Proper tourniquet placement and application are crucial to effective hemorrhage control. The TrueClot® Tourniquet Application Trainer is a wearable device that allows full application of a tourniquet for training purposes. Training blood can be pumped through the device to simulate hemorrhage, and when a tourniquet is correctly applied, bleeding is stopped. The padded arm cuff reduces pinching and pain and allows for proper application of a tourniquet during classroom or scenario training. The trainer can be worn under a uniform or large t-shirt.
Tourniquet Application Trainer Features
- Durable ballistic nylon construction
- Easy to clean and air dry
- Apply tourniquet high and tight or 2" - 3" above the wound
- Heavy duty padding to reduce pinching and pain
- Bleeding wound with simulated vessel
1 Trainer Sling Assembly (Left Arm Fit Only)
1 Liter Squeeze Bottle
1 Quick Disconnect Fitting
1 Plastic Case
Blood Simulant is sold separately here.
Dimensions: 12" H x 16" W x 7" D (packaged)
Weight: 5 lbs
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By far one of the coolest trainers out there for tourniquet application, especially because like all other Trueclot products you have simulated blood that actually clots!!! You cannot beat a good blood clot when it comes to training, you wanna make it even more realistic warm up the blood a little bit and then you’ll really have students concerned since it’s then presenting a more realistic scenario. This trainer allows for mannequin & student wearable capabilities. With the padding on the arm it doesn’t hurt your role players.
This is a great trainer for on a budget training. Students can put on a tourniquet. gives the student the realism of placing a tourniquet with a active bleeding person
This will allow us to have a good practical training session with our students
I love this thing. Great for simulation as the students have to put on a tourniquet with blood pouring out of a wound. Doesn’t hurt the patient or manikin. I microwave half the blood so it’s warm when it comes out and freaks people out. Doesn’t effect the true clot when you use clotting agents.