Cardiopulmonary Training that Improves Patient Care

For nearly 40 years, Harvey has been a proven simulation system to teach bedside cardiac assessment skills that transfer to real patients. Join more than 70 countries worldwide using Harvey to train the next generation of healthcare providers. Help your students meet milestones and benchmarks to save lives.

What's New?

  • 20 New Patient Cases

  • 10 Standardized Patient Curriculum

  • Additional Bilateral Arm Pulses

  • Laptop to support UMedic and future LLEAP integration


Harvey Trade-In Offer

We are currently offering our existing U.S. Harvey customers the opportunity to trade in their current simulator for a New Next Generation or Refurbished Next Generation Harvey Simulator at a discounted rate. (Only in the U.S.)

Product Benefits:

  • Harvey realistically simulates nearly any cardiac disease at the touch of a button by varying blood pressure, pulses, heart sounds and murmurs
  • Dramatically updated with state-of-the-art technology, the current version of Harvey's software covers history, bedside findings, all laboratory data, medical, and surgical treatment
  • Harvey is a turnkey system that is simple to use

** Please note that the Crating, Handling, Onsite Installation & Training (part # HARVEYUS) must be purchased at the same time that the Harvey Simulator (part # HARVEY) is purchased. **

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