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Dynamic Cardiology Content Pack

1st Edition: November 2020

This simulation content pack aligns with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) training and education activities.  

Add this pack to your Acadicus Pro Space and work with a preconfigured scene template, or customize to your curriculum.

Contents

Patient

Miles Johnson, elderly male, facial expressions, dizziness, turns pale, defibrillator shock, vital signs, etc.

Equipment

Defibrillator with pads, medication bag with medications, airway bag, ecg stickers and leads, blood pressure cuff, IV, bag valve mask, stretcher, oxygen tank, non-rebreather mask.

Environments

The dynamic cardiology content pack is compatible with any Acadicus Environment (condo, office, ER, ICU, etc.).

Simulation Manager

Controls for patient animations, vital signs, alarms, etc.  Instructors, sim techs or standardized patient actors can play the role of the patient.  Includes vital sign presets for several patient states.  

Mutliplayer

Multiple users can enter a scene simultaneously, joining from any location, where they are able to interact with these assets and conduct virtual simulation scenarios.  

VR or Non-VR

Acadicus is compatible with Oculus Rift and non-VR mode on compatible windows PC.  Simulations can also be screen-shared for easy access on any device through Zoom or other video conferencing platforms.  

Featured Lessons

Contact us to create and share 3D recorded lessons created with this content pack.  

Intro to Dynamic Cardiology

By Bill Ballo, Madison College

CHD

By Bill Ballo

Heart Blocks

Coming soon! 

Sponsors and Contributors

Organizations can sponsor expansions of or modifications to simulation content to be included in the next edition of this content pack.  Expert instructors can gain access to complimentary Acadicus Pro Space to capture and share 3D recorded demonstrations that can be accessed by other Acadicus users.  

Bill Ballo

Bill has been in EMS since 1997 and EMS Education and simulation since 2008. Bill is a graduate of St. Petersburg College with an A.S. in EMS and an A.A. in Liberal Arts. He attended the University of Florida where he earned his B.S. in Telecommunication in June of 2007. Bill earned his Master’s in Public Health from the University of South Florida in December of 2012. Bill is currently leading efforts to help faculty learn and utilize technology, including Virtual Reality, in all aspects of education at Madison College in Madison Wisconsin.

Bill’s current title is Faculty in Academic Technology in the Madison College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). Bill continues to be involved in EMS Education on the Local, State, and National level. 

Madison College

Madison College provides top, hands-on training in 150+ degree & certificate programs at 9 local campuses with online, accelerated & part-time options.

Become a Contributor / Collaborator

Send us a note to inquire about how you can contribute to or expand development of this simulation.

Acadicus Info / Demo Request

Do you have access to an Oculus Rift, Oculus Rift S or Oculus-ready PC+Quest via Link cable?

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Notices

Best practices in this field are constantly changing.  As new experience and information improve our knowledge, changes in methods, professional practices or treatment may be necessary.  Practitioners, students and researchers must always rely on their own experience in evaluating and using any information or methods described in this simulation or any supplemental information related to it.  In using this simulation, or any information related to it, please be mindful of your own safety and the safety of others, including parties for whom you have a professional responsibility.  To the fullest extent fo the law, neither Acadicus nor the authors, contributors or editors assume any liability for any injury and/or damage to persons or property as a matter of products instructions or ideas contained in this simulation or related materials.   

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