At the Simulation Center, we have a multitude of resources to assist in caregiver education. If there is an area that your team needs more training in, please contact us to see what resources we have that may help you facilitate your teaching experiences.
We have an extensive collection of high- and low-fidelity simulators and task training equipment available for use. This equipment helps to provide the realistic scenario environments that are developed and designed based on the individual needs of our clients.
Our equipment includes:
With variable airway resistance, METIman offers risk-free practice of nasal and endotracheal intubation procedures and cricothyrotomy as well as defibrillation, pacing and CPR. METIman has bilateral chest movement, and responds to needle thoracentesis and chest tube placement.
SimMan™ offers you the ability to provide simulation education to challenge and test your learners’ critical thinking and clinical decision making skills during realistic scenarios with adult patients.
Designed to meet the training requirements for medical emergencies, the ALS simulator responds to clinical interventions and targets key learning objectives including CPR, ACLS, NBC, trauma, bleeding control and first aid. By incorporating consistent simulation scenarios available on SimStore, instructors can easily integrate simulation into their clinical training curriculums helping learners make and correct their clinical errors without adverse consequences.
Medical professionals need the same level of confidence and experience in treating children that they have for treating adults. Simulation training utilizing SimJunior will help build confidence and prepare health providers for the complex and diverse clinical situations facing them.SimJunior allows learners to practice a broad range of pediatrics skills.
SimBaby™ offers you the ability to provide pediatric clinical scenarios through a life-like, fully customizable simulator. Educational experiences can span from general assessments to complex patient management.
AirMan offers the capability of presenting a multitude of difficult airway situations. AirMan helps meet the training needs of difficult airway management for hospital and prehospital care providers.
Rush Susie from the accident scene to the ER, to the ICU and on to recovery while care providers diagnose and treat her condition using real monitoring and resuscitation devices. Control Susie at distances up to 300 meters and between rooms and floors of conventional buildings. Susie smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless PC.
Noelle™ offers the ability to provide simulation education during encounters with obstetric patients. She can simulate multiple labor and delivery complications to provide realistic education. A fully customizable software interface aids in creating life-like scenarios for learners.
Realistic size and weight, tetherless connectivity, airway, chest rise, cyanosis, pre-recorded sounds and a variety of other features make for highly realistic scenarios. Standard features include active eyes with programmable blink rate, pupil size and pupil reaction time as well as cyanosis and convulsions.
Standard features include active eyes with programmable blink rate, pupil size and pupil reaction time as well as cyanosis and convulsions.
Newborn HAL® allows learners’ to challenge and test critical thinking and clinical decision making skills involving neonatal patients. This simulator provides neonatal resuscitation training through a wide array of interventions. Software programming allows for a customized learning experience.
Train to care for compromised newborns.
Ultimate Hurt is a trauma and extrication manikin with three interchangeable heads. He comes with a wide range of trauma wound modules to enhance scenarios.
This Lumbar Puncture Simulator has been designed to enhance formal LP procedural skills training and assessment.
This pediatric lumbar puncture trainer simulates a two week old baby that can be positioned either lateral or decubitus. The body form is anatomically correct with a partial iliac crest and umbilicus. The replaceable tissue has L3 – L5 vertebrae with a partial sacrum and the gluteal crest. Each tissue includes a spinal cord filled with simulated CSF and the epidural venous plexus filled with simulated blood.
The Neonatal Intubation Trainer allows teaching of intubation skills on the newborn baby.
CentraLineMan™ offers learners the opportunity to practice a wide range of subclavian, supraclavicular and internal jugular approaches. The user of this simulator will encounter anatomically correct landmarks, experience natural resistance, and natural flashback of blood.
This lifelike model of the human torso is equipped with a detachable right arm designed for the insertion, care, and removal of common long- term vascular access devices.
The most realistic ultrasound central line mannequin available. Cast from a live human while the internal anatomy is based on digital human files. This ultra-durable ultrasound simulator incorporates all of the anatomy required to teach, learn and practice the skills associated with central line placement and was designed for both ultrasound guided and blind insertion procedural training. Our self-healing tissue withstands tremendous use. This model offers clinicians the most life-like training environment. Perform complete central line placements of the internal jugular and subclavian vein – including needles, guidewires, dilation and threading of catheters.
