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SimMan 3G

simulation man

SimMan 3G

Manikin Quantity:

5 (2 light tone, 2 mid tone, 1 dark tone)

Company:

Laerdal

Neurological

Convulsions

Dilated/Blown pupils

Eyelid blink

Reactive pupils

Unequal pupils

Multiple Airway Skills/Features:

Controllable open/closed airway; automatically or manually controlled

Bag-mask ventilation

Combitube, LMA, and other airway placement

Connectivity with third party respiratory simulations

Cricothyrotomy

Needle &Surgical

Endotracheal tube intubation

Head tilt/Chin lift

Intubation

Orotracheal, nasotracheal, retrograde, fiberoptic

Jaw thrust w/articulated jaw

Right main stem intubation

Stomach distention

Suctioning (Oral & Nasopharyngeal)

Transtracheal jet ventilation

Variable airway resistance

4 Settings

Variable lung compliance

4 Settings

Airway Complications:

Can’t intubate/Can ventilate

Can’t intubate/Can’t ventilate

Decreased cervical range of motion

Detection of proper head position

Laryngospasm

Pharyngeal swelling

Tongue edema

Trismus

Breathing Features:

Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall

CO2 exhalation

Normal and abnormal breath sounds

5 anterior, 6 posterior auscultation sites

Oxygen saturation and waveform

Simulated spontaneous breathing

Breathing Complications:

Breath sounds

unilateral, bilateral, lobar

Chest movement

unilateral & bilateral

Chest tube insertion

bilateral

Cyanosis

Needle thoracentesis

bi-lateral

Cardiac Features:

12 lead ECG display

Defibrillation, cardioversion, and pacing

ECG rhythm monitoring (4 wire)

Extensive ECG library

Heart sounds

4 anterior

Circulation Features:

Pulses synchronized with ECG

Carotid, femoral, brachial, radial, dorsalis pedis, popliteal and posterior tibialis

Pulse Palpation is detected & logged

Pulse strength variable with BP

CPR: Compliant with 2015 Guidelines

CPR compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure wave form, and ECG artefacts

Detection of depth, release and frequency of compressions

Real time feedback on quality of CPR

Realistic compression depth and resistance

Other Features:

Automatic Drug Recognition System

Bowel Sounds

four quadrants

Diaphoresis

Foley catheterization

Intraosseous access (tibia)

SimMom

simulation mom

SimMom

Manikin Quantity:

1

Company:

Laerdal

Deliveries and Drills

Assisted deliveries

Forceps & Vacuum

Automatic Delivery

Normal (OP, OA), Breech, Shoulder dystocia, instrumental

Breech presentation

Cord prolapse

Eclampsia & pre-eclampsia

Maternal collapse

Normal delivery

Post-Partum Hemorrhage

Ruptured uterus

Sepsis

Shoulder dystocia

Uterine inversion

Pelvic Components

Blood, stained amniotic fluid, and urine

Urine catheterization/ instillation

Able to position on all fours:

Arms bend at the elbow

Left lateral

Legs bend at the knees

Legs in stirrups

McRoberts position

Other positions:

 

Realistic rotation of the shoulder and hip joints

Seizure

Semi-recumbent

Supine

Breathing Features

Simulated spontaneous breathing

Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall

Normal and abnormal breath sounds

4 anterior auscultation, bilateral midaxillary sites

Variable respiratory rates

Airway Features

Tongue edema

Cricothyrotomy

Surgical & needle

Intubation

Oropharyngeal, nasopharyngeal, retrograde, nasal & oral fiberoptic

Bag-Valve-Mask ventilation

Chest tube insertion

Combitube, LMA and other airway device placement

Endotracheal intubation (ET)

Head tilt/Chin lift

Jaw thrust

Lung Blockage

right, left, bilateral

Right mainstem intubation

Suctioning techniques

oral & nasopharyngeal

Trans-tracheal jet ventilation

Cardiac Features

Extensive ECG library

12 lead ECG display

Defibrillation, cardioversion, pacing

ECG rhythm monitoring

Heart sounds synchronized with ECG

Circulation Features

Pulses

Bilateral carotid, brachial pulse, radial (right side only pulses synchronized with ECG

Pulse strength variable with BP

Subcutaneous and intramuscular injection sites

Other features

CPR compressions

 generate palpable pulses, blood pressure wave form, and ECG artifacts

Bowel sounds and fetal heart rate

not at the same time

Monitor

Mothers vitals and EFM

SimJunior


SimJunior

Manikin Quantity:

1

Company:

Laerdal

Breathing

Simulated spontaneous breathing

Bag Valve Mask capable

Bilateral chest movement with spontaneous breathing

Detect mechanical ventilations (including no ventilations)

Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing

Normal and abnormal breath sounds

Observable chest rise

Unilateral and bilateral breath sounds

Variable respiratory rates

Airway: anatomically modeled as far as the trachea.

