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Advanced Trauma Modules

Advanced Trauma Modules set interchanges with blank modules on adult extrication manikins for realism in trauma life support and life saving first aid scenarios.

Overview

Advanced Trauma Modules interchange with blank modules on adult extrication manikins for realism in trauma life support and life saving first aid scenarios.

 Module set includes:

Trauma intubation head
  • Impaled object in the cheek, avulsed ear, unequal pupils, nasal bleeding, facial contusions,broken teeth and multiple lacerations
  • Manually generated carotid pulse
  • Articulates to manikin
Seat belt contusion
  • Contusion with compound fracture clavicle from seat belt injury
  • Lay-on for chest
Burn arm with 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree burns
  • Burns illustrated with blistering in progressive sequence.
  • Left forearm and hand articulates to manikin at the elbow.
Compound fracture radius
  • Exposed proximal portion of radius.
  • May be interchanged with blank module in manikin's forearm.
Industrial hand
  • Severe laceration to the dorsum of the hand with exposed bone and soft tissue.
  • Open and closed fracture of index finger and severe tear of the fingernail with contusion.
  • Right forearm and hand articulates to manikin at the elbow.
Exposed viscera
  • Abdominal wound with protruding abdominal contents.
  • May be interchanged with blank abdominal module.
Large and small caliber entry and exit wounds
  • Entry wounds may be interchanged with blank deltoid pads. 
  • Exit wounds may be interchanged with blank ventral gluteal (small caliber) and dorsal gluteal (large caliber) pads.
Impaled Object
  • Metallic object imbedded in thigh.
  • This may be interchanged with blank module in manikin's thigh.
Compound fracture femur
  • Exposed fractured femur protruding from mid-thigh.
  • May be interchanged with blank module in manikin's thigh.
Closed fracture tibia and fibula
  • Palpation of fracture is possible.
  • Right lower leg articulates to manikin at the knee.
Contused ankle and foot
  • Left lower leg and foot articulates to manikin at the knee.
Crushed foot
  • Severe lacerations, exposed bone, tendon and soft tissue.
  • Complete amputation of the lesser toe.
  • Right foot may be articulated to the manikin at the ankle. 
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