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AV950 - The Visual Wound Foot

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  • Two new models which are effective tools to help healthcare professionals and patients in the identification and staging of wounds and their probable etiologies.
  • AV950 The Visual Wound Foot
  • Made of a unique new material that permits the application and easy removal of dressings without the need to constantly cleanse the skin of residual adhesive.
  • Each wound has been realistically coloured to assist in wound identification and cause.
  • Skills
    • Teaching routine cleansing and dressing techniques
    • Identification and cause of wounds
    • Patient education
  • The Visual Wound Foot is modelled from an 80-year old patient.Includes eighteen different conditions, pressure ulcers and foot abnormalities.

  • Model is made of a flexible material which allows movement of the toes for closer examination and application of dressings.

  • Supplied with a positioning base for ease of use.

  • Eighteen different conditions are presented: 

    1. Stage 4 pressure ulcer of the heel, with exposed bone and infection on a person with diabetes 

    2. Full thickness wound with tendon exposed, probably due to pressure 

    3. Eschar on the lateral foot of a diabetic due to pressure 

    4. Diabetic neuropathic ulcer on the forefoot with slough 

    5. Full thickness ulcer, plantar 3rd digit, probably diabetic neuropathic etiology 

    6. Stage I pressure ulcer of the lateral malleolus on a diabetic 

    7. Stage II pressure ulcer of the medial malleolus on a diabetic 

    8. Dry gangrene of the 5th toe, due to ischaemi

    9. Thick callus ring hyperkeratosis

    10. Amputated 2nd toe

    11. Stapled wound

    12. Corn on top of 3rd toe

    13. Blister on the top of 4th toe

    14. Callus under the 4th metatarsophalangeal joint

    15. Interdigital maceration between the 4th and 5th toes

    16. Ingrowing toenail on the medial aspect of the big toe

    17. Hammer toes - 3rd, 4th and 5th toes

    18. Fungal thickened toenail on the big toe

Options
AV960Visual Wound Board

 

Optional Extras
AV951Optional Carrying Case

 

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Wound care model of the foot showing pressure ulcer of the heel
Dry gangrene of the 5th toe, due to ischaemi

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