Simulaids Compound Fracture Tibia/Lower Leg

Simulaids Compound Fracture Tibia/Lower Leg

Sale price$81.95
SimulaidsSKU: SIM6761


The Simulaids Compound Fracture Tibia/Lower Leg simulator is a specialized training tool used in medical education and emergency response training to simulate a severe compound fracture of the tibia (shinbone) and lower leg for educational purposes. This simulator is designed to replicate the appearance and characteristics of a compound fracture, which is an open fracture where the broken bone pierces through the skin, leading to significant trauma and potential complications.

Key Features and Components:

  1. Realistic Fracture Simulation: The simulator features a lifelike moulage wound on a training manikin or model that mimics the appearance of a compound fracture of the tibia and lower leg. This includes visible bone displacement, exposed bone ends, torn soft tissues, bruising, and swelling.

  2. Anatomical Accuracy: The simulator is anatomically accurate, representing the tibia, fibula, muscles, tendons, blood vessels, and skin to provide a realistic training scenario.

  3. Specialized Materials: The compound fracture simulator may utilize materials such as silicone, latex, or synthetic skin to replicate the texture and appearance of human tissue, bones, and blood.

  4. Training Accessories: The simulator may be accompanied by training accessories such as splints, bandages, or traction devices used to immobilize and stabilize the fractured leg during training exercises.

  5. Interactive Features: Some simulators may include interactive features such as adjustable bone fragments, movable joints, or simulated bleeding, allowing learners to practice managing compound fractures and assessing patient stability.

  6. Reusable and Interchangeable Components: The moulage wound and associated components are designed for repeated use and can be easily attached to different training manikins or models.

Educational Value and Training Benefits:

  • Hands-On Skills Development: Healthcare providers and first responders can practice assessing and managing compound fractures of the tibia and lower leg, enhancing their skills in orthopedic trauma assessment and care.

  • Treatment Planning and Implementation: Simulation-based training with the compound fracture simulator allows learners to develop treatment plans, apply appropriate interventions (such as splinting and immobilization), and practice decision-making in critical situations.

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