TraumaMan is at the Physician's Assistant Education Forum in Washington D.C. (booth 104). Jay Amrien, PA program director at Bryant University, is having fun putting in a chest tube.
This tweet from one of the organizers of SimWars unsolicited..... and says it all. We were so excited to have PacerMan selected to be part of the finals. Kudos to our Product Management team at Simulab for nailing this much needed training system just in time for the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Annual Scientific Assembly in Boston.
TraumaMan continues to make his way around the world. His latest destination is the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) in Thimphu, Bhutan. TraumaMan was donated by the Bhutan Foundation. The Bhutan Foundation is the only American not-for-profit organization that is wholly focused on the benefit of the country and people of Bhutan, bridging understanding between our two countries and beyond.
Simulab presents PacerMan, the first and only temporary cardiac pacing simulator available, at ACEP (American College of Emergency Physicians) in Boston. The PacerMan™ System allows clinicians to perform Emergent Transvenous Cardiac Pacing. Driven by Simulab’s patented SimuSensor™ Technology, the PacerMan enables physicians to repeatedly practice the critical skills required for this uncommon and infrequent event. Go try him out now at booth 249!
Simulab is at ACEP (American College of Emergency Physicians) this week with a full line-up of medical procedural trainers including TraumaMan, CentraLineMan, and SonoMan. Participants can try out a wide variety of procedures live and experience the realism of our trainers.
Lots of folks at the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Annual Meeting in San Diego are stopping by to try out all the Simulab trainers including the ISBS and Femoral Nerve Block Trainers, the Lumbar Puncture and Epidural trainer and our LumbarPunctureBaby. Come by and try out a procedure.
Simulab always attracts a crowd at the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Annual Meeting—this year in San Diego. The Lumbar Puncture and Epidural trainer is always a show favorite. Someone is practicing continually. The ISBS and Femoral Nerve Block trainers are also a big hit. That's when Simulation works, when learning is realistic and fun.
TraumaMan and CentraLineMan were put through their paces by a team of Duke University Emergency Medicine residents. The tasks for the day included chest tube insertion and central line placement.
High school students stopped by the Simulab booth at the ACS show to try out some of our simulators and suture trainers. They each took a turn at suturing. There was little doubt that each left feeling excited about a future career in medicine.