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SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®
SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®
SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®
SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX® Case
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SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®
SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®
Shrapnel Wound in a Box® with Hard Bone
Shrapnel Wound in a Box® with Hard Bone

SHRAPNEL WOUND IN A BOX®

PTT-B03-L

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Product Description

The Wounds in a box® series offers cost effective, compact solutions for skills training. Easy to transport, yet rugged enough for classroom or field use.

The Shrapnel in a Boxtask trainer simulates a soft-tissue wound, used to instruct students in proper wound packing technique. It features a hard bone (fractured) inside of the wound cavity to elevate skill level. The representative skin and tissue of the PTT-B03 is constructed of high quality silicone rubber, with layers of coloration that provide a depth and realism to the product. The PATENTED construction with SOFTTECH® and ROCKTECH® materials a realistic feel, and is very durable and UV resistant. Blood tubing is integrated into the construction to easily create simulated blood flow. The task trainer is contained in its own storage case. Bleeding systems sold separately.

The PTT-B03 can be connected to a SKEDCO® FEBSS or bleeding system to provide simulated blood flow that responds to pressure when properly packed. The soft material and patented design provide a realistic feel, and an enhanced training experience. Bleeding systems sold separately.

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Techline Technologies, Inc. also offers certified medical training programs, preparing students for “real world” scenarios. We utilize experienced instructors who have taught for both the military and civilian agencies.
Our instructors come from a variety of backgrounds and bring expertise learned both on the battlefield and the streets to our classes. Combined with use of the Techline family of manikins and wounds, allows students to conduct clinically appropriate responses to life saving interventions on wounds that look and feel real.