(General Purpose Rescue Manikin That Can Also Simulate An Amputated Arm And Leg, An Impaled Torso And A Suspect Neck Injury)
The Multi-Trauma Rescue Manikin evolved from the Blast and Impaled Victim manikin to combine all the features of these manikin in one product. Additionally, the head has been redesigned to allow the fitting of an extrication collar. So now you have in one manikin a General Purpose rescue manikin that can also simulate an amputated arm and leg, an impaled torso and a suspect neck injury. The hole on the left of the torso allows a spike to be firmly held in place. The right arm and right leg are fully detachable to simulate an amputation, or by partially releasing the locking straps the limb can be weakly attached and will fall off if the rescuer does not correctly assess and support the injury. The manikin is supplied complete with sturdy boots that greatly protect the legs if the manikin is dragged along the ground, and are user-replaceable if badly damaged.
• Head Allows The Fitting Of An Extrication Collar
• Simulate An Amputated Arm And Leg
• Simulate An Impaled Torso And A Suspect Neck Injury
• Hole On The Left Of The Torso Allows A Spike To Be Firmly Held In Place
• Right Arm And Right Leg Are Fully Detachable To Simulate An Amputation
• Complete With Sturdy Boots
• Weights 66 Lbs Or 110 Lbs
Ruth Lee is the only manikin manufacturer that provides clothing with their products. All Ruth Lee Rescue Training Manikins include coveralls. Manikins 44 lbs and up also include lug sole boots. None is found on Bullex products; and Simulaids only adds thin gym shorts. While the strength reinforced coveralls protect the manikin, they are not deemed "Wear Proof". Their specific design is to provide a replaceable, washable layer that helps protect the manikin. The coveralls are designed to wear and must be replaced so that the manikin carcass is protected. Use of the manikins should mimic that of dragging a similarly dressed victim. The wear resistance of the coveralls should be considered to be on par with clothing normally worn by the victims. The included coveralls protect the manikin when used during rescue training. The coveralls are not designed to endure the rigors of firefighter drags or physical agility training. The coveralls and boots should be seen as disposable items and should be replaced when showing signs of wear or damage in order to protect the main body of the manikin. Additional clothing is suggested for use in these activities (Even the Combat Challenge dresses their manikins in turnout Gear for this competition). Treat the coveralls as clothing. They are NOT wear proof. Protect your investment.