Suture pad practice
The Suture Pad is a practice pad for surgical sewing. It teaches medical students how to use needles, stitch patterns, tie knots, and close superficial and surgical wounds. They will improve their abilities, learn how to prepare a wound for sutures, learn how to use suture tools, and obtain a thorough grasp of skin anatomy. To become a highly skilled medical and dental professional, one must conduct numerous repetitions on a wide range of wound types such as epidermis, fat, muscle, and human skin imitation.
Suture Training Pads are available with different wounds, cut patterns, and skin layer depths. Students will learn how to choose the right needle and thread for the job, as well as needle insertion location, stitch spacing, burying the final knot, and stitch removal once the wound has healed.
For a realistic learning experience, the epidermal, subcutaneous, and deep fascia layers of the skin and tissue are replicated. Mesh is used to strengthen the skin layers, giving them realistic tension and strength. Suture cushions provide the needle a realistic resistance to push through while sewing.
The suture pad is composed of high-quality silicone and is meant to be reused hundreds of times. Perfectly textured pad for all ages of students in the medical industry, from beginner to advance.