TraumaMan Surgical Abdomen Team Training System



TraumaMan Surgical Abdomen Team Training System
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SA-1130
 

 

The TraumaMan Surgical Abdomen Training System offers an excellent solution in the growing area of team training. It allows you to transform your existing TraumaMan System's abdominal area into a blood pumping abdominal surgical site that's flexible enough to accommodate a wide array of open and laparascopic surgical scenarios. 

Full surgical teams can work on improving technical, task-related skills along with critical communication and teamwork abilities. Team training might include the diagnosis and treatment of a renal or aortic injury, the management of an emergency surgery, preparation for a catastrophic surgical event, and building confidence and reliability in an individual role within a team framework. It is powered by Simulab's new blood circulation system so students can assess and control blood loss with suction and an easy-to-use remote control.

Testimonial:

After training with Simulab's Surgical Abdomen Training System, our students are much more skilled and confident in the operating room. The broad range of simulated cases they are able to practice gives students more time to work through mock surgical cases and achieve a higher level of confidence. The team at Simulab has gone above and beyond to meet the needs of my program and my students, providing us with quality products. They provide life-like surgical simulation. If you want to train the best Surgical Technologists, the products and simulators from Simulab are a must have.

-Logan Ray Threet, CST
Program Director/Faculty Surgical Technology 

 

FEATURES

  • Anatomically correct human abdominal cavity including vertebral column, kidneys, intestines, complete digestive tract, renal artery and omentum
  • Blood flow is easily adjusted with suction and remote control
  • Virtual Patient Monitor for on-the-fly control of vitals
  • Large, replaceable abdominal tissue that can be reused for multiple scenarios
  • Includes multiple catastrophic event scenarios to increase team training opportunities
  • Full trauma teams can work together
  • Easy to set up and clean

SCENARIO OPTIONS

  • Nicked Aorta Procedure
  • Nicked Renal Artery Procedure
  • Lacerated Kidney Procedure
  • Cholecystectomy Procedure with Insufflation Device
  • Build your own Laparascopic Procedure

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • Diagnosis/treatment of an aortic or renal artery injury, or a lacerated kidney
  • Management of emergency surgery
  • Preparation for a catastrophic surgical event
  • Building confidence and reliability in an individual role within a team framework

 COMPONENTS 

  • Abdominal Cavity with Vertebral Column
  • Internal Organs including Kidneys and Intestines
  • Complete Digestive Tract
  • Aortic Birfurcation Insert
  • Nicked Renal Artery
  • Lacerated Kidney
  • Blood Circulation System with Bladder Cavity Insert
  • Red Concentrate
  • Upper Body Form Skin
  • Abdominal Platform Tray
  • Lower Body Form
  • Surgical Abdomen Replaceable Tissue
  • Simulated Umbilicus Insert
  • Interlocking Tray Support Bar
  • Screwdriver and Two Screws
  • Virtual Patient Monitor


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