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MT815 Trauma wound packing leg

This full silicone super realistic training leg is designed for first aide and military training and can be customized to your specific needs.

It is a freestanding table model with embedded bloodlines that can be operated separately per wound or simultaneously by connecting the lines. A tourniquet can be applied but it may be difficult to stop the bleeding completely.

Choose 1 out of 6 wound types: 

  • Deep explosion wound with or without bone fragments
  • Deep cut wound with embedded shrapnel
  • Deep narrow wound with embedded bullet
  • Wide shot wound  with lots of embedded pellets
  • Bullet wound with entrance and exit wound on either side
  • Busted knee with deep cut, grazes and bruises

Send specifications per email when ordering this item.

Care instructions:

Blood and bruising can be added to the model. Add some liquid soap to any blood to keep it from beading up on the silicone. The leg can be washed off under the tap after the training. As lots of rubbing will remove the hair from the leg, it is better to wash it gently and pad it dry with towel and tissues or use a hairdryer.

Make sure all blood is removed from the blood tubes and avoid the use of sweet syrup based blood. 

Any unintended damage to the leg can be fixed with a silicone repair kit (sold separately)

Size: Length 34 cm with a circumference of 51cm at the thigh. The weight is 6 kg. Total weight with the plastic travel box is 7.5 kg.


MEDICFX warrants that the products supplied will be of good quality and reasonably fit for the purpose(s) mentioned in the descriptions. All products that are faulty or damaged need to be notified, with a photo of the damage, within a week after receiving the products. If the damage or fault is due to fabrication, the faulty product can be returned and repaired, replaced or refunded.
MEDICFX offers a 6-month warranty on the silicone parts of your model. With normal, gentle use no rips or tears should occur. There is no warranty on hair-work.