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Features anatomically accurate female with female voice. Injury locations based on US Army study suggesting females who suffer penetrating injuries to chest, abdomen, pelvis have higher mortality rates than male colleagues with injuries in similar locations. TAMikin® is developed, and manufactured, by North American Rescue Simulation and enhances Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) instruction from Point of Injury to transfer of higher care. This all-in-one system allows instructors to build multiple realistic traumatic casualty scenarios with reactive patients. A 1-year warranty is included with each TAMIkin®. TAMikin® is designed for classroom integration, trauma lanes and field training scenarios. Multiple appendage options present a variety of wounds including gunshot, blast and burns to provide full mission profiles in combat scenarios, disaster re-creations and mass casualty events. Features female anatomy and voice. Wounds are in sensitive areas requiring providers to expose and treat life-threatening injuries. Sucking Chest Wound Features anterior GSW entry under left breast with mid-axillary exit. Actively bleeds from both locations. Anterior wound mixes with air from onboard compressor to create bubbling bleeding effect. Supports chest seal application and pleural needle decompression. Packable GSW to Groin Features GSW anterior entry lateral of vulva with gluteal exit. Wounds present with peripheral wound site ecchymosis, exposed sub-q fat layer and muscle striation. Entry wound is packable and responds to both peripheral and junctional tourniquet application and femoral pressure point application. **This wound is interchangeable with other TOMM platforms GSW Leg Features through-through GSW to leg above the knee. Entry wound presents with small entrance hole with circular powder burn. Exit wound has exposed fat and wound site ecchymosis. Variable bleeding rate. Responds to both peripheral and junctional tourniquet application and femoral pressure point application. **This wound is interchangeable with other TOMM platforms. Can be used as an impaled object using steel rebar, or wooden stake. TAMikin® Wiresless Control The NARS tablet enables the operator to control all TAMikin’s features, to include, bleeding, breathing, multiple voice tracks, pulse rates, pulse pressure and realistic responses to responder interventions. The NARS tablet is a ruggedized tablet that communicates with multiple NARS devices via Bluetooth to ZigBee relay. Features trainee evaluation checklists, preset and scenario-builder software.


Training Scenarios:

  • Military (Point of Injury through transfer of care)
  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care (Levels 1 - 4)
  • Extrication / Technical Rescue
  • Structural collapse
  • High Angle
  • Confined Space
  • EMS (BLS - ALS)
  • Rescue Task Force
  • Active Shooter

Medical Procedures Supported:

  • Tourniquets (proximal, junctional, and abdominal tourniquets)
  • Active bleeding controllable by direct pressure on anatomical pressure points
  • Wound packing with realistic bleeding control
  • Nasopharyngeal and oral airways, supraglottic airway insertion and endotracheal intubation
  • Surgical airway with realistic bleeding and tissue dissection. 35 operative sites included
  • Bilateral Needle decompression at either 2nd/3rd intercostal (mid-clavicular), or 5th/6th intercostal (mid-axillary) locations ** Both intercostal and mid-axillary decompression sites available upon order request (additional charges apply)
  • Realistic chest seal application & adhesion
  • CPR chest compressions
  • Pelvic binder application
  • Chest Tube capable (bilateral, all models) ** Must be requested at the time of order
  • IO (sternal & humoral) and antecubital IV access on uninjured upper extremities
  • Packable evisceration (separate wearable moulage piece)

Environment Specs:

  • Operating: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F) MIL-STD-810G, Method 501.5 Procedure II
  • Storage: -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) MIL-STD-810G, Method 501.5/502.5 Procedure I
  • Drop / Shock: 26 drops from 1.2 m (4 ft) MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6 Procedure IV
  • Vibration: MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6 Procedures I, II
  • Sand / Dust: IP65, IEC 60529
  • Water: IP65, IEC 60529
  • Humidity: 0 ~ 95% (non-condensing) MIL-STD-810G, Method 507.5
  • Altitude: 4572 m (15.000 ft) MIL-STD-810G, Method 500.5 Procedure I


  • Dimensions: L 8.8 in. x W 5.7 in. x D 0.9 in.
  • Weight: 2.18 lbs
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® N3710 1.60 GHz (2.56 GHz boost) 64-bit quad-core
  • 8” capacitive multi-touch 1280×800 pixels
  • Sunlight readable, 600 nits Glove/rain mode
  • Chemically strengthened glass
  • Battery: 7.6V 5200 mAh (39.52 Wh) Hot-swappable


  • Weight: 150 - 170 lbs
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ManufacturerNorth American Rescue
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