 ET Insertion

4.5 cuffed, 5.5 uncuffed

Cricoid cartilage

Intubation

oral & nasal

LMA Insertion

size 2.5

Lung Sounds

NG Tube Insertion

Right mainstem intubation

unilateral chest rise

Tongue edema

Cardiac

12 lead ECG display

CPR compressions

generate palpable carotid pulses, blood pressure wave form, and ECG artifacts

Defibrillation, Cardioversion, Pacing

ECG rhythm monitoring (3 lead)

Extensive ECG library

Heart sounds

Pulses (Various strengths)

Bilateral carotid; Left radial

Other

Bowel Sounds

Convulsions

SimBaby

simulation baby

SimBaby

Manikin Quantity:

1

Company:

Laerdal

Neurological

Ability to electronically change pupil size

Convulsions

Dilated/Blown pupils

Eyelid blink

Reactive pupils

Unequal pupils

Airway

Airway opening acquired by head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust

Bag-Valve-Mask ventilation

Decreased lung compliance

Endotracheal tube insertion

Fiberoptic intubation

gastric distention

Gastric Tube insertion

Intubation

Orotracheal, nasotracheal, fiberoptic

Laryngospasm

LMA insertion

Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airways

Pharyngeal swelling

Right mainstem intubation

Sellick Maneuver

Tongue edema

Variable airway resistance

Variable lung compliance

Pulmonary System

Anterior and Posterior lung sounds

normal, course crackles, fine crackles, stridor, wheezes, rhonchi

Chest rise and fall

bilateral and unilateral

chest tube insertion

unilateral

needle thoracentesis

unilateral, mid-clavicular

Normal and abnormal breath sounds

bilateral

pneumothorax

retractions

See-saw respiration

Spontaneous breathing

variable rate, depth, and regularity

unilateral breath sounds

unilateral chest movement

Cardiovascular System

12 lead ECG display

CPR compressions

generate palpable pulses, blood pressure waveform, and generate artifacts on ECG

Defibrillation, pacing, cardioversion

ECG rhythm monitoring (3 lead)

Heart Sounds

Normal, systolic murmur, holosystolic murmur, diastolic murmur, continuous murmur and gallop

Pulses (strength variable)

brachial-right, femoral-bilateral

Other

IO

bilateral legs

Fontanel

can be present as normal or bulging

Torso motion

ASL 5000 Ingmar Lungs

Quantity: 2

Integrated with two of our SimMans, the ASL 5000 Lung Solution allows the manikin to breath spontaneously while being ventilated and hold PEEP at any level.

Some features:

connect to any ventilator

Compliance

.5 to 250 mL/cmH2O

Resistance

8 to 150 cmH2O/L/s

Set Spontaneous effort

0 to -100 cmH2O

Rate

passive to 150 bpm

I:E ratio

 

More information can be found at: ASL5000LungSolution

Task Trainers

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Airway- Difficult Airway Management Simulator

difficult airway management simulator

Quantity: 1

Simulator offers objective feedback on intubations

Real time visualization of performance on each evaluation point helps to assess trainees’ skills as well as to identify the area where trainees need further improvement

More information can be found at: Kyoto MW11 DAM Simulator

Airway Trainer- Adult

airsim advanced bronchi

Quantity: 5

Ideal for medical training in diagnostic bronchoscopy and airway management techniques including intubation and ventilation.

Anatomically correct internal features and visually accurate landmarks such as turbinates’, clearly defined carina, bronchus, and bronchioles.

Inflatable tongue with lifelike size and texture for tongue edema simulation

More information can be found at: AirSimAdvanceBronchiX

Airway Trainer- Child

airsim child bronchi

Quantity: 5

Based on anatomy of a 6 year old child.

