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Model of a decubitus ulcer. Decubitus (7 cm x 5.5 cm) Undermining (2 cm deep). The wound model is self-adhesive and can be easily applied to and removed from nursing manikins and persons.
Chronic foot ulcers affect elderly the most, we have designed the Life/form® Elderly Pressure Ulcer Foot for instruction on care and cleaning of pressure ulcers in various stages
With the 3B Scientific decubitus trainer, nursing and medical students can learn about professional assessment (examination, measurement and description), wound care and bandaging techniques in various stages of decubitus.
This model makes it possible to visualize and understand the differences in wounds. You are able to demonstrate and practice wound cleansing, classification, staging, and assessment, as well as the measurement of wound length, depth, undermining, and tunneling
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.
This moulage shows the sacral area with a pressure ulcus after a surgical cleaning.The moulage adheres on simulated patients or manikins, it can be fixed with special skin glue for longer training sessions. The anal fold is represented to demonstrate the typical challenges when dressing the wound. The moulage is delivered in a holder and can also be removed.
The KERi™/GERi™ Optional Pressure Ulcer Foot will add wound care realism to your instructions on the care and cleaning of pressure ulcers at various stages. The pressure ulcer foot contains all four severities of stages 1-4.
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 therapy. The moulage adheres on simulated patients or manikins,
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