Orientation to SimMan ™ the Human Patient Simulator. By Gail Heimburger, M.Ed. Director Clinical Skills Laboratory University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine. FAQ’s for the first-time users. How does the SimMan ™ work? What procedures can I do? How will I be evaluated on my skills?
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Gail Heimburger, M.Ed.
Clinical Skills Laboratory
University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
SimMan™ can be operated by:
Posterior pharyngeal swelling
Decreased cervical range of motion
Decreased right and/or left lung complianceAirway complications
Nasogastric tube placement
Foley catheter placement
The right arm provides sites for cannulations, IV infusions, phlebotomy and drug administration
All manikin functions are visually displayed
All vital signs are visually displayed