This model is ideal for a range of training including:

  • Direct and video laryngoscopy
  • Endo and naso tracheal tube insertion
  • Supraglottic device insertion
  • Bag mask ventilation
  • Fiber optic bronchoscopy techniques
  • Lung isolation techniques
  • Lung suctioning
  • Diagnostic bronchoscopy

More information can be found at:  AirSimChildBronchiX

Cardiology Patient Simulator

Cardiology Patient Simulator

Quantity: 2

Simulation model with 88 cases of heart disease and arrythmias

Sounds were recorded from actual patients

12 cases of normal heart sounds, 14 cases of heart disease simulations, 10 cases of arrhythmia simulations and 52 ECG arrhythmia cases

More information can be found at: Cardiac Sounds | Kyoto


Normal heart simulation
(12 cases)

Heart disease simulation
(14 cases)

Arrhythmia
(10 cases)

S2 split (-) HR: 60
S1 split (+)
S2 split (+)
S2 wide split
S3 gallop
S4 gallop
pulmonic ejection sound
S3 and S4 gallop
innocent murmur
midsystolic click sound
S2 split (-) HR: 72
S2 split (-) HR: 84

aortic stenosis
mitral regurgitation
mitral stenosis
aortic regurgitation
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
mitral steno-regurgitation
pulmonic valvular stenosis
atrial septal defect
ventricular septal defect
tricuspid regurgitation
acute mitral regurgitation
patent ductus arteriosus
mitral valvular prolapse
dilated cardiomyopathy

sinus arrhythmia
sinus tachycardia
sinus bradycardia
ventricular premature contraction (1)
ventricular premature contraction (2)
ventricular premature contraction (3)
sino atrial block
atrio-ventricular block
atrial fibrillation
atrial flutter

Normal jugular venous waves, arterial pulses and cardiac impulses are simulated, as well as heart sounds such as S2 splitting in the pulmonic area and S3 and S4 gallop sounds in the mitral area.

The characteristic findings of the arterial and venous pulse waves are simulated. For example, in ventricular premature contraction, the venous pulsations are normal but arterial pulsation is barely palpable by the premature beat.

Characteristic heart sounds and pulse waves are simulated, Such as, ventricular premature beats.

CVC Insertion Simulator

cvc insertion simulator

Quantity: 5

Ultrasound capability for teaching basics of ultrasound-guided puncture

Palpation, true-to-life needle tip resistance, success and failure confirmation, and cannulation with anatomically correct venous bifurcation.

Containing landmark puncture pad for teaching three methods of CVC approaches:

Internal jugular, subclavian vein, and supraclavicular

More information can be found at: Line - Central | Kyoto

Female Breast Examination Trainer

breast exam trainer

Quantity: 5

Featuring 6 readily interchangeable and multi-positional pathologies, providing healthcare professionals with the tools to identify various complications and pathologies, including carcinomas, cysts, fibrocystic disease and fibroadenoma.

More information can be found at: Advanced Breast Exam Trainer

Female Catheterization/Enema Simulator

female catheterization simulator

Quantity: 5

Basic high-quality trainings in female: urethral catheterization, perineal care and enema. Soft and anatomically correct genitals and realistic feeling of catheter insertion.

More information can be found at: Female - Urinary Cath Trainer | Kyoto

Female Cervical Dilatation Trainer

cervical dilatation trainer

Quantity: 5

Model of external female genitalia. Set of six interchangeable cervix simulations that allow students practice measuring cervix dilation prior to birth:

  • No dilation
  • 2 cm dilation with 50% effacement
  • 2 cm dilation with 100% effacement
  • 5 cm dilation with 100% effacement
  • 7 cm dilation with 100% effacement
  • 9 cm dilation with 100% effacement

More information can be found at: Cervix Exam Simulator Set

Female Pelvic Trainer

female pelvic trainer

Skills:

Recognition of perineal and pelvic anatomy including bony landmarks

Digital vaginal examination

Bi-manual examination

Cervical smear procedure (including use of speculum)

Digital rectal examination

Modules: 

Normal - Nulliparous Cervix

Large Fibroid - Nulliparous Ectropion Cervix

Small Fibroid - Nulliparous Polyp Cervix

Ovarian Cyst - Multiparous Cervix

Retroverted - Multiparous Cervix

10-12 Weeks Pregnant

14-16 Weeks Pregnant

More information can be found at:
Clinical Female Pelvic Trainer - Standard
Clinical Female Pelvic Trainer - Advanced

FLS Trainer System with TV

fls trainer system

Quantity: 5

Teaching the fundamentals of laparoscopic surgery, the FLS trainer system allows for validated laparoscopic skills training. This haptics module allows for hands-on skills training assessment abilities designed to teach the physiology, fundamental knowledge, and technical skills required in basic laparoscopic surgery.

