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Best practice simulation during team training means not just going through the motions, but performing together with the time running. Just because you have learned to perform a skill does not mean that you can perform it well when working together with others in time critical situations. These resuscitation simulators bring crucial aspects to the fore with accurate real time feedback on the entire crew's full skills performance, including timings, critical events, and coordination. You see how it all influences the condition of the patient. Debriefing gives you objective evidence for how the team training can be improved. Download Brochure
Megacode, Code Blue, Rapid Response Team Training.
This full body manikin training system comes with a high fidelity advanced airway head, arms, I.O. Leg, advanced sensors, easy to understand feedback, basic data management. Use can your own rhythm generator and defibrillator.
Develop Best Practice. Simulations respond as skills are performed. They respond to quality, timing, interaction, and interruptions. The timer is running and Simulations are up to date on the patient's condition. You see how changes in performance effect blood flow to the brain and the health status of the patient. It shows how, when, and what is done has an impact on patients.
SmartManAI® analyzes team performance. It gives you the facts for where improvement would have the most impact on the patient. It gives the trainer objective, accurate, At-A-Glance graphs to know exactly where to focus for improvement. It fits seamlessly into existing debriefing. Simple to use with as few as two clicks, use as much or as little of it as you want for a particular session.
This advanced training product allows the trainer to set the initial condition of the patient depending on when the team arrives. The simulations then run in real time and respond to skills performed from time of onset. This simulator focuses the team effort on the patient. It shows how even a single hesitation or less than optimal performance impacts the team and thus the patient.
This provides you with a visual display of how the quality of the skills being performed is producing or not producing blood flow to the brain. It is updated every second and gives you a running condition display. At-A-Glance you see how interruptions and poor quality of skills performed directly influence the brain perfusion.
This advanced simulator allows you to put everything the team members have learned in individual stations, to the practice situation where they all have to function together for the benefit of the patient. It includes examples of using clear concise directions with well timed performance of skills to develop a successful team. It also has suggestions on roles dependent on the number of responders.
You have simple to understand graphics of the crucial peri-shock phases for the total code. Objective visual displays make it easy to understand the times from monitor/defibrillator analysis to the time the shock is issued; total times for each phase during the training; detail on quality of skills performed up to and after that phase; detail on the hands-off the chest times.
The Delta Tidal Flow Interaction System (DTFIS) creates an excellent physical feel of pressure and sounds. The real time digital display of the movement of air in and out of the lungs during performance of CPR includes the influence of air being pushed out of the lungs and being sucked into the lungs when chest compressions are ongoing. It also includes the real change in volumes which influence how and when the BVM is used.