6-Layer Subcuticular Suture Pad - Light Skin
The 6-layer RealLayer Simulated Tissue Pad combines several layers that mimic closely what one would find in a real abdominal wall. The layers are reinforced to tolerate tension and pulling while suturing and practicing other procedures. 
  • Training Applications: Subcuticular suture patterns (best for vertical continuous Sub-Q pattern), suturing, knot security & burying.  Also can support training on mole biopsy, mole removal and skin reconstruction techniques.
  • Six layer simulated tissue with layers representing:
    • Skin
      • Epidermis
      • Dermis
    • Sub-cutaneous
    • External Fascia
    • Muscle
    • Internal Fascia
  • Designed for practicing the following suture patterns:
    • Skin
      • Simple Interrupted
      • Simple Continuous
      • Cruciate
      • Interlocking
      • Near-Far-Far-Near
      • Vertical Mattress
      • Horizontal Mattress
      • Intradermal suture pattern
    • Sub-Cutaneous
      • Simple continuous
        • Best for vertical continuous Sub-Q pattern
      • External Fascia
        • Simple Interrupted
        • Simple Continuous
        • Cruciate
        • Tension Relieving Patterns
      • Muscle
        • Can be used to practice closing dead space. Similar to actual muscle does not hold suture well
      • Internal Fascia – similar to the internal fascia of the body wall does not hold suture well
        • Simple Interrupted
        • Simple Continuous
        • Cruciate
        • Tension Relieving Patterns
  • Used for both medical and veterinary surgeon training, as well as training for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners.
  • Practice stitch capacity of up to 1,500 stitches
  • Multilayer Includes: Skin, Subcutaneous, Fascia, Muscle, Fascia
  • Non-toxic, Non-hazardous Silicone Mixtures
  • No Special Storage Needs
  • Special orders can be placed.
  • Size: 8.0 x 11.0 cm
  • Color: Light Skin Tone with Mole
Volume purchase discount: Buy 50 or more, get 10% more free.

$43.50



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