Presentation on theme: "SimMan 3G Features Module. SimMan3G Objectives: Upon completion of the chapter you should be able to: –Identify features of Simman3G. –Identify Accessories."— Presentation transcript:
SimMan 3G Features Module
SimMan3G Objectives: Upon completion of the chapter you should be able to: –Identify features of Simman3G. –Identify Accessories and Consumables for Simman3G. –Utilize the FAQs section to troubleshoot operational issues.
SimMan3G Completely wireless and self contained Internal electrical and pneumatic power Supplemental wired connectivity and power Wirelessly integrates with existing computer networks Swappable, rechargeable batteries Approximately 4 hours continuous operation in wireless mode Rugged and reliable for use in multiple environments.
Airway Features Controllable open/closed airway Head tilt/Chin lift Jaw Thrust w/ Articulated Jaw Suctioning (Oral & Nasal) Bag-Valve Mask Ventilation Orotracheal Intubation Nasotracheal Intubation Retrograde Intubation Fiberoptic Intubation Supraglottic Airway Devices Transtracheal jet Ventilation Needle Cricothyrotomy Surgical Cricothyrotomy Variable Lung Compliance –4 Settings Variable Airway Resistance –4 Settings Right Mainstem Intubation Stomach Distension Connectivity with third party respiratory simulations.
Airway Complications Detection of proper head position Cant Intubate/ Can Ventilate Cant Intubate/ Cant Ventilate Tongue Edema –Variable Degrees of Edema Pharyngeal Swelling Laryngospasm Decreased Cervical Range of Motion Trismus
Breathing Features Simulated Spontaneous Breathing Bilateral and Unilateral Chest Rise and Fall CO2 Exhalation Normal and Abnormal Breath Sounds –5 Anterior Auscultation Sites –6 posterior Auscultation Sites Oxygen Saturation and Waveform
Circulation Features BP Measured manually by auscultation of korotkoff sounds. Pulses (Synchronized with ECG) –Carotid –Brachial –Radial –Femoral –Popliteal –Dorsalis Pedis –Posterior Tibialis Pulse strength variable with BP Pulse palpation is detected and logged.
Vascular Access & Pharmacology IV Access (Right Arm) Intraosseous Access –Sternal –Tibial (Left) Automatic Drug Recognition System –Identifies Drug –Identifies Dose Extensive Drug Formulary Automatic or Programmable physiological responses
Increased Functionality – ® Arm RF ID Tag
Right Arm Replace current IV arm Add a radial pulse Standard tools Use of standard syringes Automatic registration Drugs recognised by SW Physiological model controls manikin responses IV module IV access point RF antenna for ID of drug Flow meter Increased Functionality – ® Arm
CPR Features Compliant with 2005 Guidelines CPR Compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure wave form, and ECG artifacts Realistic compression depth and resistance Detection of depth and frequency of compressions Detection of Leaning Real-time feedback on quality of CPR
Eye Features Blinking –Slow –Normal –Fast –Winks Open, closed and partially open options Pupillary Accommodation Synchrony Asynchrony Normal and Sluggish speed of response
Body Motion Seizures (Convulsions) –Fascillation –Tonic Motion –Tonic/Clonic Motion