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  1. 0910 - Seymour II™ Wound Care Model

    0910 - Seymour II™ Wound Care Model

    $538.00

    0920 Seymour II™ Wound Care Model is the most comprehensive and realistic model of its kind. Molded from a 74-year-old patient, this model displays the following conditions: Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3 with undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat and slough, deep Stage 4 with exposed bone, undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat, eschar and slough. Learn More
  2. 0920 - Seymour II™ Wound Care Model Darkly Pigmented

    0920 - Seymour II™ Wound Care Model Darkly Pigmented

    $538.00

    0920 Seymour II™ Wound Care Model is the most comprehensive and realistic model of its kind. Molded from a 74-year-old patient, this model displays the following conditions: Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3 with undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat and slough, deep Stage 4 with exposed bone, undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat, eschar and slough. Learn More
  3. 0955 - 'Wilma' Wound Foot™ Darkly Pigmented

    0955 - 'Wilma' Wound Foot™ Darkly Pigmented

    $498.00

    0955 ‘Wilma’ Wound Foot™ Darkly Pigmented - Molded from an 80-year old patient for a true-to-life appearance. There are twenty conditions presented on the model, some included are Stage 1, 2, 3 and two Stage 4s, DTI, eschar, neuropathic ulcer, callus, gangrene, maceration, amputation, corn, fungal thickened toenails, blisters, hammer toes, skin staples and others, so you can see and understand how they are different. Great care has been taken to hand paint each wound just as they would be seen on a patient for the most life-like presentation. Visualizing the location of the various conditions is essential to teaching, especially the non-compliant patient or those cases where cognitive processes or language may be an obstacle. Learn More
  4. 0950 - 'Wilma' Wound Foot™

    0950 - 'Wilma' Wound Foot™

    $498.00

    0950 ‘Wilma’ Wound Foot™ - Molded from an 80-year old patient for a true-to-life appearance. There are twenty conditions presented on the model, some included are Stage 1, 2, 3 and two Stage 4s, DTPI, eschar, neuropathic ulcer, callus, gangrene, maceration, amputation, corn, fungal thickened toenails, blisters, hammer toes, skin staples and others, so you can see and understand how they are different. Great care has been taken to hand paint each wound just as they would be seen on a patient for the most life-like presentation. Visualizing the location of the various conditions is essential to teaching, especially the non-compliant patient or those cases where cognitive processes or language may be an obstacle. Learn More
  5. 0970 - 'Stan' Stage 4 Pressure Injury Model™

    0970 - 'Stan' Stage 4 Pressure Injury Model™

    $352.00

    0970 ‘Stan’ Stage 4 Pressure Injury Model™ -This model features a large sacral Stage 4 pressure injury, with eschar, subcutaneous fat, undermining, tunneling, slough, eschar and exposed bone with osteomyelitis and a Stage 3 pressure injury with subcutaneous fat and granulation tissue. The wounds are positioned so that they can be individually dressed or a “bridging” dressing can be applied to cover both, demonstrating and allowing the practice of this skill with negative pressure wound therapy devices. The model is made of a unique material that permits the application and easy removal of dressings, without leaving an adhesive residue. Small, lightweight, weighting only 2 lbs., this model is easily transportable. A great model for competency testing! Learn More
  6. 0975 - 'Stan' Stage 4 Pressure Injury Model™ Darkly Pigmented

    0975 - 'Stan' Stage 4 Pressure Injury Model™ Darkly Pigmented

    $352.00

    0975 ‘Stan’ Stage IV Pressure Ulcer Model™ Darkly Pigmented -This model features a large sacral Stage IV pressure ulcer, with eschar, subcutaneous fat, undermining, tunneling, slough, eschar and exposed bone with osteomyelitis and a Stage III pressure ulcer with subcutaneous fat and granulation tissue. The wounds are positioned so that they can be individually dressed or a “bridging” dressing can be applied to cover both, demonstrating and allowing the practice of this skill with negative pressure wound therapy devices. The model is made of a unique material that permits the application and easy removal of dressings, without leaving an adhesive residue. Small, lightweight, weighting only 2 lbs., this model is easily transportable. A great model for competency testing! Learn More
  7. Freddie Fistula - Front View

    0230 - Freddie Fistula™ Skills Trainer with case

    $812.00

    New Product – Now Available!

    Freddie Fistula™ was developed to provide health care providers and medical educators with a realistic skills trainer to facilitate instruction and practice in the management of open abdominal wounds with active fistulas. Open abdominal wounds with actively draining fistula present a complex wound care challenge that requires that multiple wound care modalities are utilized to control fistula effluent and allow for optimal wound healing.  Size 18" x 16" x 5" Sh. wt. 15.0 lbs.

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  8. 0980 - 'Pat' Pressure Injury Staging Model™

    0980 - 'Pat' Pressure Injury Staging Model™

    $424.00

    0980 ‘Pat’ Pressure Injury Staging Model™- In the past, healthcare providers have been taught wound care through high-quality photographs and video. ‘Pat’ Pressure Injury Staging Model™ brings wound care alive in a way that even the best of photographs cannot. The model displays the following pressure injuries (per NPUAP 2016 - National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel): Stage 1 (in both darkly and lightly pigmented skin), Stage 2, Stage 3 with undermining, tunneling and slough, a shallow Stage 4 over the malleolus with exposed bone and tendon, and an unstagable eschar/slough wound. The darkly pigmented skin section shows how different a Stage 1, blood blister and DTPI (Deep Tissue Pressure Injury) may appear depending on the skin pigmentation. Learn More
  9. 0310 - Otto Ostomy™ Advanced Model with case

    0310 - Otto Ostomy™ Advanced Model with case

    $1,130.00

    0310 Otto Ostomy™ Advanced Model is similar to the 0300 Otto Ostomy™ Standard Model, but is supplied with 14 additional stomas. The more healthcare providers understand ostomies, the better they will be able to educate and encourage their patients about this life-changing event. Seeing the 3D digestive and urinary tracts and visualizing the location and function of the various organs is essential to learning, especially in those cases where cognitive processes or language may be an obstacle. Otto Ostomy™ was modeled from a patient’s CT scan. The color coded organs displayed include: Stomach, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Rectum, Kidneys, Ureters and Bladder. Demonstrate an end or loop ileostomy and colostomy, urostomy and gastrostomy tube placement. Learn More
  10. 0550 - 'Vinnie' Venous Insufficiency Leg™

    0550 - 'Vinnie' Venous Insufficiency Leg™

    $610.00

    0550 ‘Vinnie' Venous Insufficiency Leg™ was molded from an actual patient for true-to-life realism. The following conditions* are presented: Venous Ulcers, Cellulitis, Stasis Dermatitis, Varicose Veins, Hemosiderin Staining, Vasculitis, Lipodermatosclerosis, Calciphylaxis, Pyoderma Grangrenosum, Healed Foot Ulcer, Fungal Thickened Toenails, Maceration, Diabetic Ulcer, Atrophie Blanche, Pitting Edema, Reticular and Telangiectasia Veins. This model can also be used as a teaching tool and practice leg for clinicians learning about/practicing compression wrapping. ‘Vinnie’ is a great tool for teaching, training, competency testing and skills assessment in the care of patients with venous insufficiency. Learn More

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