Combat & Casualty Care

Q1 2017

Military Magazines in the United States and Canada, Covering Combat and Casualty Care, first responders, rescue and medical products programs and news\Tactical Defense Media

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toll free 1.866.839.3455 email: © 2017 Innovative Tactical Training Solutions. All rights reserved. COMBAT MEDICAL SIMULATION LABORATORY The ITTS Combat Medical Simulations Laboratory (CMSL), with Environmental Control structure, is a fully configurable, dynamic, training venue. Simultaneous integration of multiple ITTS products and devices, create environmentally realistic scenario settings. From point of injury care, to mass-casualty triage, and complex medical/surgical case management, the CMSL provides the capability to train appropriate personnel in a safe and reproducible environment. • Multi-purpose, freestanding structure designed for use in a warehouse or hanger. • Structure dimensions: 54' L X 24' X 10' H • Includes an overhead catwalk (with 3 access staircases) allowing cadre an uninterrupted view of simulation rooms and student's performance. • Fully configurable structure with sliding and hinged walls to meet unique training scenarios. • A 1' x 1' grate floor drain in the center hallway facilitates easy clean up. • Training pause switch in the hallway. • Emergency shut-off next to all outside doors. • Multiple brilliant LED light assemblies to create avariety of lighting conditions. (Colors: amber, red, blue and white) • Smoke/fogger • Loudspeaker system that links with audio input controller (allows cadre total control of audio tracks/sound effects, volume, channel selection, etc.) • Access to center hallway • Center room walls hinged to create a variety of simulated rooms. FEATURES All RoomS EqUippEd wiTh ThE Following FEATURES: ExAmplE conFigURATionS • Care Under Fire room • Tactical Field Care room • TACEVAC room • Helo loading/unloading area • TRIAGE area • Operating room/suite • Hospital ward (Artist's rendering - not final product)

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