CPNE Excelsior Wound Needed

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I'm looking for a wound used in the lab simulation. Any idea where to get one?

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Lunah, MSN, RN

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NC Girl BSN

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Do yourself a favor and buy the REAL wound from the EC. It will be the same one when you go take the CPNE.

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I'm actually gonna buy the real one. I'm not crafty - I'de probably cut my finger off making the darn thing and have a real wound!

Hooked on ER

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Okay, I bought the stuff to make a wound. I read that it is about 1.25 inches deep. Is this right? What are the outside demensions?

Thanks everyone!!

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Wow, you made the wound? I'm impressed. Post a picture, if you can.

fmoore723

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Okay, I bought the stuff to make a wound. I read that it is about 1.25 inches deep. Is this right? What are the outside demensions?

Thanks everyone!!

The dimensions are difficult to measure because the edges are pretty jagged but Length-wise its ~4 inches, width is ~2 1/4 inches, and depth (deepest) is ~3/4 inch.

Ive also attached a close-up picture of it. When you open it, its not that big but if you want me to email it to you send me a PM with your email address cause you can see the definition of it up close. Good luck with your wound!

Felicia

Hooked on ER

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Thanks so much to everyone! Especially fmoore723. That info is great.

I am in need of a wound for CPNE.

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fmoore723

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I dont mean this response to be rude or disrespectful in any way. But I dont think this post was meant to illicit buying or selling. We were simply informing the other student on where they can purchase or make a practice wound themselves. If this is against the terms of service, is it also against the terms of service to ask advice on where to purchase text books, etc. I simply thought you couldnt advertise your business or post that you were getting rid of/selling study materials. Thank you.

Felicia

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