Practice and demonstrate standard bandaging procedures.
The lower torso is long enough to allow carrying the bandage around the body over the uninvolved hip at the level of the iliac crest. It represents a patient in a supine position with legs slightly abducted. One leg has a below the knee amputation; the other at mid-thigh.
The Upper Torso includes two arms. One arm has an above the elbow amputation, the other above the wrist. To facilitate bandaging, both arms are slightly extended in a patient-like position. The compressibility of the material very closely duplicates actual experience with a patient.
Both the upper and lower portions are suitable for demonstrating the attachment of prosthetic devices.
Note: There is no embedded, palpable skeletal material.