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1 Warning: Graphic pictures are following… and they are all made out of homemade recipes… Want more info? Haley Rich:

2 Things We Consider First Victim comfort –We confirm there are no known allergies. –Gets pale? We stop and remove moulage. –Victim always has a mirror during application. –We constantly ask if they are alright. Any hesitancy? We stop and remove moulage. –All items needed for moulage are ready before seating victim. ! ! ! !

3 Items We Use… Fiber Therapy

4 Items We Use Schkin Cornstarch Petroleum Jelly Cocoa Coagulated Blood Mechanics Grease Blue and Red Food Coloring –2 parts red to 1 part blue

5 Items We Use Medium Blood Honey, Corn Syrup, or Red Dish Soap with Blue and Red Food Coloring (2 parts red to 1 part blue)

6 Items We Use Thin Blood Commercial Liquid Starch with Water –Red and Blue Food Coloring Bruise Powder Carpenters Chalk –Pink, blue (mixed)

7 Examples of Moulage Laceration: Build up schkin and bruise with powder and road rash. Cut schkin (with blunt edge tool). Apply coagulated blood. Medium blood in and all over injury.

8 Examples of Moulage Stomach Impalement: Build up schkin and bruise with chalk and road rash. Place impalement. Put coagulated blood around impalement, and medium blood all over injury.

9 Examples of Moulage Ruptured bowel: Use the directions for an impalement on the stomach. Fill a condom with prepared oatmeal. Press condom over impalement and squeeze.

10 Road Rash Red, black lipstick Pond Filter/Sponge Slide in angles Little bit of schkin with gravel

11 Lacerations Schkin –Petroleum jelly, cocoa, cornstarch –Red lipstick –Coagulated blood –Medium blood –Thin blood on site

12 Impalements Same as lacerations Impale object –Plastic shard –Medium blood

13 Compound Fractures Same as lacerations Impale bone –Chicken –Rib Cotton Red lipstick Rubber bands Coffee stirrers

14 Step by Step Examples of basic moulage –Road rash –Laceration –Impalement –Blisters

15 Road Rash Pond filter/sponge dipped in red lipstick. In most home improvement stores.

16 Schkin On Road Rash

17 Schkin Smoothing Petroleum jelly on fingertips allows ease in smoothing.

18 Schkin Smoothing The goal is to make the edges of the schkin blend with the skin.

19 Laceration in Schkin Coagulated blood applied with a craft stick.

20 Laceration Medium and thin blood would be applied at the exercise site.

21 Impalement We just gently insert the impalement into the schkin.

22 Impalement Idea Those flimsy plastic covers for pastries at meetings, etc.? They make excellent fake glass shards!

23 More Impalement Ideas Plastic pop bottle top Bones and used shards. See the thin blood?

24 Orbital We apply a band aid over the eye area, then schkin. We only do this simulated injury on people we know and trust.

25 Orbital This flimsy plastic tool is great! And smooth out the edges. The white tool is actually an icing spreader and available at most craft stores. We gently create the orbital.

26 Orbital We apply coagulated blood on the orbital.

27 Orbital We would apply the medium and light bloods once the victim is placed for the exercise.

28 Orbital This is one of our most dramatic examples of moulage!

29 Examples of Moulage Burn/Blisters : Mix fiber therapy with warm water to consistency of applesauce. Place mixture. Apply road rash around injury. Fill syringe with petroleum jelly, squirt blisters into base. Bruise with powder and add a little blood. Dust with fireplace ash.

30 Fiber Therapy With Warm Water Pour on quickly! It is like applesauce and then sets up!

31 Smooth Out Using water, we smooth to about 1/8 thickness.

32 Let It Dry When none stays on the fingertips (test), it is ready for the next step.

33 Making Blisters We place the tip of a syringe filled with petroleum jelly under the fiber therapy and push…

34 Blisters … making simulated blisters.

35 Blisters It holds up well!

36 Blisters Then we tap on medium blood…

37 Blisters … and a little ash!

38 Creative Injuries

39 We use coffee stirrers and rubber bands to simulate veins and tendons.

40 Base for Bullet Through and Through A pencil eraser works well with petroleum jelly. Then just fray the exit part of the injury.

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50 Simulation-Conclusion We conclude our training by assigning an incident to each team. An Evaluator (usually an Instructor) monitors the teams as they create simulations.

51 Simulation-Conclusion Teams create scenarios based on their incident and role play.

52 Simulation-Conclusion This is their final and it is usually a blast!

53 Hope You Enjoyed! Haley Rich Teen CERT - SERT Slide Show: Moulage Slide Show: Many thanks to the Arapahoe County Sheriffs Office and Community Emergency Response Team, Pueblo West High School, and John Scott! Homemade kits: Sue Campbell


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