I have been running a post-partum hemmorhage scenario with my students for a number of times so far this year. I have been making a post-partum fundus and blood clots with the recipes I received from a conference I attended in January. I actually have an eggplant shaped mold that I pour the jello in to make the shape of a post-partum fundus. After I take the jello out of the mold, I place it in a zip-lock bag and bring it to school and place it in the refrigerator. To set up SimMan, I use wigs, glasses with eyes, etc. to make "him" a "her" and then place two spandex pants on "her" and place the mold in the zip-lock bag between the spandex pants so the students have something to massage. The blood clots are placed on Chux under SimMan prior to and during the scenario. The problem is that the mold breaks down after the students have massaged it so many times. I am getting tired of having to make new molds! Does anyone know of a "permanent" fundus that would work in this way or a recipie for a "permanent" fundus mold using different materials than jello? I was considering a bean-bag, but I haven't found one big enough so I thought a dressmaker could sew one shaped in the size of a post-partum fundus and stuff it with some massageable material. I would appreciate any of your learned thoughts!