3D Systems ANGIO MENTOR™
Virtual reality simulator with the ability to conduct highly specialized training in all endovascular procedures
Unique technology for realistic “immersion” in the actual situation of a catheterization / operation with a visual and tactile feedback system.
Complete set of individual and team training modules for physicians from various specialties – Interventional Cardiology, Radiology, Vascular Surgery, Breast Surgery, Electrophysiology, Interventional Neurology and Neurochirurgia.
LAP MENTOR™ III
LAP MENTOR™ III is a system of laparoscopic simulators, which provides numerous educational opportunities for specialists from different surgical specialties – thoracic and abdominal surgery, urology, gynaecology. These simulators are created and are being developed in collaboration with leading surgeons and professional societies. The ever-growing set of modules (17 available modules with more than 70 tasks) allows the creation of a structured individual plan with different difficulty levels. LAP MENTOR™ III systems feature one of the most powerful graphic processors which provide visualization maximally close to reality. The wide variety of instruments and configurations for placement of the trocars gives an opportunity for training different approaches and decision making.
GI-BRONCH MENTOR™ is a unified system for endoscopy training in the field of gastro-enterology and pulmonology. The system is equipped with a gastroscope, colonoscope and bronchoscope. Combining basic endoscopic skills, key procedures and selected clinical cases is the approach by which the trainees gain experience and strengthen their knowledge. In 2014 the European Respiratory Sopciety awards BRONCH MENTOR™ with its prize for a product of exceptional interest for the education in bronchology.
ARTHRO MENTOR™ is a high-tech arthroscopic simulator, suitable for the training of orthopaedists and rheumatologists. It is extremely effective for mastering arthroscopic and surgical skills as with its help the training time required for performing complicated diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopic manipulations is significantly decreased. Included in the set are 3D models of the joints of the shoulder, knee and hip, as well as real instruments, used in the operating theatre. The feedback from the manipulators while performing the procedures creates an impression maximally close to real life conditions.
SimJunior is an interactive paediatric simulator with a feedback system, developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics. The dummy is a 6 year old child which could be used to teach students from all courses, depending on their level of preparation, as well as paramedics. The variety of conditions that could be simulated ranges from normal physiology to critical states. A reserved trademark of all Laerdal simulators is the avant-garde system for debriefing after the training, which makes the educational purposes set for every student easily achievable.
SimMom is e precise obstetric simulator with the ability to adapt to the individual needs of the student, as well as to group training sessions following a preset program. Along with getting acquainted with normal delivery students could train some of the instrumental techniques for facilitated delivery (vacuum, forceps). The set includes various models of uteri, placentas and fetuses which allows different scenarios to be conducted, regarding the position of the baby in the uterus and possible complications in the postpartum period.
SimMan 3G is an innovative patient simulator, designed to provide maximally realistic training, while at the same time is easy to maintain and configure. Training sessions could be initiated in automatic or manual regime. The long list of functions includes cardiac and pulmonary auscultation, pupils, responsive to light, circulating body fluids, trauma sets, drug identification (RFID), fictive verbal communication and a lot more. The wireless connection between the simulator, the patient monitor and the instructor’s PC reveals countless opportunities for mobility, situational diversity and team training, including transportation and reporting of patients.
Laparoscopic box trainers
MSTC features four fully equipped laparoscopic boxing trainers. Any trainee student, trainee doctor or surgeon will be able to work with the main tools used in day-to-day endoscopic surgery. With these devices, both basic skills and more advanced techniques such as stitches and surgical nodes can be practiced.
Ureteral catheter training simulator for adults
This simulator provides realistic catheterization of female and male urethra. Allows for: a sense of resistance and pressure, as in a real patient; real practical insertion, positioning, inflation and dropping the catheter balloon; leakage of urine when the catheter is in an appropriate position; transparent bladder and removing the abdominal wall for a clearer visualization of the urethral catheterization process. Possibility for different levels of difficulty (3 levels of adjustable narrowing of the male urethra) and care for a suprapubic catheter.
Adult intubation head
Realistic boxing simulator for practicing various techniques of oral and nasal intubation in adults. Includes realistic anatomical elements: teeth, tongue, oral cavity with pharynx, larynx, epiglottis, parts of trachea, lungs, esophagus and stomach. The trainer also offers additional features such as: swelling of the tongue, laryngospasm. Applying pressure on the cricoid cartilage alters the position of the trachea, allowing realistic practice of the Cellic maneuver.
Epidural and spinal injection simulator
This epidural and spinal injection simulator is very impressive due to its extremely realistic vision. Allows for the following basic features of the device: spinal anesthesia with or without cannula; epidural anesthesia using a technique of loss of resistance and retention; spinal canal filled with fluid, with a realistic leakage rate due to the ability to adjust the overpressure; inserting a catheter into the epidural space. With these abilities, it can be used to train both basic skills and techniques for more advanced professionals.
Central Venous Catheter Simulator (CVC)
A realistic boxing simulator that allows you to develop the basic knowledge and skills required to place a central venous catheter (CVC). The simulator has a real anatomical positioning of a vena cava, subclusive, jugular, middle basilar and basilar veins. The presence of a moving chin and folding ribs to measure the correct length of the catheter from the place of attachment to the second or third intercostal space or to confirm the correct placement of the distal tip of the catheter in the visible vein. Suitable for both basic skills training and advanced techniques.
A real female pelvis model that helps develop diagnostic skills in gynecological procedures and abdominal palpation. It allows the complete introduction of gynecological tools and examinations, with the opportunity to illustrate various pathological conditions, facilitating the acquisition of clinical experience. The mumps include: normal uterus, pregnant uterus in the 10th gestational week, uterine uterine uterus, normal uterine neck, endocervical polyps neck, ectopic cervix, neoplasia (carcinoma), normal ovaries and ovarian tumors.
A uretral catheterization simulator for a baby
Provides realistic catheterization of female and male baby urethra. Allows for: real practical insertion, positioning, inflation and dropping catheter balloon; leakage of urine when the catheter is in an appropriate position; sense of resistance and pressure; anatomical realism with baby and male genitalia.
Intubation infant head
A practice simulator on a pediatric respiratory system. It includes realistic anatomical elements, illumination of the airways and throat while practicing intrathoracic intubation, highlighting vowel connections and swelling of the tongue.
Pediatric lumbar puncture simulator
Boxing simulator for lumbar puncture representing 10-12 months baby with the ability to flex the neck and knees. Includes: Built-in lumbar comb, removable spine and spinal canal. The correct puncture site is detected by palpation of the wing and vertebral column where a small trough is formed. Fluid leakage with correct positioning of the puncture needle.