Simulation can be a useful learning modality to train and enhance EMS providers’ skillsets in neonatal resuscitation
Simulation-based training can help clinicians who do not normally work with ventilators become familiar with the machines.
LAC+USC Medical Center are using simulation to test and improve their infection control, communication, workflow, and patient care skills.
Emory University is preparing their resident doctors to treat respiratory emergencies involving infants by using simulators.
The Debra L. Spunt Clinical Simulation Labs (CSLs) recently added the infant patient simulator to their state-of-the-art facility to help train nurses on how to treat infants during a medical emergency.
On this week’s Tech Nation, if it looks like a newborn baby and moves like one and sounds like one, well, it just might be Super Tory, the newborn simulator from Gaumard Scientific.
Super Tory is being hailed as the world’s most advanced neonatal patient simulator and is the first that can go into cardiac arrest and be revived with real time chest compression’s and a ventilator.