Education of physicians at the sick bed has some significant drawbacks. Firstly, it can disrupt the patient’s right to receive quality medical services, especially if the student fulfills manual skills at a sick man, sometimes repeating it several times. Second, the teacher can not always control the process. Third, the situation may worsen by the lack of availability of individual students thematic sick and forced to work in a group.
One of the solutions of this situation is the use of a simulation training opportunities with the use of simulators and mannequins.
The TraumaMan System is an anatomical surgical manikin that is designed for students to practice a variety of surgical procedures. The TraumaMan System was evaluated and approved by the American College of Surgeons in 2001 as an alternative to live non-human models or cadavers for ATLS, the leading Trauma Training Course. The system is now used to train over 30,000 medical professionals each year. Since its release, TraumaMan has also become widely used in military courses, EMS training, and other trauma surgery simulations.
Procedure simulations include:
- Chest Tube Insertion
- Needle Decompression
- Percutaneous Tracheostomy
- Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
- IV Cutdown
- Suturing, Incisions
The new Catastrophic Team Training Module allows you to perform team training during these additional procedures:
- Lacerated Kidney
- Nicked Aorta
- Nicked Renal Artery
The FAST diagnostic ultrasound training extension allows you to:
- Learn landmarks on the body used for identification of window locations for the exam
- Read and understand the various normal and abnormal views.
- The FAST Module includes five patient image and video libraries for each window (two normal and three abnormal).
MediNOVA invites you to explore more detailed the advanced phantom system for the practice of surgical skills TraumaMan System by Simulab (USA), by clicking on the link.