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Skills and Features


  • To help healthcare professionals and patients in the identification and staging of wounds and their probable etiologies
  • Teaching routine cleansing and dressing techniques
  • Identification and cause of wounds
  • Patient education


  • The Visual Wound Foot is modelled from an 80-year old patient
  • Made of a unique new material that permits the application and easy removal of dressings without the need to constantly cleanse the skin of residual adhesive
  • Each wound has been realistically coloured to assist in identification and cause
  • Model is made of a flexible material which allows movement of the toes for closer examination and application of dressings
  • Supplied with a positioning base for ease of use
  • The following wounds, pressure ulcers and foot abnormalities are present:
  1. Stage I pressure ulcer on the medial malleolus
  2. Stage II pressure ulcer on the lateral foot (behind the little toe on the side of the foot)
  3. Stage III pressure ulcer on the heel with infection
  4. Stage IV pressure ulcer on the lateral malleolus with exposed tendon and bone (with osteomyelitis)
  5. Stage IV pressure ulcer on the medial foot (behind the big toe) with exposed tendon and slough
  6. Suspected deep tissue injury (DTI) on top of foot – spongy when palpated
  7. Eschar (unstageable) on the lateral foot
  8. Full thickness ulcer, plantar, 1st digit, probable diabetic neuropathic etiology
  9. Callus under the 4th metatarsal phalangeal joint
  10. Amputated 2nd toe
  11. Dry gangrene of the 5th toe, due to ischaemia
  12. Interdigital maceration between the 4th and 5th toes
  13. Partial thickness wounds between 3rd and 4th toes at 1st joint
  14. Corn at base of 3rd toe
  15. Callus at tip of 3rd toe
  16. Ingrowing toenail on the medial aspect of the big toe
  17. Fungal thickened toenail on the big toe
  18. Blister on the big toe at the first joint
  19. Hammer toes - 3rd, 4th and 5th toes
  20. Skin stapled wound
Additional Information


  • Wound identification leaflet



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