Study Results: VR Simulation for Pediatric Airway Intubation Readiness Education
Acadicus was used to conduct a study by Drs. Agasthya, Penfil, and Slamon, revealing promising results for virtual medical simulation:
“In this study, there were no differences in the accuracy of performance while learning the steps to prepare for airway intubation between inexperienced learners who used VR technology and experienced senior fellows.”
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Virtual pediatric simulation content includes patients, equipment, preconfigured scene templates, audio effects, and more.
Acadicus comes with a library of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) simulation templates, patients, equipment, and environments.
Empower students with hands-on clinical experiences in a safe environment by working with our expansive library of scenarios and content.
These 3D virtual anatomy assets and more are available in Acadicus and can be used to create immersive virtual healthcare education experiences.
In this series of 3D Recorded presentations, Dr. Nick Slamon describes ACLS and PALS heart rhythm disturbances.
Operating room virtual reality simulation content pack with airway management / endotracheal intubation assets.
This virtual simulation content pack includes assets for basic wound treatment in an emergency room environment.
This content pack contains everything needed to conduct ECG lead placement training through virtual simulation. Accessible in VR or non-VR.
The Respiratory Therapy asset pack includes an elderly patient, various oxygen adjuncts, and interactive oxygen flow meter.
Acadicus comes with a library of characters that can be used to stage a wide variety of simulation scenarios that can be manipulated with Sim Manager.
Within the environment, characters, equipment and other assets can be added to the scene depending on the scenario.
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