OperativeExperience® Tactical Casualty Simulator With Gunshot Wounds

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470311-780EA 82000.09 USD
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OperativeExperience® Tactical Casualty Simulator With Gunshot Wounds
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Complete simulator with gunshot wounds to enhancetccc training.

  • Realistic size and weight with fully articulating limbs
  • Usable in field or classroom training
  • Simulates combat trauma injuries and gunshot wounds for training of hemorrhage management and airway control with life-like tissue
  • Full-body simulator, realistic size and weight (1,93 m/6'4" and 84 kg/185 lb) with fully articulating limbs for high threat extraction training
  • Simple to operate, fully mobile and remotely controlled for realistic TCCC field training scenarios
  • Easy-to-use instructor interface tablet with simulation logs and self-diagnosis
  • Remote controlled (up to 48 m/52 yards distance): respiratory and heart rate, pulsating bleeding and arterial hemorrhage with 11 l (3-gallon) blood reservoir
The full body Tactical Casualty Care Simulator 1 (TCCS 1) offers military, government forces, medical rescue, and private security a realistic way for combat trauma care training of gunshot wound management, hemorrhage management, airway management, as well as trauma management related to the casualty’s breathing and circulation. The TCCS 1 is highly ruggedized and water-resistant for use both outdoors in field training and indoors in a classroom setting. Tactical Combat Casualty Care training can get rough and this trauma simulator was built to last under the toughest training scenarios. Use the TCCS 1 to simulate combat trauma scenarios featuring injuries from an IED (improvised explosive device) attack followed by an ambush. Prehospital patient care in combat scenarios focuses on fast solutions for wound management, airway stabilization, and hemorrhage control.

Use the TCCS 1 to simulate combat trauma scenarios featuring injuries from an IED (improvised explosive device) attack followed by an ambush. Prehospital patient care in combat scenarios focuses on fast solutions for wound management, airway stabilization, and hemorrhage control.



   
 

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