It is surprising to learn that women who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital receive bystander CPR less often than men, even though it is a proven intervention associated with improved rates of survival with good neurological recovery. According to research, women received CPR in 39% of witnessed instances of collapse whereas men received CPR in 45% of their cases. That may not sound like much, but it definitely impacts survival with men surviving at a higher rate.
Until the introduction of OEI’s Emergency Hysterectomy Trainer, there have been almost no simulation models available for teaching abdominal hysterectomy. With the availability of complete, highly-realistic and integrated training solutions for the entire labor and delivery continuum of care, OEI is transforming how medical simulation looks and feels!
By OEI Team|2019-08-28T14:47:37+00:00August 28th, 2019|Blog|