Experience New TCCC Training Manikins at Military Medicine Congress

Experience New TCCC Training Manikins at Military Medicine Congress

3B Scientific will have a dedicated stand demonstrating Tactical Combat Casualty Care & Hemorrhage Control training manikins at the 49th Annual Congress of the German Society for Military Medicine and Military Pharmacy (49. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Wehrmedizin & Wehrpharmazie) starting tomorrow.

The congress will take place in Würzburg, Germany between the 25th and 27th of October, and will include a variety of plenary sessions, workshops and group activities led by field experts.

3B Scientific will be showcasing the Tactical Combat Casualty Care & Hemorrhage Control training range. Our TCCC suite includes realistic models for a variety of possible tactical combat field injuries, including gunshot wounds, traumatic amputations injuries, abdominal evisceration, major vascular injuries, major hemorrhage and a variety of possible presentations. Further combat wound configurations can also be requested if required for specific training needs.

These solid TCCC training manikins can be used indoors and outdoors, making them perfect for realistic infield simulation training as well as classroom settings. They also come with an instructor interface tablet that allows full control of the simulation including heart rate, bleeding and breathing, as well as logs and self-diagnosis.

Attend the 3B Scientific demonstrations of TCCC simulation training

During the Congress we will be performing regular demonstrations of the 3B Scientific TCCC training manikin suite. The simulators are all of realistic size and weight (1,93 m/6’4″ and  84 kg/185lb), and they have fully articulating limbs. They are also water-resistant and made with life-like tissue. All these characteristics make them the perfect resource for tactical combat wound management training.

If you visit the 49th Annual Congress of the German Society for Military Medicine and Military Pharmacy, stop by 3B Scientific’s stand and ask our team for a demonstration of TCCC training manikins.

 

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