Surgical Cut Suit

Surgical Cut Suit
 
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The Human Worn Partial Task Surgical Simulator (a.k.a. “Cut Suit”) is the most realistic way to simulate the look, feel and smell effects of severe traumatic events on a live human while allowing first responders and physicians to safely perform real procedures on a live human – from the point of injury, to treatment en route, and transition of care to surgical intervention.

Features Unique to the Cut Suit:
  • The system can be worn during even intensely physical scenarios at the Point of Injury (POI)
  • The system weighs approximately 35 lbs
  • Clothing, uniform, body armor, and equipment is usable over the Cut Suit
  • The system allows for interaction with a live patient during the emergency assessment and treatment process
  • The skin and organs are user repairable, allowing for multiple uses per unit
  • Interchangeable organs with variable wound patterns or pathology (internal and external hemorrhaging)
  • User created and customizable wounds

Medical Procedures Currently Available on the Cut Suit:
  • Extremity hemorrhage control with tourniquet application, arterial ligation/clamping, internal compression (wound-void packing)
  • Iliac arterial hemorrhage control
  • Surgical Cricothyroidotomy
  • Bilateral anterior and axillary chest needle thoracentesis
  • Bilateral surgical chest-tube thoracotomy
  • Suturing and stapling of skin in all locations
  • Foley catherization
  • External bladder tap
  • Thoracotomy and intra-thoracic exploratory surgery and hemorrhage control of gross organ structures
  • Laparotomy and intra-abdominal exploration and hemorrhage control of gross organ structures
  • Suturing of gross organ structures
  • Anastomosis and resection
  • Peripheral IV access