The SimSuite System is driven by the standardized “Process of Care” model. The system’s haptics (tactile feedback), combined with simulated examples of actual patient scenarios and real images allow practitioners to formulate diagnoses, assess risk, perform procedures, address post-procedure issues and receive confidential feedback on over 800 metric data points.
The full physics-based simulator incorporates major components of an endovascular lab including hemodynamic monitoring, real-time fluoroscopic imaging, road-mapping, cine acquisition, contrast injection, panning, catheter and device interaction, pharmacology management and others. Utilizing several of these components, the SimSuite can also mimic an Emergency Department or Intensive Care Unit in order to provide core clinical education.
Unlike typical computer-based training, patient outcomes are not pre-determined. Each simulation experience is unique because it is driven by the participant’s decisions and skills in managing the complex medical challenges of the clinical scenario.