The Arterial/Venous Training Arm provides both venous and arterial vascular access. An arterial pulse is generated at the radial and brachial locations through a peristaltic pump, providing realistic arterial stick and AV anastomosis / hemodialysis exercises.
Excellent training platform for teaching and learning ultrasound guided thoracentesis as well as placing large and small bore chest tubes without ultrasound guidance.
Excellent for ultrasound guided paracentesis training. The superb realism helps users to identify appropriate anatomy and to guide needle and catheter placements. Uncompromising quality allows users to utilize the model repeatedly without the high costs of replacing disposable parts. Use thousands of times. This training platform has an optional femoral nerve and vessel ultrasound tissue module for ultrasound guided regional anesthesia and vascular access training.
VIMEDIX is a ground-breaking echocardiography training platform that offers on-demand learning without risk to live patients. Using computer-generated echo simulation, VIMEDIX teaches learners how to perform cardiac echo imaging procedures and interpret the scanned ultrasound images.
The PROMPT Birthing Simulator – Force Monitoring includes the force monitoring baby which is fitted with an electronic strain gauge allowing for the measurement of force applied to the baby as it is delivered.
Torso task trainer designed for instruction in the care of patients with respiratory conditions and the practice of gastrointestinal care procedures via nasal and oral access.
The TraumaMan® System is an anatomical human body form designed for students to practice several of the surgical procedures taught in the surgical skills training. This model is approved for use in ATLS. The TraumaMan System includes at least four areas for practicing surgical skills: abdomen, chest, neck, angle base.
Procedural skills that can be simulated include:
The Elbow Joint Injection Trainer is used for practicing soft tissue joint injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.
The Hand/Wrist Joint Injection Trainer is an articulated model of the hand and wrist used for practicing soft tissue joint injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.
The Shoulder for Joint Injection Trainer is used for practicing soft tissue joint injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.
The 12 Lead Arrhythmia Simulator simulates electrical capture with your external pacer. Waveforms for pacing include: Sinus Brady (two), 1st degree A-V block, 2nd degree type I A-V block, 2nd degree type II A-V block, 2nd degree type II A-V block with PVCs, and 3rd degree A-V block.
GlideScope Video Laryngoscope(GVL) – one color, one black and white
SurgicalSIM® Virtual Reality provides a expandable surgical platform available with advanced life-like surgical anatomy and suturing and knot-tying exercises. Its ability to record the learner’s performance during each session offers immediate review and feedback for developing surgical skills.
Use in Conjunction with your Broselow/Hinkle Pediatric Emergency System (AE-4700).
A-SMART Premier Key Locking 2-Tone Aluminum Carts.
The Zoll M Series has everything you need for cardiac resuscitation: fast, easy to use defibrillation using synchronized cardioversion, external pacing, ECG with advanced monitoring, built-in AC or DC power, and an integrated information management system.
The M-series can be configured in a variety of ways:
The Resuscitaire® radiant warmer is designed for use in the nursery, and in labor and delivery.
The BiPAP Vision System offers a low cost alternate form of sub-acute therapy for patients and may eliminate the need for intubation in appropriate candidates. The integrated display screen uses easy-to-read real time graphics in waveforms or bar scale format to provide enhanced monitoring for caregivers. Auto-Trak Sensitivity™, ensures optimum sensitivity despite changing breathing patterns or circuit leaks.
Corded handset with battery status indicator. The lightweight handset is colorful, easy to use and can be secured and operated on either the side bars or the end of the head/leg section. The handset also features a practical battery status indicator. Mattress can be affixed to the table. The acrylic capped ABS top and base prevents ingress of fluid, is hard wearing, scratch-resistant and easy to clean. The mattress spans the break ensuring better patient support. A standby control panel is located on the top of the column. This enables full use of the table in the event of handset loss or battery failure. Ergonomically designed foot pedals.
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