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 summer 2015, Medusims published a numerical medical simulator for taking care of a patient suffering from multiple trauma following a road accident. The operation is carried out by an SMUR (Mobile Emergency and Resuscitation Structure) team in a pre-hospital setting, and then by a medical team in a crash room. This simulator was used as a support for post-university training sessions organised by a pharmaceutical laboratory within emergency services in France, as well as in various countries in Latin American and North Africa.
The simulator features two scenes.
At the accident site, you are an emergency doctor working in a full SMUR team. You have to make an assessment of the injured person’s condition, and take measures in order to stabilise him.
In the crash room, you then play the role of an anaesthetist.
Medical writers: Dr. A. Harrois (Paris), Dr. J. Picard (Grenoble), and Prof. B. Vivien (Paris)
Scientific Committee: Prof. P. Bouzat (Grenoble), Prof. P. Carli (Paris), Prof. JS. David, and Prof. J. Duranteau (Paris)
This simulator, which is particularly complex and sophisticated, with treatment and care by a team of an injured person whose physiological condition is dynamic and unstable, is particularly well appreciated by the community of emergency doctors in France.
It has also been the subject of several scientific studies.