The groundbreaking technology allows educators to easily transform one simulator to meet a full range of highly realistic clinical conditions and trauma scenarios.
North East, Maryland, January 6 2022 – Operative Experience Inc., (OEI) a company that develops the world’s only hands-in-the-body medical simulators for obstetrics, trauma, and surgical training, today announced TCS Pro Series, a new generation of fully modular trauma and tactical training simulators. The TCS Pro Series simulators feature groundbreaking, on-the-fly interchangeable wounds—from a trauma patient to a medical patient—with fully-integrated patient monitoring and all-new advanced software capabilities and scenarios.
The TCS Pro Series provides a full range of anatomically accurate male and female simulators for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), and Advanced Life Support (ALS) training for healthcare providers, first responders, and combat medicine. With TCS Pro’s interchangeable wound capability, each simulator can be quickly and easily modified to support a uniquely diverse range of emergency scenarios and training possibilities.
“Our customers in combat medicine have been asking us for an all-in-one modular simulator for all levels of trauma care from the point of injury to more advanced clinical care in a Medical Treatment Facility,” said Paul Bernal, VP Global Sales and Business Development for OEI. “The TCS Pro is the first simulation solution to fully satisfy that need, providing a full range of casualty trauma scenarios in the field to advanced patient conditions and physiology, drug support and fully-integrated patient monitoring for extended medical treatment scenarios.”
All OEI’s trauma care simulators offer a uniquely diverse range of options for simulation users, including anatomically accurate male and female versions as well as African American, Caucasian and Hispanic skin tones. The simulators feature lifelike soft tissue and skin, easy-to-use tablet control, over ten hours of continuous battery run-time and are fully ruggedized, wireless and autonomous for training in any environment.
“With TCS Pro, our objective from the beginning was to build a complete portfolio of products that met the government’s training needs from start to finish and that’s what we’ve accomplished,” said OEI’s CEO Lou Oberndorf. “Last year we introduced the world’s first anatomically accurate female trauma simulator, providing much needed diversity in simulation training, and now with TCS Pro we have developed a next-generation fully modular portfolio of trauma care simulators that’s unlike anything else on the market.”
TCS Pro Series will be introduced next week at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in Los Angeles, California, the industry’s leading conference for the latest innovations and best practices in healthcare simulation. OEI will be exhibiting in the conference Expo Hall at booth #819.