Casualty Simulation

The use of various substances—e.g., mortician’s wax, vaseline, greasepaint—to achieve a verisimilitude to actual wounds for demonstration purposes
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Artefacts from military campaigns will be used to tell the stories of Welshmen hurt in the line of duty to demonstrate casualty simulation and first aid techniques.
The college's Baltic Campus hosted an emergency training exercise by the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) And students working towards a career in the emergency and armed services were invited to help out with the mass casualty simulation.
In casualty simulation exercises, he pretends to have been the victim of an explosion or multiple pile-up.
Storytime sessions and songs will be held for the younger ones, YKids youth group will be performing casualty simulation and street games, and emergency services will be about to show the inside of their armoured van.
John Ambulance volunteer 'casualty simulation' team members with full make-up and other pre-scripted visible and hidden symptoms also took part in the drill to test the field responders' assessment of each patient's condition.
civilian casualty simulation technology - where there are no business overlaps likely to lead to a dominant market position.
Rebecca, 24, from Newcastle, has recently been in Camp Buehring in Kuwait working in the Casualty Simulation Training Tent to improve soldiers' medical knowledge.