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PacerMan Adds a New Layer of Challenge to SimWars 2017!

An 83 year-old-man with an implanted pacemaker suffers a syncopal event after riding the Incredible Hulk Coaster at Universal Orlando. His family takes him to the Emergency Room where they discover complete 3rd degree heart block and no visible pacer spikes. He is unresponsive to the delivery of atropine and transcutaneous pacing. What happened next might surprise you.

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PacerMan shines in SimWars at ACEP2015

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.

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PacerMan Debuts at ACEP

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!

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PICCLineMan Gets Work Done at AVA

PICCLineMan at AVA

PICCLineMan was a key player at the recent Association of Vascular Access conference training session. The AVA is an association of healthcare professionals founded in 1985 to promote the emerging vascular access specialty. AVA's Annual Scientific Meeting is the premier event dedicated to scientific research and clinical best practices with vascular access.

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Introducing PICCLineMan™, the Newest Patient Safety Superhero Trainer

Seattle, WA— August 30, 2015 —Seattle-based medical simulator manufacturer, Simulab, announces the release of PICCLineMan, an innovative training simulator designed to provide medical students and nurses with a realistic PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) line insertion training experience. Central Line infections kill nearly 10,000 hospital patients every year, and this trainer, combined with a clinically-proven curriculum, can dramatically reduce infection risks.

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