Made with a flexible, life-like material that permits the application and easy removal of dressings, without leaving an adhesive residue.
Model is molded from an actual 74-year-old patient so it looks and feels like the real thing.
Displays the following pressure ulcers: Stage 1; Stage II; Stage III with undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat, and slough; Stage IV with exposed bones, undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat, eschar, and slough.
Also shown are a suspected Deep Tissue Injury, unstageable full eschar/slough wound, and 14cm dehisced wound.
The Stage III and Stage IV are positioned so that a “bridging” dressing for use with a vacuum assisted closure and negative pressure wound therapy devices can be demonstrated and practiced.
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.
The positioning of the wounds permits multiple dressings to be demonstrated at the same time.