TraumaMan is a surgical simulator that is approved for use in ATLS by the American College of Surgeons and is the most widely used surgical simulator in the world. Each year over 35,000 medical professionals are trained using the TraumaMan System and that number keeps growing.
TraumaMan was developed as a surgical training manikin for ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) courses. The system has now has been integrated into a wide variety of curriculum including emergency medicine and team training.
The TraumaMan System allows students to practice several advanced surgical procedures including:
- Percutaneous tracheostomy
- Needle decompression
- Chest tube insertion
- Diagnostic peritoneal lavage
- Intravenous cutdown.
See more about these procedures on the TraumaMan Procedures page.
TraumaMan's bleeding tissues mimic human tissue from incisions to suturing.
To learn more about the TraumaMan System, pricing plans, program implementation, or course scheduling, please contact Simulab.