Full-body Surgical Simulator.
Assess surgical team competencies using real instruments.
Simulator can be used to address competencies in six areas including: patient care, medical knowledge, practice based knowledge and improvement, systems based practice, communication, and professionalism
Two onboard cameras and a head-mounted camera focus on the surgical technique and intervention methods, while an overhead camera records the actions of the surgical team
With its lifelike abdominal inserts and uterine assemblies, procedures can be performed using real surgical instruments in a real Surgical OR
Team-building scenarios can be performed for the development of Gynecologic Surgical Skills and Patient Safety.
Multi-layer design representing the skin, subcutaneous, fascia, muscle, and peritoneum for maximum realism.
This simulator allows caregivers to perform surgical interventions using all three procedures.
Abdominal inserts have simulated blood incorporated into the subcutaneous layer, and uterine assemblies incorporate pulsatile arterial and steady venous blood supplies to allow realistic practice of hemostatic technique.
For abdominal and laparoscopic procedures, the simulated bowel can be moved aside to provide access to the underlying uterine assembly
Seamless integration with Gaumard’s intuitive software allows recording of the events log and control of the simulation from a single PC.
Each assembly exhibits different complications and allows surgical teams to carry out a variety of procedures.
Detection and log of chest compression and ventilations, bilateral carotid, radial, and brachial pulses; heart sounds, and programmable blood pressure.
Surgical Chloe™ includes one laptop PC with the Gaumard® UI control software and a 20” touchscreen Vital Signs Monitor.
Scenarios can cover an entire procedure, from patient presentation, to assessment, to surgical management, to the recovery room.
Be the voice of Chloe™ and hear caregiver responses. Create and store vocal responses or select from a pre-recorded vocal menu.
Train and assess surgeons or teams in complications such as hemorrhage, malignant hyperthermia and patient safety.