Laerdal® Advanced Trauma Module Kit - Light Skin

SKU: 52-426

Vendor Part Number: 276-00001

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

US$3,138.00

Description

Description

Advanced Trauma Modules set interchanges 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
    • 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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