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Casualty simulation kits for all scenarios

When carrying out first aid and trauma training, it’s essential to make the situation that your learners are in as realistic as possible.

Casualty simulation kits can help immerse first-aiders and medical professionals in scenarios that will give them the knowledge and skills to deliver life-saving care in an emergency.

At Simulaids, we’ve been distributing high-quality casualty simulation kits, fake mounds and trauma moulage products for more than 20 years. As a result, we have the widest range of casualty simulation kits on the market, with products for every potential scenario you can imagine.

Take a look at our products below and see why we provide the best casualty simulation kits to medical providers across the UK.

Casualty simulation accessories

As well as casualty simulation kits, we sell a wide range of accessories – perfect for one-off situations or for enhancing your current casualty simulation kit.

We have individual moulage wounds as well as makeup for adding authenticity to your ‘patient’. Some of the products we have available include fake blood, ash and soot powder and liquid latex.

Check out our range; we guarantee you won’t find a better range of accessories elsewhere.

Frequently Asked Questions

Scenario-based training is often used with medical trainees, emergency response teams and first-aid responders to prepare them for emergencies, such as a terrorist attack or plane crash. In these scenarios, members of the public pretend to have injuries that medics have to identify, assess and treat.

Studies show that casualty simulation and scenario-based training help improve the learning process and give those taking part in the training confidence in their first-aid skills.

Casualty simulation kits are used to give members of the public realistic-looking injuries that help the medical professionals with their training. They contain a wide range of rubber and latex injuries that can be used time and time again, as well as special effects makeup.

Casualty simulation can also be used in smaller-scale situations to help medical and first aid staff treat different injuries and diseases. For example, a fake stoma can be used on a manikin to help medical students clean and dress this particular type of wound.

There are different casualty simulation kits available, that can be used in a variety of different situations, from basic wounds to injuries caused by weapons of mass destruction. Casualty simulation kits can range from small to large and from simple to very complex!

Depending on the type of kit you buy, it may include the following items:

  • Fractures
  • Wounds – many of the wounds can be used with blood to simulate bleeding
  • Lacerations
  • Burns
  • Bruises
  • Clots and haemorrhages
  • Fake dirt and blood
  • Makeup and accessories including grease paint, spatulas, Plexiglas and glycerin

Moulage comes from French and means to mould or to shape.

It is the art of applying fake injuries to people and can range from using makeup to simulate bruising and rashes to applying fake latex wounds to a ‘patient’s’ limbs, head or body.

Yes. The different wounds can be stuck or strapped on meaning that they can be reused as needed. Just clean with water and soap and store away ready to be used again.

The wounds can be applied to both people and manikins, meaning they can be used in a wide range of different scenarios.

We’re the leading distributor in the market, selling a wide range of medical simulation aids and training equipment across the UK.

We offer free delivery, a five-year warranty and a price match promise. If you find our casualty simulation kits cheaper elsewhere, we will match the price.