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Emergency and Critical Care

Practice Stressful Scenarios In A Safe Environment

In the fast-paced and high-stakes field of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, the ability to make split-second decisions can be a matter of life and death. Simulation prepares physicians for the challenges they may encounter. From mastering airway management to honing ultrasound skills and perfecting the art of bronchoscopy in high-pressure emergency scenarios, our advanced simulators are the crucible in which these essential skills are forged. Explore how simulation training is revolutionizing the way physicians prepare for, respond to, and excel in the critical moments of patient care.

CUSTOMER STORY Adjusting Training To Critical Times

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French mobile training unit supported COVID-19 treatment using non-invasive, non-irradiating examination can save caregivers time. Dr. Mirek's team trains healthcare professionals to categorize patients and save caregivers time.

Dr. Sébastien Mirek Anesthesiologist-resuscitator

University Hospital Center Dijon-Bourgogne

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Nabil Issa, Northwestern University

How Critical Care Fellows Practice Bronchoscopy?

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Nabil Issa, MD, Director of Critical Care Fellowship, Northwestern University

"One of these simulators that we use here at Northwestern and I use specifically in the critical care unit is the BRONCH Mentor/.../We actually try training them on simulators before sending them up to the floors so that they can take care of the patients/.../One of the components that we do with our education is doing domestic learning schemes and this is basically providing the minimal acceptable skill and proficiency and competency for our learners."


Ultrasound-Guided Central Line Placement Tutorial

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Shirley Friedman, MD, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Leader of Point-of-Care Ultrasound Service, Tel-Aviv Sorasky Medical Center

“It is very important to train and develop our hand-eye coordination in ultrasound-guided interventions. This will revolutionize the way you perform interventions and actually reduce your patients’ complications.” says Dr. Friedman.

Watch this step-by-step tutorial on how to perform Ultrasound-Guided Central Line Placement using the PERC Mentor Suite simulator.

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