News | Pediatric Imaging | January 28, 2021

Immersive Emergency Point-of-care Ultrasound Training Solution

New technology introduces a new level of realism to pediatric emergency training

New technology introduces a new level of realism to pediatric emergency training

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January 28, 2021 — Gaumard Scientific Co., a healthcare simulation company committed to industry leadership through innovation, announced the unveiling of the Gaumard Ultrasound system and the pediatric emergency scenario module for Pediatric HAL S2225. The immersive emergency point-of-care ultrasound training solution will be introduced during a Learning Lab session at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare's virtual conference, IMSH Delivers 2021.

The session will provide attendees with an exclusive look at the ultrasound system and give them valuable insight into the dynamic scenario-based learning experiences now possible with Pediatric HAL, the world's most advanced pediatric patient simulator. Gaumard will demonstrate its ultrasound system, incorporating Pediatric HAL's eye movements and verbal cues, to show health care professionals a powerful new level of realism in pediatric emergency care training.  

"Point-of-care ultrasound is a highly sensitive examination, especially with a pediatric trauma patient. Until now, clinicians have not had immersive scenario-based training to hone their ultrasound skills in a variety of clinically accurate scenarios. When paired with the anatomical and physiological fidelity of Pediatric HAL, the Gaumard Ultrasound system and scenario module offers the most true-to-life simulated clinical experience available today," said John Eggert, executive vice president of Gaumard Scientific Company. "The Gaumard Ultrasound system will enable learners to practice an extensive range of scenarios that one might never ordinarily encounter in training. Gaumard is focused on delivering the most comprehensive training solutions to meet the needs of health care educators and professionals, and we will continue to innovate to meet the needs of the health care community."

Interested parties can register to attend the live Learning Labs on the IMSH website. Early registration for the IMSH Learning Labs is available for IMSH attendees. SSH members can register for IMSH free of charge.

For more information: www.gaumard.com

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