39. SPIRIT GUM

For attaching the replicas.

40. LACERATED THROAT WOUND

Apply vertically to throat. A handkerchief soaked with liquid blood adds effect.

41. SCALD OF KNEE

Place immediately over ankle bone, with blister under bone and across top of foot.The area around the
replica should be reddened.

42. LONG DEPRESSED FRACTURE OF SKULL

Use as close to the scalp as possible.

43. LACERATED FINGER (With liquid blood)

A length of tubing is provided so that, with the tube hidden between the fingers and the bottle in the
hand, blood can be made to drip from finger end.

44. FROST BITE OF TOES

Greater realism will be achieved by using an old boot or shoe from which the cap can be cut off showing
the rotted toes.

45. FACE BURNS

Place large burn on cheek, with small burn on chin and the long one over the line of the eyebrow.

46. SIMPLE SCRATCH

Can be used on hands, arms or legs

47. FRACTURE OF TWO RIBS

Place on line of bone.The most likely ribs to fracture are 5 – 9. to simulate Compound Fracture of Ribs,
the use of frothy blood capsules adds realism.

48. BOILS (4)

Place on back of neck or on face.When on back of neck, hold head slightly forward and a little to one
side to give a more realistic effect.

49. CRUSHED TOES

Again, realism will be achieved by use of an old shoe.

50. ATOMIC FLASH BURN

Attach to the shoulder of the patient so that the un-burned strip covers the natural line of a shoulder
strap.

51. DAMAGE TO EYE

Place a small piece of tissue over tightly closed eye before adhering replica.Allow a considerable
quantity of blood to run down patient’s face and on the hand which would automatically be raised to
the face.Make up for severe shock.

52. SMALL SIMPLE FRACTURE

Make sure replica is placed in line with bone, preferably Tibia or Radius.

53. SHOTGUN WOUND

Place on flat surface of back in line with backbone.

54. LARGE VARICOSE VEIN (with liquid blood)

Place on leg so that the vein on replica appears to run into vein on leg. Tubing can be hidden by sock
and led up to bottle in patients hand.

56. MOUTH FROTHING CAPSULES (12)

An added asset to indicate haemorrhage of the lungs.

58. IMITATION LIQUID BLOOD “WET”TYPE

For use with continuous bleeding. (If these bloods should congeal in cold weather,warm the bottle
before using)