SIMULATION LAB Making Us Better One Student at a Time. Alexandra C. Snyder, B.S. Division of Cardiovascular Perfusion Medical University of South Carolina November 9, 2011. Disclosures. I have nothing to disclose I have no relationship with commercial supporters. Objectives.
Alexandra C. Snyder, B.S.
Division of Cardiovascular Perfusion
Medical University of South Carolina
November 9, 2011
*ULCO Technologies, Sydney, NSW, Australia
(Sim- Central Pty Ltd, Earlwood, New South Wales, Australia)
“The easy to use, intuitive software allows the Perfusionist Trainer to control the simulator and execute the training session manually, or use a set of predefined scripts”
“The fidelity of the physiologic monitoring is so realistic that our students will not be simulating bypass, they will be doing bypass on a simulated patient”
SUNY Upstate’s Simulation Lab
Sim Lab Operating Room
-No room for mistakes
*Reinforces lectures *Determined by random case for the day
*Exposure to low volume, high- *Experience determined
risk events frequently by cases
*Can demonstrate corrective *No re-dos
*Unlimited experience *Limited case load
*Clinical variety *Experience based on rotation and surgeon
Fernandez A. Simulation in perfusion: where do we go from here?. Perfusion. 2010;25(1):17-20.