Decubitus Treatment Model LM-078
This model is a reproduction of decubitus (a bedsore) on the sacral region shown in separate stages (Stage Ⅰ to Ⅳ). It can be fitted to a human or a training model.
- Six layers of skin are used to represent Stage I to IV to enable understanding of the classification of each stage.
- The skin is mode of silicone rubber for an appearance and texture that is similar to that of the human body.
- All six skins can be layered on together and peeled off one by one to show the progression of decubitus at a glance. (Picture-card style)
- Ointment can be applied and surgical treatment can be performed.
* Do not apply ointment to the fitting holder. The surface paint may peel off.
Classification of Each Stage
Circumscribed skin flare
No changes to pale skin by pressure
No injury on epidermis
Partial defect of skin including epidermis and dermis
Blister and erosion are observed
Defect reach to subcutaneous tissue
Sometimes pocket is formed
Deep defect down to the muscle, bone and support tissue
Pocket is formed, and sometimes surgery is required for the treatment
|Stage Ⅰ Skin (flare)||1|
|Stage Ⅱ Skin (blister)||1|
|Stage Ⅱ Skin (epidermolysis)||1|
|Stage Ⅲ Skin (decubitus with white necrotic tissue)||1|
|Stage Ⅲ Skin (decubitus with black necrotic tissue)||1|
|Stage Ⅳ Skin (decubitus with expos ed bone)||1|
|Size||Approx. 18(L) × 22(W) × 5(H) cm|
|Weight||Approx. 1.4 kg|
|Materials||Holder: Urethane foam