TCCS 1 - Tactical Combat Casualty Care Simulator with Gunshot Wounds

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TCCS 1 - Tactical Combat Casualty Care Simulator with Gunshot Wounds

Complete simulator with gunshot wounds to enhance Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) training

The full body Tactical Casualty Care Simulator 1 (TCCS 1) offers military, government forces, medical rescue, and private security a realistic way for combat trauma care training of gunshot wound management, hemorrhage management, airway management, as well as trauma management related to the casualty’s breathing and circulation.

The TCCS 1 is highly ruggedized and water-resistant for use both outdoors in field training and indoors in a classroom setting. Tactical Combat Casualty Care training can get rough and this trauma simulator was built to last under the toughest training scenarios:
  • Simulates combat trauma injuries and gunshot wounds for training of hemorrhage management and airway control with life-like tissue
  • Full-body simulator, realistic size and weight (1,93 m/6'4" and  84 kg/185lb) with fully articulating limbs for high threat extraction training
  • Simple to operate, fully mobile and remotely controlled for realistic TCCC field training scenarios
  • Easy-to-use instructor interface tablet with simulation logs and self-diagnosis
  • Remote controlled (up to 48 m/52 yards distance): respiratory and heart rate, pulsating bleeding and arterial hemorrhage with 11 l (3-gallon) blood reservoir
Use the TCCS 1 to simulate combat trauma scenarios featuring injuries from an IED (improvised explosive device) attack followed by an ambush. Prehospital patient care in combat scenarios focuses on fast solutions for wound management, airway stabilization, and hemorrhage control.

The TCCS 1 offers the following training scenarios for combat casualty management:

Tactical Combat Casualty Care Simulation
TCCS 1 Wound Configuration Included Standard TCCC Simulation Features
Gunshot Wound Management Hemorrhage Management Airway Management Breathing and Circulation
Gunshot wound to the face causing hemic drowning Bleeding control via pressure, elevation, and pressure points Insertion of nasal & oral pharyngeal airways Bilateral and independent chest excursion

Gunshot wound to left upper arm

Apply tourniquets to control massive hemorrhage (CAT, junctional and aortic tourniquets) Advanced foreign body removal

Midclavicular and midaxillary needle decompression for tension pneumothorax

Fragment wounds to the left chest

Multiple and independent bleeding sites Suction of the airway Humeral and sternal intraosseous infusion
  Through and through wounds Perform intubation (King LT and I-Gel) Respiratory distress
  Wound packing for severely bleeding wounds External ventilation (Bag Valve Mask)  
    Cricotherotomy  


Watch the demonstration video to see the Tactical Casualty Care Simulator in action featuring management of a gunshot wound to the face causing hemic drowning:



The Tactical Casualty Care Simulator 1 is delivered with:
  • Two-way communication headset, range up to 91 m/ 100 yards
  • Instructor Control Interface Tablet, Case, Software and License
  • Rugged Carry Case
  • 113,5 l (30 gal) concentrated, simulated blood (antimicrobial, antifungal, antifreeze)
  • 2 x rechargeable batteries 18V 12A hour lithium-ion, (electrical input 110V)
Choose your wound configuration:
The TCCS simulator for Tactical Combat Casualty Care is also available with the following specific wound configurations in addition to the standard features (hemorrhage management, airway management, and advanced trauma life support).

Additional Wound Configurations of Tactical Casualty Care Simulators

TCCS 1:

Gunshot Wound Management

TCCS 2:

Major Vascular Injury

TCCS 3:

Traumatic Amputation Injuries

TCCS 4:

Multiple Traumatic Gunshot Wound and Amputation Injuries

TCCS 5:

Abdominal Wounds with Evisceration

Gunshot wound to the face causing hemic drowning Shrapnel injury to neck causing major vascular injury Traumatic amputations above left elbow, above left knee, and at upper right thigh above tourniquet line Traumatic amputation above the left elbow and the left knee

Open abdominal wound with evisceration

 

Gunshot wound to left upper arm

Oblique through-and-through gunshot wound to right groin above tourniquet line Burn, blast and fragment wounds on left side of body Fragmentation wounds to left side of the body Traumatic amputation above right wrist
 

Fragment wounds to the left chest

Gunshot wound to left thigh   Sucking chest wound (i.e. open pneumothorax) Deep avulsion of the posterior proximal right thigh
  Open tibia/ fibula fracture   Burns to the left side of the face  



Watch Mick Navin, CEO of Operative Experience, Inc. on TV using the TCCS to explain hemorrhage control techniques for "Stop the Bleed" day:

Weight 82 kg
Dimensions 192 x 70 x 30 cm
Brand Operative Experience Inc.
Item No. 1021380
MPN: TCCS1
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