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Laerdal SimMan 3G Patient Simulator

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Monday, June 1, 2009


Designed to help you train in any environment, the durable-construction SimMan 3G incorporates wireless technology with a built-in compressor. In addition, with its own on-board fluids, you can introduce simulated blood and secretions from various points on the simulator. The high-tech but affordable SimMan 3G also makes it easy to implement your simulation-based training program. It features an automatic drug-recognition system and pupils that react to light. The SimMan 3G offers multiple modes of operation, including automatic physiological responses, and the ability to run pre-programmed scenarios, such as Advanced Cardiac Life Support or Terrorism Response scenarios.

Laerdal

800/648-1851 Ext. 3237

Chris.Devenny@laerdal.com

www.laerdal.com




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