Learn more about the RespiSim System.
This package leverages the power of the world’s most sophisticated breathing simulator, the ASL 5000™, with a software tool designed to simplify and enhance simulation management. The RespiSim® Software helps you create and run multi-stage ventilation management scenarios which include x-rays, vital signs, ABG values, waveforms, and more! The Non-Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation module is included.
Think mobility! Here, the components of the Essential package are mounted on a mobile cart to create a compact, highly efficient workstation – perfect for in-situ training. Take your training station from the simulation center to the ICU where you can rehearse using real patient data. The 16’ monitor allows learners to view vital signs and x-rays without seeing the instructor’s controls. The instructor controls the simulation with a separate touchscreen monitor.
The Modes of Ventilation package of 5 modules is included so instructors hit the ground running with their simulations.
With the addition of the world’s first respiratory-centered manikin simulator, RespiPatient®, the Pro package provides the highest fidelity training. Learners assess chest rise, lung, heart and bowel sounds, x-rays, ABG values, and waveforms before treating their “patient.” You can even train procedures such as needle decompression, tracheotomy, and chest tube insertion. The Modes of Ventilation (Package of 5) and the Patient-Ventilator Synchrony in the Volume Assist-Control Mode (Package of 4) are included. RespiPatient folds to an upright position on the mobile cart for easy transport.Watch a video demonstration.
Live Distance Training is conducted interactively via web conference over the course of three two-hour sessions. It has been approved for 6 contact hours Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit by the American Association for Respiratory Care, 9425, N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 100, Irving TX 75063.
The 2-Day Customer-Site Training program has been approved for 14 contact hours Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit by the American Association for Respiratory Care.