medical silicone applications

How to use

Introduction

Healthcare professionals perform their work in a complex and highly dynamic environment. They are expected to provide high quality and consistent care to their clients, even under heavy workload.

The quality of the training and further education of nursing professionals is crucial for the care of the client. A realistic and practical training is the key to obtaining the necessary skills.

That is why Facetmedi Medical Wholesale is proud of the development of the Medical Silicone Applications and Patient Simulation Suit.

With the Medical Silicone Applications and Patient Simulation Suit you have the opportunity to reduce the gap between theory and practice. Facetmedi Medical Wholesale believes that (future) employees can better prepare for the demands of client care with the Patient Simulation Suit.

The Patient Simulation Suit is particularly suitable for training and development of nursing and related social skills at all levels of health and care facilities, from nursing assistants to medical students. In addition, with the Patient Simulation Suit you have the opportunity to explain to the client the measures to be carried out.

The Patient Simulation Suit can be worn by men and women over the age of 16, with a body length of up to approx. 200 cm and a clothing size of 38 to 58.

The measures

The following measures can be practiced and practically tested with the Patient Simulation Suit or the appropriate Medical Silicone application:

  • Comprehensive injection

  • Catheterization

  • Bladder irrigation

  • Attach condom catheters

  • Wound care

  • Measures related to suprapubic catheters

  • Measures Related to PEG Probes – MIC-KEY Button

  • Ostomy Care

  • Administration of enemas

  • Introducing rectal cannulas

  • Administration of rectiols

  • Colonic irrigation

  • Treat the Patient Simulation Suit in the same way you would treat a client with care and attention.

The items

The applications are, with the exception of the abdominal application, provided with a metallized silicone back and are easily attached to the jumpsuit with magnets. The internal bags are also easily attached to the jumpsuit via coupling systems …

The Patient Simulation Suitcase consists of the following items:

  • Suit

  • Application abdomen

  • Application with a female and a male genital

  • Application with a (decubitus) wound

  • Application with an injection site

  • Application with anus

  • Internal bags and coupling systems

Suit

The jumpsuit can be worn by men and women with a body length of up to approx. 200 cm and a clothing size of 38 to 58.

Application abdomen

The following measures can be performed on the abdominal application:

  • Subcutaneous injection

  • Measures related to suprapubic catheters

  • Measures related to PEG probes and MIC-KEY buttons

  • Ostomy Care

Application with a female and a male genital

The following measures can be carried out on the application with a male and a female genitalia:

  • Catheterization man

  • Catheterization woman

  • Attach condom catheters

  • Application with a (decubitus) wound

  • At the application with the (decubitus) wound measures for the treatment of a decubitus wound can be carried out.

Application with an injection site

Intramuscular injections may be administered to the injection site application.

Application with anus

The following measures can be carried out via the anus application:

  • Administration of enemas

  • Colonic irrigation

  • Introducing rectal cannulas

  • Internal bags and coupling systems

  • The internal bags and coupling systems are used for proper and leak-proof execution of the measures.

The measures in detail

  • Subcutaneous injection

  • Intramuscular injection

  • Catheterization man

  • Catheterization woman

  • Bladder irrigation

  • Attach condom catheters

  • Wound care

  • Measures related to suprapubic catheters

  • Measures Related to PEG Probes – MIC-KEY Buttons

  • Ostomy Care

  • Administration of enemas

  • Introducing rectal cannulas

  • Colonic irrigation

  • Administration of rectiols

Subcutaneous injection

Subcutaneous injection can be performed on the abdominal application.

Intramuscular injection

Intramuscular injection can be carried out at the application of the thigh or the buttocks.

Catheterization man

The measures for catheterization of the man can be performed on the application of the male external genitalia.

Catheterization woman

The measures for catheterization of the woman can be performed on the application of the female external genitalia.

Bladder irrigation

Bladder irrigation may be performed on the application of the male or female external genitalia.

Attach condom catheters

Condom catheters can be attached to the application of the male external genitalia.

Wound care

Wound care procedures can be performed on the rump and thigh application.

Measures related to suprapubic catheters

The measures associated with suprapubic catheters can be performed on the abdominal application.

Measures related to PEG probes and MIC-KEY buttons

The measures in connection with PEG probes and MIC-KEY buttons can be performed on the abdominal application.

Ostomy Care

The measures related to the stoma care can be performed on the abdominal application.

Administration of enemas

Enema can be administered through the anus, which is part of the application with a male or female outer genital.

Introducing rectal cannulas

Rectal cannulas can be inserted over the anus, which is part of the application with a male or female external genital.

Colonic irrigation

Intestinal irrigation can be done via the anus, which is part of the application with a male or female external genital.

Administration of rectiols

Rectiols can be administered through the anus, which is part of the application with a male or female external genital.

General comments

Washing instructions

The Patient Simulation Suit can be washed at 40 ° C or chemically cleaned.

The applications can be cleaned with water, for stubborn stains with soap. If an application is wet, wipe it dry with a cloth before storing it.

Please follow the above instructions when cleaning the Patient Simulation Suit and applications.

The internal bag

The internal bags can be uncoupled to empty them.

The measures

The measures may only be carried out on the intended applications. Facetmedi is not responsible if the measures on the Patient Simulation Suit are not carried out correctly.

The use of silicone spray or lubricant

Always use a water-based silicone spray or lubricant if necessary to insert catheters or other devices.

Also note that repeatedly sterilized or older catheters may have a diameter deviation. Therefore, we recommend trying several catheters to find a suitable size.

Magnets in the Patient Simulation Suit: warnings and tips

Read warnings and tips for safe use

Swallow

Children can swallow small magnets.

If multiple magnets have been swallowed, they can become lodged in the intestines and cause life-threatening complications.

Magnets are not a toy! Always keep magnets out of the reach of children.

Electric conductivity

Magnets are made of metal and conduct electricity.

Children might try to plug magnets into a power outlet and be electrocuted.

Magnets are not a toy! Always keep magnets out of the reach of children.

Pacemaker

Magnets can affect the performance of pacemakers and implanted defibrillators.

Pacemakers could be switched to the test function and cause discomfort.

Defibrillators may become inoperative if necessary.

Warn the wearers of such equipment that they should not be near magnets.

Magnetic field

Magnets create a far-reaching, strong magnetic field. This may damage, among other things, televisions, laptops, cell phones, computer hard drives, credit and debit cards, digital storage media, mechanical watches, hearing aids and speakers.

Keep magnets away from any equipment or devices that may be damaged by strong magnetic fields.

Nickel allergy

Magnets include nickel.

Some people are allergic to nickel.

Permanent contact with nickel-containing objects can cause nickel allergy.

Avoid permanent skin contact with magnets.

Avoid using magnets if you suffer from a nickel allergy.

Airmail

Shipment by airmail

Magnetic fields from improperly packaged magnets can interfere withsorting devices and damage delicate goods in other packages. Inform the parcel service according to the regulations, with which they transport the Medical Simulation Suit.

Oxidation, corrosion, rust

Most of our magnets have a thin coating of nickel-copper-nickel to protect against corrosion. This coating provides reliable protection against corrosion, but is not sufficiently durable to allow for permanent outdoor use.

Use the magnets indoors only in a dry environment or additionally protect the magnets from environmental factors.

Impact on people

Magnetic fields of permanent magnets have no positive or negative effect on humans according to the current state of knowledge. A health hazard from the magnetic field of permanent magnets is unlikely, but can not be completely ruled out.