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Theatrical Blood Effects for Realistic Casualty Simulation: Part 4

In part 3 of this series we covered some important elements to keep in mind for maintaining high realism results when selecting and using theatrical bloods in your casualty simulation event or training exercise. You may want to review the previous blog installment that talks about the three essential requisites for realistic portrayal, as well […]

Casualty Simulation Moulage Gains Growing Recognition

Moulage is fast becoming a more widely recognized and utilized form of makeup theatrics for staging high fidelity visual drama in casualty simulation trauma. Moulage is actually a collective term to describe the techniques in creation and application of simulated injuries for real to-the-eye training in clinical/battlefield medical case scenarios.

Moulage has its roots in […]

Casualty Simulation Moulage Challenges

Many first responder medical personnel often comment on the challenges they continually encounter to hone or upgrade their skill sets through professional casualty simulation instruction, application, and performance. This is largely due to funding deficits and/or lack of access to higher value educational resources and qualified schooling. As such, their field training exercises often fall […]

Moulage Makeup for Casualty Simulation, Part 2

In Part 1 of this series I talked about what moulage is and its important mission in today’s military casualty simulation training environments. Moulage is also a didactic element in training civilian EMS providers and frequently utilized in their EMS testing environments for certification courses.

High fidelity moulage techniques and materials are becoming more in […]

Moulage Makeup for Casualty Simulation, Part 1

I was pleasantly surprised to find a page in Wikipedia recently on the term “moulage” recently. Moulage is actually a French word with a Latin root translated to mean casting or molding in three dimensional form. It goes on to reference moulage as the art utilizing mock or injury simulations for the purpose of training […]