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SimMan 3G Features Module. SimMan3G. Objectives: Upon completion of the chapter you should be able to: Identify features of Simman3G. Identify Accessories and Consumables for Simman3G. Utilize the FAQ’s section to troubleshoot operational issues. SimMan3G.

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simman3g
SimMan3G

Objectives:

  • Upon completion of the chapter you should be able to:
    • Identify features of Simman3G.
    • Identify Accessories and Consumables for Simman3G.
    • Utilize the FAQ’s section to troubleshoot operational issues.
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SimMan3G
  • Completely wireless and self contained
  • Internal electrical and pneumatic power
  • Supplemental wired connectivity and power
  • Wirelessly integrates with existing computer networks
  • Swappable, rechargeable batteries
  • Approximately 4 hours continuous operation in wireless mode
  • Rugged and reliable for use in multiple environments.
airway features
Controllable open/closed airway

Head tilt/Chin lift

Jaw Thrust w/ Articulated Jaw

Suctioning (Oral & Nasal)

Bag-Valve Mask Ventilation

Orotracheal Intubation

Nasotracheal Intubation

Retrograde Intubation

Fiberoptic Intubation

Supraglottic Airway Devices

Transtracheal jet Ventilation

Needle Cricothyrotomy

Surgical Cricothyrotomy

Variable Lung Compliance

4 Settings

Variable Airway Resistance

4 Settings

Right Mainstem Intubation

Stomach Distension

Connectivity with third party respiratory simulations.

Airway Features
airway complications
Airway Complications
  • Detection of proper head position
  • Can’t Intubate/ Can Ventilate
  • Can’t Intubate/ Can’t Ventilate
  • Tongue Edema
    • Variable Degrees of Edema
  • Pharyngeal Swelling
  • Laryngospasm
  • Decreased Cervical Range of Motion
  • Trismus
breathing features
Breathing Features
  • Simulated Spontaneous Breathing
  • Bilateral and Unilateral Chest Rise and Fall
  • CO2 Exhalation
  • Normal and Abnormal Breath Sounds
    • 5 Anterior Auscultation Sites
    • 6 posterior Auscultation Sites
  • Oxygen Saturation and Waveform
circulation features
Circulation Features
  • BP Measured manually by auscultation of korotkoff sounds.
  • Pulses (Synchronized with ECG)
    • Carotid
    • Brachial
    • Radial
    • Femoral
    • Popliteal
    • Dorsalis Pedis
    • Posterior Tibialis
  • Pulse strength variable with BP
  • Pulse palpation is detected and logged.
vascular access pharmacology
Vascular Access & Pharmacology
  • IV Access (Right Arm)
  • Intraosseous Access
    • Sternal
    • Tibial (Left)
  • Automatic Drug Recognition System
    • Identifies Drug
    • Identifies Dose
  • Extensive Drug Formulary
  • Automatic or Programmable physiological responses
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Increased Functionality – ® Arm

  • Right Arm
  • Replace current IV arm
  • Add a radial pulse
  • IV module
  • IV access point
  • RF antenna for ID of drug
  • Flow meter
  • Standard tools
  • Use of standard syringes
  • Automatic registration
  • Drugs recognised by SW
  • Physiological model controls manikin responses
cpr features
CPR Features
  • Compliant with 2005 Guidelines
  • CPR Compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure wave form, and ECG artifacts
  • Realistic compression depth and resistance
  • Detection of depth and frequency of compressions
  • Detection of Leaning
  • Real-time feedback on quality of CPR
eye features
Eye Features
  • Blinking
    • Slow
    • Normal
    • Fast
    • Winks
  • Open, closed and partially open options
  • Pupillary Accommodation
  • Synchrony
  • Asynchrony
  • Normal and Sluggish speed of response
body motion
Body Motion
  • Seizures (Convulsions)
    • Fascillation
    • Tonic Motion
    • Tonic/Clonic Motion
secretions
Secretions
  • Secretions
  • Locations
    • Eyes
    • Ears
    • Nose
    • Mouth
  • Types
    • Blood
    • Mucous
    • CSF
  • Diaphoresis
  • Urine Output
    • Variable
  • Foley Catheterization
    • Male and Female Anatomy