RespiSim® Learning Management System (LMS)
Enable learners with self-guided, e-learning content concentrating on high quality mechanical ventilation training. Get started with the acclaimed Standardized Education for Ventilatory Assistance (SEVA™) Curriculum, developed by the Cleveland Clinic.
RespiSim® Virtual Ventilator Software
Provide mechanical ventilation training in any environment! Demonstrate waveform analysis and the fundamentals of patient-ventilator interaction for a remote or in-person audience. Powered by the world-renowned ASL 5000 lung modeling technology, the Virtual Ventilator allows for true-to-life ventilation training without the hassle of hardware.
- Grants you access to self guided e-learning courses concentrating on high quality mechanical ventilation content
- Includes acclaimed Standardized Education for Ventilatory Assistance (SEVA™) Curriculum, developed by the Cleveland Clinic – Learn More
- Use the e-learning courses available through the LMS as an adjunct to your curriculum, primarily encouraging learners to complete the courses outside of class and/ or as a supplement to classroom instruction
- Learners can complete the self-guided e-learning courses to strengthen understanding of key concepts in mechanical ventilation
- Access a User Forum that promotes collaboration and knowledge-sharing between groups of both instructors and learners
- Powered by the world-renowned ASL 5000 lung-modeling technology within the RespiSim Software
- Reinforce and supplement the learning from your own curriculum and/or the e-learning from the RespiSim LMS
- Demonstrate waveform analysis and the fundamentals of patient-ventilator interaction for a live remote or in-person audience
- Instructors can lead Virtual Ventilator simulations, encouraging learners to observe and recommend changes
- Learners can interact with the Virtual Ventilator during self-study to visualize the concepts they’ve learned before putting their skills to the test on a real ventilator
- Choose from a library of 50+ adult lung models (e.g. ARDS, COPD, etc.) or create your own!
- That lung model will interact realistically with our Virtual Ventilator software interface
- Make live changes to the ventilator settings to demonstrate the impact of those changes on the waveforms and ventilator data (e.g. PIP, Vt, etc.)
There are multiple ways of running a simulation for a group of learners:
You can simply drive the simulation entirely from one device while demonstrating the interaction between the patient and the ventilator. This way, you can present either for a live audience or via an online meeting. Learners could weigh in on the treatment of the patient but they couldn’t control the patient or ventilator settings directly.
You can run the RespiSim software (to control the patient) and an instance of the Virtual Ventilator on your own device. Then, all learners can connect to the same shared instance of the Virtual Ventilator. From the shared instance of the Virtual Ventilator, learners are able to change the mode of ventilation and the ventilator settings (e.g. tidal volume, rate, etc.). They are also able to observe the impact of the changes on the waveforms, data, and alarms in real time. As the instructor, you will have access to the “primary” instance of the Virtual Ventilator. The “primary” instance includes additional capabilities such as changing alarm settings and toggling in and out of standby mode.
Learners control both sides of the simulation themselves by running the RespiSim software and the Virtual Ventilator from their own device. As the instructor, you may want to provide guidance in the form of the patient and ventilator settings that should be applied (i.e. bench simulations) or they can simply allow the learner to practice independently. In this case, the learner would have access to all capabilities of both RespiSim and the Virtual Ventilator.
Improve Patient Outcomes with Cutting Edge Technology
- Deliver highly effective mechanical ventilation training in a remote environment
- Easily add best-in-class e-learning content to your existing curriculum
- Strengthen understanding of key concepts in mechanical ventilation before the simulation lab
- Impact the next generation of healthcare professionals with fundamental ventilation training