Training simulator P103
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for tactical combat
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The P103 is a medical skill trainer for hemorrhage control on the lower extremity with an extremely realistic wound and bleeding simulation. It is the ideal tool to improve pre-hospital patient care training with instructional and hands-on training of hemorrhage control with wound packing and tourniquet application. This simulator is especially suitable for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and Civilian Casualty Care training. The Hemorrhage Control Leg Trainer P103 by 3B Scientific is an affordable and simple solution for realistic training of bleeding control and management of traumatic injuries on the thigh. Trainees will gain confidence in managing difficult bleeding using tourniquets, wound packing and amputation management skills. The leg trainer P103 is equipped with three different wound patterns: Deep laceration (around 4 cm deep) in the groin area Gunshot wound through and through (GSW) with entry and exit wound on the upper thigh Amputation in the knee region A manual blood pump system supplies artificial blood to each wound individually or to any two of them in combination or to three wounds all together. Various scenarios of venous or arterial pulsatile blood hemorrhage can be simulated easily and realistically. The trainee will get a direct visual feedback (stop of bleeding by mechanical occlusion) once the application of the chosen hemorrhage control technique is successful.


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19-21 Jun 2024 Prague (Czech Republic) Stand PL3

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    AMEE 2024

    24-28 Aug 2024 Basel (Switzerland) Stand 66

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