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Stitches or Sutures - Wound Closure Today and in History
The early Egyptians, Greeks and Romans were all well versed in suturing procedures. In fact, the oldest known sewing needle is about 25,000 years old and was discovered in France. Here's a fun article about suturing--from ancient history to today....
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Training Future Physicians at SIU School of Medicine
The SIU School of Medicine and the Memorial Medical Center, located in Springfield, IL have designed a program for high school and college students as well as community members interested in learning more about a career in healthcare. The program, Hands-On Healthcare, provides the...
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PacerMan Adds a New Layer of Challenge to SimWars 2017!
An 83 year-old-man with an implanted pacemaker suffers a syncopal event after riding the Incredible Hulk Coaster at Universal Orlando. His family takes him to the Emergency Room where they discover complete 3rd degree heart block and no visible pacer...
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New, Realistic Airway Management Simulator Debuts at ACEP Scientific Assembly 17
Simulab Corporation, a medical simulation company based in Seattle, WA will unveil a prototype of their new ultra-realistic airway management training system, AirwayMan™ at booth #2607 at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in Washington, D.C. this Sunday. Simulab’s team of product engineers...
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Hats off to Ochsner Simulation Center, Ocshner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA
Congratulations and best wishes to Ochsner Simulation Center, in New Orleans, LA. On October 2nd, the center held a much anticipated ribbon cutting ceremony and open house, both of which Simulab was proud to attend. With the full support of...
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New Complete Airway Management Simulator Appeared at ACEP17
Last month in Washington D.C., ACEP Scientific Assembly exhibitor, Simulab Corporation, showcased a prototype of their new tactile, flexible and notably realistic airway management training system, AirwayMan™. AirwayMan is the much anticipated result of Simulab’s collaborations with leading healthcare educators. It offers...
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Bhutan Foundation donates TraumaMan to JDWNRH
TraumaMan continues to make his way around the world. His latest destination is the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) in Thimphu, Bhutan. TraumaMan was donated by the Bhutan Foundation. The Bhutan Foundation is the only American not-for-profit organization that is wholly focused...
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PacerMan Debuts at ACEP
Simulab presents PacerMan, the first and only temporary cardiac pacing simulator available, at ACEP (American College of Emergency Physicians) in Boston. The PacerMan™ System allows clinicians to perform Emergent Transvenous Cardiac Pacing. Driven by Simulab’s patented SimuSensor™ Technology, the PacerMan...
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LapTrainers Get a Workout in New York
A full lineup of Simulab LapTrainers get an energetic workout at a Postgraduate Master's Class at the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeon's yearly Minimally Invasive Surgery Week in New York. This multi-specialty conference of a number of MIS Societies helps increase knowledge of laparoscopic, endoscopic, and...
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Introducing PICCLineMan™, the Newest Patient Safety Superhero Trainer
Seattle, WA— August 30, 2015 —Seattle-based medical simulator manufacturer, Simulab, announces the release of PICCLineMan, an innovative training simulator designed to provide medical students and nurses with a realistic PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) line insertion training experience. Central Line...
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PICCLineMan Gets Work Done at AVA
PICCLineMan was a key player at the recent Association of Vascular Access conference training session. The AVA is an association of healthcare professionals founded in 1985 to promote the emerging vascular access specialty. AVA's Annual Scientific Meeting is the premier...
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STEM Students Learn that Working with Medical Dummies Takes Real Smarts
Simulab hosts a group of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program students from Cleveland High School. Seattle, WA— June 10, 2015 —Seattle-based medical simulator manufacturer, Simulab, hosted a group of twelve high school juniors from the STEM program at...
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North Shore-LIJ Health System Wins Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality Award
Congratulations to the recent 2014 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award recipients including North Shore LIJ Health System for its work on reducing sepsis mortality.
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Simulab CentraLineMan Training Proven to Reduce Infection Rate & Hospital Costs
HealthSim covers patient safety research done on the use of CentraLineMan at The Feinberg School of Medicine Simulation Technology and Immersive Learning Center. Read More
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