VATA’s Seymour II Wound Care ModelOrangeTie
Created by VATA, an Oregon based creator of anatomical healthcare models, the Seymour II Wound Care Model provides the best in wound care practice and education. This realistic molded model is perfect for improving nursing skills and can be used to demonstrate wound cleansing, classification, and staging as well as the measurement of wounds. Additionally, all NPWT devices can be used on the Seymour model.
Seymour II is one of VATA’s most popular wound care models and was molded from a 74-year-old woman. Available in both light and dark pigments, this incredibly life-like model displays the following conditions: Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3 with tunneling, subcutaneous fat, and slough, Deep Stage 4 with exposed bone, undermining, tunneling, subcutaneous fat, eschar, deep tissue pressure injury, dehisced wound, and slough. Hand painted with amazing detail, this model allows for the application of negative pressure wound therapy dressings—the dehisced wound will even begin to partially close when negative wound therapy is applied.
“This is a great tool for wound care educators,” said VATA President Andrew Call. “The positioning of the wounds even allows for multiple dressings to be displayed and practiced at the same time.”