More information can be found at: FLS All-in-One I Limbs and Things

IV ARM

peripheral venous catheter placement simulator

Quantity: 5

Ability to practice peripheral venous techniques

Two puncture sites: median ante brachial vein and dorsal vein

More information can be found at: Line - Peripheral Venus | Kyoto

IV Hand- Pediatric

pediactric hand simulator

Quantity: 5

IV Simulator for blood collection, intravenous injection and drip fusion

More information can be found at: PEDS - IV intrav | Kyoto

Joint Injection- Elbow

Elbow

Quantity: 5

For practicing soft tissue joint injection. Injections for: tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow

More information can be found at: Elbow for Joint Injection

Joint Injection- Foot and Ankle

Foot and Ankle

Quantity: 5

A foot and ankle for practicing soft tissue injection. Injection sites for:

  • MTP joint
  • Tarsal joint
  • Plantar fascia
  • Sinus tarsi
  • Retrocalcaneal bursa
  • Tibiotalar joint
  • Subtalar joint

More information can be found at: Foot and Ankle Joint Injection

Joint Injection- Hand and Wrist

Hand and Wrist

Quantity: 5

Articulated right hand and wrist used for practicing soft tissue joint injection.  Injection in 4 specific areas: carpal tunnel, trigger finger/tendon sheath injection, de Quervains sheath, first metacarpal joint

More information can be found at: Hand and Wrist for Joint Injection

Joint Injection- Knee Aspiration & Examination with Ultrasound capabilities

Knee Aspiration & Examination with Ultrasound capabilities

Quantity: 5

Adult knee model for injection and aspiration of synovial fluid for knee joint, from both the lateral and medial aspects, using palpation or ultrasound-guidance.

More information can be found at: Knee Aspiration and Exam

Join Injection- Shoulder Trainer

Shoulder Injection Trainer

Quantity: 5

Repeatable teaching and training for shoulder injections in the four most common sites:

  • Acromioclavicular joint
  • Glenohumeral joint
  • Bicipital groove
  • Subacromial space

Android app allows learners and teachers visualize the underlying anatomy, as well as clearly signaling success.

The app links to the ShoulderDoc website which, courtesy of Prof. Lennard Funk, provides information and directions for shoulder injection techniques

More information can be found at: Shoulder Injection Trainer-Palpation Guided

Lumbar Puncture Simulator- Adult

adult lumbar puncture simulator

Quantity: 5

Closely simulates the lumbar anatomy including the anatomical landmarks.

Provides life-like sensation of both skin and tissue resistance to the spinal needle.

Training Skills:

  • Palpation of Landmarks
  • CSF Pressure Measurement
  • Lumbar Puncture
  • Epidural Anesthesia
  • CSF Collection
  • Anatomical Understanding

More information can be found at: Adult Lumbar Puncture

Lumbar Puncture Simulator- Pediatric

peds lumbar puncture simulator

Quantity: 5

Baby manikin: Puncture pads have two spinal cord depths.

Anatomically correct landmarks provide excellent hands-on experience

More information can be found at: PEDS - Lumbar Puncture | Kyoto

Lung Auscultation Trainer

lung ascultation

Quantity: 2

15 speakers are located in the torso manikin (seven in the anterior, eight in the posterior), each speaker playing back sounds distinct to each auscultation area. Speakers are completely synchronized.

The torso rotates on a base, allowing examination of both the front and back as in a real clinical procedure. Personal and actual stethoscopes can be used for training (stethoscopes not included in the unit). 

More information can be found at: Lung Sounds - Auscultation | Kyoto

Normal Abnormal Coarse Crackles Fine Crackles

Standard
Mildly weak
Mildly strong
Mildly rapid
Loud heart sounds

Weak: left lower area
Weak: left whole area
Absent: left
Weak: right lower area
Weak: right whole area
Absent: right
Weak: whole thorax
Bronchial sounds

Right lower area
Both lower areas
Right middle area
Left lower area
Both upper area
Whole thorax

Both lower areas
Both lower and middle area
Whole thorax 1
Whole thorax 2

Wheezes

Rhonchi

Continuous Sounds

Miscellaneous

Upper and middle area
Around trachea and upper area 1
Around trachea and upper area 2 (polyphone)

Trachea and upper area
Trachea and upper area (polyphonic)
With an inspiratory wheeze
Whole thorax

Stridor
Squawk

Pleural friction rub: left lower area
Pleural friction rub: right lower and middle area
Hamman's sign
Vocal fremitus (palpable at both sides of the chest)

