NAR COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) SET OF FIVE MANIKINS

Product Summary

FEATURES
Set of 5 Simulators
Designed specifically for realistic trauma training from point-of-wounding to higher echelons of care
Designed for TCCC training in wound management and hemorrhage control
Internal skeleton that gives CTS a realistic ROM in all joints allowing for realistic patent positioning during movement and procedures

DESCRIPTION
North American Rescue (NAR) and Operative Experience Incorporated (OEI) have joined forces to deliver a full line of Combat Trauma Simulators (CTS) that address the key Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) critical tasks. The driving force behind these high fidelity medical simulators is OEI’s founder, a formerly deployed Trauma Surgeon, prominent researcher and professor of surgery. His extensive experience in treating penetrating trauma spans the full spectrum of trauma care & has served as the catalyst in developing super-realistic trauma simulators that are actual anatomy replications. Setting the bar for point-of-injury medical simulators, this combat trauma training system balances super-realistic anatomy with ruggedized materials, ease of mobility and simplicity to create realistic and challenging training scenarios for medical providers as they prepare to save lives on the battlefield.

The Combat Trauma Simulator MasCal Trauma Training System (MTTS) includes a set of all 5 full-sized, ruggedized, soldier-form remotely- activated CTS models (also available as individual units) for comprehensive TCCC preparation, with wounding patterns that reflect injuries from an IED followed by an ambush. They are designed for TCCC training in wound management and hemorrhage control. Simulators are Soldier Strong™ but not indestructible and should be treated in the same manner as a combat casualty.

SPECIFICATIONS
Unparalleled realism with anatomically correct skeletal structures and wounding patterns.
5 Liter internal reservoir for realistic simulation of blood loss.
Internal skeleton that gives CTS a realistic ROM in all joints allowing for realistic patent positioning during movement and procedures
Completely wireless design allows for multiphase training scenarios from POI to TacEvac.
Proprietary technology allowing CTS’s skin to be incredibly durable and retain a level tactile realism that cannot be met by the competition.
Self-sealing skin allowing for repetitive use without obvious landmarks from needle punctures.
Easily repairable skin
Rechargeable, replaceable battery that runs 3-4 hours of continuous use, allowing for multiple training scenarios on one charge.
A 1 year manufacturer warranty
Pulse pressures that diminish as total blood volume diminishes
Simple and easy reset times allowing for quick transition between training iterations
COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) 1: FACIAL TRAUMA & BLEEDING

Model breathes, bleeds and moves head
Has a GSW to face causing hemic drowning
GSW to left upper arm, and fragment wounds to the left chest
Interventions include emergency airway, tourniquet, wound packing and humeral & sternal I/O
COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) 2: JUNCTIONAL BLEEDER

Model moves, breathes, bleeds and has carotid pulse
Has shrapnel injury to neck causing major vascular injury
Has one oblique through-and-through GSW to right groin above tourniquet line, a GSW to the left thigh and an open tib/fib fracture
Interventions include junctional tourniquet, tourniquet, wound packing, fracture splinting, humeral & sternal I/O, needle decompression and emergency airway
COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) 3: AMPUTATIONS & HIGH THIGH GSW

Triple amputee that moves head or arm, bleeds and has carotid pulse
Has traumatic amputations above left elbow, above left knee and at upper right thigh above tourniquet line
Has burn, blast and fragment wounds on left side of body
Interventions include hemorrhage control, tourniquet, junctional tourniquet, and humeral & sternal I/O
COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) 4: AMPUTATION & CHEST INJURIES

Model breathes, bleeds and moves head
Has traumatic amputation above left elbow, traumatic amputation above left knee, a sucking chest wound (i.e. open pneumothorax), burns to left side of face and fragmentation wounds to left side of body
Interventions include hemorrhage control, tourniquet, junctional tourniquet, needle decompression and humeral & sternal I/O.
COMBAT TRAUMA SIMULATOR (CTS) 5: ABDOMINAL WOUNDS

Model breathes and bleeds
Has open abdominal wound with evisceration, traumatic amputation above right wrist and deep avulsion of the posterior proximal right thigh
Interventions include tourniquet, wound packing, and bowel evisceration treatment
THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES CAN BE PRACTICED ON EACH OF THE CTS MODELS:

TQ application
Junctional TQ application
Wound packing
Bandage application
Surgical airway
Endotracheal Intubation
NPA insertion
Sternal and humeral intraosseous injections
Needle Decompression
EACH SIMULATOR INCLUDES:

Custom Storage Case
Instruction Manual
5 cricothyroidotomy skin replacements
2 battery and chargers
50 sternal IO disc replacements
20 humeral IO replacements (10 left, 10 right)
a skin repair kit (for minor abrasions over the life of the simulator)
Blood Reservoir Fill Pump
1 Uniform
Remote Control with Rechargeable Battery Pack