We operate in high-growth disciplines of Intensive Care, Cardiac Surgery, Medical Simulation and Equipment Maintenance among others.
A Patient Simulator is a life-like, anatomically correct, computer driven manikin with physiologic responses that mimic real patients.
We provide full range of Patient Simulators from infant to adult. Our simulators - HPS, Apollo, Athena, Lucina, BabySIM, iStan, Caesar and PediaSIM are globally acclaimed and are programmed for every need. For example, the Human Patient Simulator (HPS) is the only simulator that truly breathes. It is unrivalled in its physiology & realism, and its ability to interface with equipments such as Ventilator, Anaesthesia Workstation, Patient Monitor and Defibrillator makes it the go-to choice for healthcare and simulation institutions.
Simulation technology which has made its name in areas like aviation, war strategy, architecture and gaming made its mark in Medical Education more than a decade ago. Today, there is a worldwide shift in the method of Medical Education towards experiential (‘hands-on’) medical learning; however, applying this concept to real patients is less acceptable to society and is subject to legal and ethical issues. Here is where Simulation plays a major role and comes in the foreplay. Simulation is a technique; a representation of reality. Its use in Medical Education is to “replace or amplify real experiences with guided experiences that evoke or replicate aspects of the real world”. It is a complimentary teaching method. It does not replace traditional methods of patient based clinical training but adds value to it.
What started as tools for skills labs are today full size computer programmed manikins that can mimic emergency medical situations and disease conditions. Simulation provides a safe and controlled environment to teach a wide variety of not only technical abilities but also non-technical skills as well, and it is also a reliable educational assessment method with the ultimate goal of improving patent safety. The power of Simulation based learning is that it primes medical professionals in areas of critical thinking, decision making and crisis resource management skills in management of clinical emergencies. Hands-on simulation helps teams and individuals develop preparedness and insight that is best learned and practiced in realistic conditions.
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