Male Pelvic Trainer

Clinical Male Pelvic Trainer Advanced and Standard

Skills:

Correct examination procedure of male pelvis

Examination and evaluation of:

Normal anatomy, testicular abnormalities, abdominal and pelvic pain, dry catheterization

Modules:

Normal

Testicular tumor and penile cancer

Epididymal cyst

Variocele

Orchitis/epididymo-orchitis

Hydrocele

Indirect inguinal hernia

More information can be found at:
Clinical Male Pelvic Trainer-Standard

Clinical Male Pelvic Trainer-Advanced

Male Prostate and Rectal Simulator

Prostate and Rectal Simulator

Quantity:

Skills:

Digital-examination of the prostate and rectums

Insertion and the use of the anal-scope and the proctoscope

Prostate Modules:

Normal

Carcinoma 1

Carcinoma 2

Carcinoma 3

Carcinoma 4

Carcinoma 5

Prostatitis

Enlargement 1

Enlargement 2

Rectum Modules:

Normal

Large Carcinoma

Small Carcinoma

Polyp combined with small carcinoma

More information can be found at: Prostate Exam Simulator | Kyoto

Nasogastric Tube Feeder

nasogastric tube feeder

Quantity: 5

Tube Feeding Simulator is an effective training tool for caregivers of patients for tube feeding. The manikin has three routes for EN tubes and allows training with real liquid foods.

More information can be found at: NG Tube - Adult | Kyoto

Ophthalmoscopy Trainer

opthosim

Quantity: 5

Ophthalmoscopy training system. Task trainer and software allow for learners to diagnose and treat eye pathologies.

More information can be found at: Opthosim | Otosim

Otoscopy Trainer

otosim otoscopy training

Quantity: 5

Built for teaching and testing otoscopy skills. Included in each: Base unit, right and left earform, instrumented otoscope, control box, otosim2 software and manual, protective case

Pathology includes:

  • External Auditory Canal - Acute Otitis Externa, Cerumen, Foreign Bodies, and more
  • Middle Ear - Normal Tympanic Membrane, Temporal Bone Fractures, Acute Otitis Media, Serous Otitis Media, Tympanocentesis, Myringotomy, and more<

Self-Examination and Anatomy Examination

More information can be found at: OtoSim2

Pericardiocentesis Trainer with ultrasound capabilities

Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis

Quantity: 3

Landmarks for palpation. Can insert needle under US, pierce pericardial sac and aspirate pericardial fluid

More information can be found at: Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis

PICC Trainer with Ultrasound capabilities

ultrasound guided picc trainer

Ultrasound guided venous access

Moveable shoulder. Hands-on training from the needle insertion, ultrasound manipulation to the placement of the distal tip in the SVC.

More information can be found at: Line - PICC Line | Kyoto

Stethoscope- 3M Littman Listen-in Kit

Littmann 3M listen-in kit stethoscope

Quantity: 10 stethoscopes with 2 Dell tablets

Stethoscopes allow for live sharing of patient or manikin physiological sounds

5 scopes can be paired together via Bluetooth

More information can be found at: Littmann 3M Listen-In Kit

Stethoscope: Programmable

sim scope WIFI stethoscope

Quantity: 10

Tablet or computer with software required to program.

Stethoscopes have a large library of cardiac, respiratory, bowel, and bruit sounds.

Learner is able to auscultate standardized patients or manikins and hear appropriate physical findings.

More information can be found at: Cardionics SimScope

Thermometer: Programmable

pocket nurse programmable thermometer

Quantity: 8

Not a real thermometer, for training only

Programmable for dual temperatures: initial and reassessment

Fahrenheit or Celsius

Rectal and Oral probes

Easy to use instructor control panel

More information can be found at: Simulated Thermometer

Thoracentesis Strap-on Trainer with ultrasound capabilities

Ultrasound Guided Thoracentesis Strap-on Simulator

Quantity: 3

Allows for practice of patient positioning and communication.

