San Diego, CA- Phokus Research Group, known for life-saving innovations and logistics, has recently been granted a patent for their Wound Cube Wound Simulator. The instructional tool utilizes unique features that make teaching wound packing more accessible, easy to understand and practice.

The Wound Cube features an innovative design with five large, lifelike wound patterns that provide students with various training options. The transparent, soft silicone cube ensures students are utilizing proper wound packing techniques, and the compact design allows for easy transportability and storage.

“To have the Wound Cube, a product that helps to save lives, verified to be unique enough that it deserves a patent is something that everyone at Phokus is very proud of”, said Christopher Bush, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

At Phokus, our mission for over 15 years has been to serve America and its allies with innovative, high-quality solutions. We are dedicated to excellence in three core segments: Products, Logistics, and Integrations. For further insights into Phokus Research, please visit

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