Since TraumaMan's debut in 2001, he has both won the approval of the leading surgical societies and become the most widely used surgical simulator in the world. Each year over 20,000 medical professionals are trained using the TraumaMan System and that number keeps growing. TraumaMan was created to meet the needs of ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) - a training program for medical doctors in the management of acute trauma cases. TraumaMan has now has been integrated into a wide variety of curriculum.
The TraumaMan System is an anatomical human body form designed for students to practice several advanced surgical procedures, including cricothyroidotomy, percutaneous tracheostomy, needle decompression, chest tube insertion, pericardiocentesis, diagnostic peritoneal lavage, and intravenous cutdown. The TraumaMan System consists of simulated human tissue structure made of an elastomeric composition designed specifically for surgical dissection.
To learn more about the TraumaMan System, pricing plans, program implementation, or course scheduling, please contact Simulab.