MIAMIJan. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Get ready to suspend disbelief when you walk into Gaumard's booth at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare January 29 – 31 in Orlando.

 

New anatomically accurate features make it easier than ever to treat the high-fidelity manikins on display in booth #617 as if they were real patients.

 

The Victoria® birthing simulator's new eyes, for example, can focus and track moving objects, enabling users to conduct a neuro-assessment that evaluates impaired eye motion for warning signs of a stroke, head trauma, drug use, cranial nerve impairment and other conditions.