More information can be found at: Ultrasound Thoracentesis Strap-on Simulator

Thoracentesis Trainer with ultrasound capabilities

Ultrasound Guided Thoracentesis Simulator

Quantity: 3

Trainer includes ribs, pleura, soft tissue and diaphragm. Recognition of landmarks with US. Palpation of ribs

More information can be found at: Ultrasound Guided Thoracentesis Simulator

Thoracentesis/Pericardiocentesis Trainer with ultrasound capabilities

Ultrasound Guided Thoracentesis/Pericardiocentesis Simulator

Quantity: 3

Ability to perform thoracentesis and pericardiocentesis on one model

Ultrasound Trainer- SonoSim

Quantity: 2

LiveScan tags to designated anatomic locations on either human volunteer or manikins

Multiple cases/images from real patients such as Trauma Care (eFAST), Critical Care(RUSH), early and late stage Pregnancy Cases, Cardiac Resuscitation, Hepatobiliary, and Genitourinary cases

Trauma Care (eFast) Cases

  • Abnormal Mental Status (Blunt)
  • False-postive hemoperitoneum (Blunt)
  • Hemopericardium (Penetrating Trauma)
  • Hemoperitoneum & Coagulopathy (Blunt)
  • Hemoperitoneum (Blunt)
  • Hemothorax & hemoperitoneum (Blunt)
  • Hemothorax (Penetrating)
  • Pediatric trauma (Blunt Trauma)
  • Tension Pneumo (Blunt)
  • Tension Pneumo (Penetrating)

Critical Care (RUSH) Cases

  • Acute inhalational injury (Blunt Trauma)
  • Hemorrhagic Shock (Blunt Trauma)
  • Moderate Hypothermia (Hypovolemic Shock)
  • Pneumonia-Related Severe Sepsis
  • Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (Hemorrhagic Shock)
  • Severe Gastroenteritis (Hypovolemic Shock)
  • Severe Sepsis (Deep Venous Thrombosis)
  • Severe Sepsis (Distributive Hypovolemic Shock)
  • Severe Sepsis complicated by Pericardial Effusion
  • Severe Sepsis complicated by Pneumonia, Cardiomyopathy, IUP

Early Stage Pregnancy Cases

  • Acute calculous cholecystitis; threatened miscarriage; viable first-trimester IUP
  • Acute pericarditits; viable second-trimester IUP
  • Ectopic pregnancy; complex left adnexal mass; dehydration
  • Hemoperitoneum; hemorrhagic shock
  • Obstructive uropathy from ureteral calculus; IUP of uncertain viability
  • Ovarian torsion; pregnancy of unknown location
  • Ruptured ectopic pregnancy
  • Septic miscarriage causing severe sepsis
  • Threatened miscarriage; viable first-trimester twin gestation; dehydration
  • Uremic pericarditis causing cardiac tamponade; threatened miscarriage; first-trimester IUP

Late Stage Pregnancy Cases

  • Acute calculous cholecystitis; viable 31-week pregnancy
  • Eclampsia; viable 35-week pregnancy
  • Hemorrhagic shock; placental abruption; viable 31-week pregnancy
  • Peripartum cardiomyopathy; viable 38-week pregnancy
  • Pyelonephritis with obstructive uropathy; viable 21-week pregnancy; breech presentation
  • Pyelonephritis; severe sepsis; viable 32-week pregnancy
  • Syncope; abdominal trauma; viable 32-week pregnancy
  • Traumatic cardiac arrest; viable 34-week pregnancy
  • Vaginal bleeding; viable 22-week pregnancy
  • Vaginal fluid leakage; viable 21-week pregnancy; breech presentation

Cardiac Resuscitation Cases

  • Acute Ascending Aortic Dissection (Thoracic Aortic Aneursym)
  • Acute Coronary Syndrome
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Cardiac Syncope (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy)
  • Cardiac Tamponade
  • Hypotension; Dehydration (Electrolyte Imbalance)
  • Massive Pulmonary Embolus
  • Pulseless Electrical Activity (Hyperkalemia)
  • Severe Sepsis with Pulmonary Source of Infection
  • Tension Pneumothorax

Hepatobiliary Cases

  • Acute Cholecystitis; Cholelithiasis
  • Acute Symptomatic Cholelithiasis
  • Ascites
  • Asymptomatic Gallbladder Polyp
  • Cholelithiasis
  • Cirrhosis; Cholelithiasis; Mild Splenomegaly
  • Cirrhosis; TIPS; Recanalized Umbilical Vein; Splenomegaly
  • Hepatic Metastasis
  • Hepatitis C-Related Cirrhosis; Cholelithiasis; Splenomegaly
  • Pancreatic Cancer

Genitourinary Cases

  • Adrenal Mass
  • Bilateral Nephrolithiasis
  • Hydronephrosis
  • Hydronephrosis, Nephrolithiasis
  • Hydronephrosis; Cystolithiasis
  • Hydronephrosis; Ureterolithiasis
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Polycystic Kidneys
  • Severe Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Ureterolithiasis

More information can be found at: SonoSimLiveScan

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