BSS Traumatic Wound

Product No. 50047

This product was developed in conjunction with the Royal College of Surgeons. It is also available as part of the BSS Day 2 Kit-5th Edition (50071)

Skills Gained:

  • Wound management
  • Traumatic wound debridement
  • Foreign body removal

Product Anatomy:

Wound contains:

  • Broken bone with splinters, tendon and fluid filled vein
  • Necrotic tissue and simulated foreign bodies (glass and dirt)

Product Qualities:


Realistic soft tissue with skin, fat and muscle layers


Supplied in handy, compact clam pack with lid which can be used to retain excised tissue and removed foreign bodies

  • Contains latex

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