59. COMPOUND FRACTURE OF FEMUR

Make sure that Replica is fitted on line of bone.Casualty should lie with injured leg appearing shorter
than the other and with foot lying on its side.Trickles of blood should be added.

60. BROKEN LACERATED JAW – OUTSIDE

Fix to left side of cheek and chin, fitting round curve of face.Cover hands with blood for further effect.
Can be used separately or in conjunction with 68.

61. PUNCTURED WOUND

Place on sole of foot, preferably on ball of foot, with large nail or spike nearby. If possible have an old
shoe with a hole in sole nearby.

62. DEEP LACERATION SHOWING MUSCLE

Attach to calf of leg with muscle portion at the top of Replica.Allow blood to run down leg into shoe and
also round side of leg when patient lies down or collapses.

63. GLASS (ACRYLIC) IN ARM 89mm

Can be attached to any part of arm.Use liquid blood freely - if wound is placed near vein a larger
quantity will be required. Scatter glass (acrylic) fragments near casualty. If desired glass can be removed
before treatment takes place by easing out the ‘lip’ at the broad end sliding out at the sharp end.

64. LACERATED ARM 89mm

Affix vertically to either outside of upper arm, just missing muscle, or on underside of forearm. If placed
on forearm,make certain wound is right way up for flow of blood when arm is raised.Allow liquid blood
to run over other hand.

65. LACERATED LEG WOUND 127mm

Place on inner or outer part of foreleg or alternatively on upper part of leg.An abundance of liquid blood
is desirable.

66. COLLES FRACTURE (WRIST)

Fix Replica to lower end of Radius with swelling over wrist but mainly on thumb side. Hand must be held
in a deformed position.

67. GRAZED SHIN

Attach to shin bone with ‘lip’ of skin at top.

68. BROKEN JAW – INSIDE

Place in mouth over own teeth. A quantity of blood should be allowed to run down chin.The loose teeth
can be held in hand close to the mouth ready for ejection at the appropriate moment.

69. SNAKE BITE – NON POISONOUS

Most appropriate position is on ankle or foot.

70. SNAKE BITE – POISONOUS

Can also be fitted to ankle or foot.As the poison is absorbed the following effects appear – weakness,
shortness of breath, faintness, nausea and vomiting followed by unconsciousness.

71. SUCKING WOUND OF CHEST

Fix in place with tape or elastic,making use of the eyelet holes.When wound is in position squeeze a
small amount of blood into the ‘hole’.Casualty must then squeeze bulb as he exhales, when blood will
spatter round the wound as if from the lungs and a sucking sound will be emitted. Show traces of blood
on free hand.

72. LARGE DEPRESSED FRACTURE OF SKULL

After placing on head allow quantities of blood to run down face and to cover hands.