During COVID, the use of patient simulators offers EMS providers a mechanism of making simulation activities safer by reducing the exposure and limiting the spread between humans.
The University of Florida's Center for Experiential Learning and Simulation (CELS) was the first in the country to add a female trauma care simulator developed by Operative Experience, Inc.
OEI's emergency obstetrics simulation suite was used in a recent study to measure the impact of simulation in the training of C-Section procedures among residents.
The new Tactical Casualty Care Female Simulator is breaking the gender barrier by answering the call for gender specific medical training in trauma care.
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!
RealMom 2.0 is the world’s most lifelike birthing simulator and is the only birthing simulator to feature an all-natural active birth canal, accurate internal anatomy and landmarks, and on-the-fly cervix dilation and fetal station.
There are many reasons why a C-section might take place and having a learning environment that covers all labor eventualities helps to create highly skilled professionals by allowing them to experience a wide range of medical emergencies in preparation for the real thing.
With around 4 million registered nurses in the US, it’s important to register our gratitude and reflect on the work that they do. National Nurses Week concludes on Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12th, and aims to celebrate and elevate America’s most trusted professionals.
OEI took part in a recent simulation day at Drexel University College of Medicine for the purpose of teaching evaluation skills and procedures for operative and emergency deliveries.
OEI's C-Celia Postpartum Hemorrhage Simulator was recently featured in a live demonstration of bleeding control techniques using a Bakri Balloon device at the recent EM Essentials conference in Las Vegas [watch the video]