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Simulation Resources

We use one of three manikins for most of our simulations.  In addition, we have occasionally used Standardized Patients (trained actors) in some of our psychiatric and stroke emergency simulations.  We also have a Cut Suit, which allows a Standardized Patient to have certain procedures (such as chest tubes) safely performed.

One of our manikins is a Laerdal SimMan 3G, who simulates respiratory, cardiovascular, GI/GU, and neuro functions.

One is a Gaumard HAL Mobile EMS Manikin, who simulates respiratory, cardiovascular, GI/GU, and neuro functions.

picture of HAL Mobile EMS Manikin

One is a SimJunior, who simulates respiratory, cardiovascular, GI/GU, and neuro functions.  He represents a 6- to 12-year old child.

picture of SimJunior

We have retired two of our older manikins, though they may come out of retirement for certain simulations.  Our manikins emeriti are:

A SmartSTAT 405.  He simulates respiratory, cardiovascular, and GI/GU functions.  He has simulated both acute and critical care patients, as well as cardiac arrests and trauma alerts in the Emergency Department.

picture of SmartSTAT 405

A MegaCode Kelly.  He simulates respiratory and cardiovascular functions. He has also simulated both acute and critical care patients.

picture of MegaCode Kelly