Human patient simulator
. Retrieved July 21, 2008, from http://www.meti.com/products_pshps.htm
(% good) HPS=Human Patient Simulator
, NA=not applicable.
In the area of cardiorespiratory training, highly realistic acute care environments can be created using the medium-high-fidelity human patient simulators
developed for medical education.
Use of a human patient simulator
for the advanced trauma life support course.
Eddey, Matheny's assistant medical director who also serves as clinical associate professor of pediatrics at UMDNJ, the medical students experience one-on-one contact with patient simulators
who have been chosen by Matheny's administrators and given special training by Ms.
II (Knowledge House, Halifax, Nova Scotia), written for practicing primary care physicians, is a patient simulation with feedback at the end of the case on the user's performance.
One study compared the success rate of endotracheal intubation among paramedic students trained on a human patient simulator
group or on human subjects in the operating room.
A creation of Simulaids, a patient simulator
manufacturer, it was introduced at the Arab Health Congress for patient simulation training exercises for practitioners of basic and advanced life support, nursing and physician evaluation.
Teaching first-year medical students physiology: does the human patient simulator
allow for more effective teaching?
Caption: In addition to a new library, classrooms and fully-equipped biology, chemistry and physics laboratories, the recently opened Health Education and Technical Center at Manchester Community College is home to SimMan, a state-of-the art patient simulator
for hands-on learning.
The revolutionary, if unimaginatively named Human Patient Simulator
(HPS) will fall asleep if injected with anaesthetic, and can replicate shallow asthmatic breathing, a stab wound, or an irregular heartbeat.
(METI), introduces the Health Sciences Human Patient Simulator
(HPS), the latest addition to a line of products for training students and practitioners at all levels of medical education.