SimMan 3G training scenario
An emergency patient simulator that can help improve critical time management, decision making, communication and handovers between departments.
Delivering high quality simulation experiences requires training to take place at the right time and place, and requires the most appropriate equipment. In order to meet new challenges and facilitate the growing demand for in situ and multidisciplinary training, the need for flexible training solutions are critical.
SimMan 3G can display neurological symptoms as well as physiological. It is designed to deliver the most realistic training possible whilst remaining easy to set up and simple to operate.
SimMan 3G comes with a long list of features that will optimise simulation training scenarios including automatic drug recognition, light sensitive pupils and bodily fluid excretion. These features provide the opportunity to practice many basic and advanced clinical skills without risk to patients.
Wireless technology makes SimMan 3G flexible and mobile, so that it is possible to conduct training for the entire rescue chain and allow team training which includes patient handover and emergency reporting.
Innovative technology for more effective simulation and increased realism
Currently, SimMan 3G is helping customers all over the world with in excess of 1100 systems in use.
This experience has helped Laerdal to evolve the 3G system to the multifunctional and trusted platform that it is today.
An optional Ultrasound Solution, embedded to the skin, can help improve point-of-care diagonstics for focused assessment with sonography for trauma care (eFAST), rapid ultrasound for critical care (RUSH) and cardiac resuscitation training.
Quality CPR Feedback
The quality of CPR performance is measured, and real-time feedback provided, on compression rate, depth, release, and hands-off time. Palpable pulses, blood pressure wave forms and ECG artefacts are also generated.
Seizures and convulsions can be created, at various degrees, from minor effects through to full convulsions with the Instructor Mode.
Pupillary responses can simulate a wide range of neurological symptoms.
Responses include; to light, blinking (at slow, normal and fast rates) winking as well as open, partially open and closed reactions.
The eye secretions feature can simulate responsive reactions to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear agents.
Drug & Event Recognition
The Drug Recognition System registers the amount, speed and type of drug automatically and applies the appropriate physiological responses, saving the instructor time and improving debrief.
Bleeding and Wounds
Wound models can be connected to an internal blood reservoir which will bleed both from arterial and venous vessels. Connected to the simulator's physiological modelling, SimMan 3G will react appropriately according to treatment.
In addition to the standard vascular access in the left leg, the new intraosseous access via the tibia and sternum allows for procedure accuracy.
Chest Decompression & Chest Drain
Students can now perform a needle thoracentesis and insert a chest drain bi-laterally.
An optional wireless monitor enables vital signs to be observed whilst moving around freely during training.
Operate this simulator, as well as all other Laerdal PC-operated simulators, with LLEAP software. LLEAP brings simplicity to running simulation training and efficiencies to the management and development of scenarios.
From basic assessment scenarios to highly complex clinical cases, LLEAP offers ease of use while delivering the performance required by even the most experienced simulation user.
From simulation novices to sophisticated developers, SimCenter has the tools and services to help users realise their full potential. Visit laerdal.com/SimCenter to learn how to optimise your simulation training.
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