (4 Colours - White, Brown, Blue, Red)
  • 1 Bottle Coagulant Makeup Blood (makes 1 gal. simulated blood)
  • 1 Package Broken Plexiglass (simulates glass in wound)
  • 1 Bottle Adhesive
  • 1 Package Blood Powder
  • 12 Assorted Lacerations and Open Fractures
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