In partnership with the SSA (French Armed Forces Health Service), Medusims has developed a numerical medical simulator for the initial treatment and care of war wounded – Combat Rescue Level 1 (SC1) – by soldiers out in the field. Description You are a soldier. Within a platoon, you are conducting a patrol on the outskirts […]
In spring 2014, Medusims deployed a numerical medical simulator for taking care of atrial fibrillation, designed for independent cardiologists. This simulator was used as a support for post-university teaching sessions organised by a pharmaceutical laboratory in France.
You are an independent cardiologist. Three patients are waiting for you in your clinic’s waiting room. They are suffering from atrial fibrillation.
There are various teaching objectives: Ascertaining the case history, making a diagnosis, and then orienting them and choosing their treatment and the right healthcare path.
Scientific Committee: Prof. Le Heuzey (Paris), Prof. Jouven (Paris), Prof. Leenhardt (Paris), Prof. Fauchier (Tours), Prof. Touzet (Caen), Prof. Varenne (Paris), and Prof. Mignon (Paris).
Medical writer: Dr. Julien Rosencher.
A scientific study was conducted in order to assess the evaluation potential of this simulator in relation to classic Multiple-Choice Questionnaires.