Make Your Own “Precise Response” Suture Pads, Needle Insertion Pads, Wound Care and Surgical Training Aids. Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams let you make your own and offer the following advantages:
Who Uses These Materials to Make Their Own Training Aids? • Baylor Hospital, Dallas, TX • Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA • Mt. Sinai Hospital, Chicago, IL • Drexel University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA • Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY • Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL • Royal London Hospital, London, England • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
In this medical simulation video tutorial, we demonstrate how to create a silicone suture training pad using a gel-filling technique.
This video outlines how to use NOVOCS gloss and matte, and the main differences between the materials.
SLIDE® STD Liquid Surface Tension Diffuser is an additive for platinum cure silicone rubber.
There are many benefits to making your own needle insertion training pads vs. using pre-made pads.
This tutorial will show you how to create suturable vessels using Dragon Skin silicone
This video demonstration shows how to make a silicone lifecast mold of a pregnant model.
Silicone rubber and foam are applied to the mold surface to create a realistic pregnancy overlay.
Watch how a medical training model is cast in resin.
St. Luke's personnel reached out to Smooth-On to assist in providing realistic moulage wounds.
A sea life rescue foundation was in search of way to attach GPS radios to the dorsal fins of dolphins
It is simply impossible to readily discern that Guy's figures are not alive.
Jesse Rios is a researcher working with the Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke's Hospital in Houston.
Smooth-On worked with St. Luke's Hospital for this Avalanche Disaster Simulation Event