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 late 2014, Medusims published a numerical medical simulator for taking care of post-partum haemorrhaging in the delivery room by anaesthetists. This simulator was used extensively as a support for post-university training sessions organised by a pharmaceutical laboratory within maternity hospitals in France, as well as in various countries in Latin American and North Africa.
You are an anaesthetist. You are called into the delivery room by the midwife, who suspects that haemorraging will occur during the delivery.
Within the team, you conduct the treatment and care of the haemorrhaging, both in relation to the obstetrics and the anaesthesia aspects.
Scientific Committee: D. Chassard, A.-S. Ducloy-Bouthors (Lille), F. Mercier (Clamart), and A. Mignon (Paris)
Medical writers: L. Marcellin (Paris), T. Rackelboom (Paris)
A scientific study was conducted to assess the educational effectiveness of this numerical simulator compared to a high-fidelity simulator. The results, presented at the 2014 SFAR (French Anaesthetists’ Association) Conference, suggest that both tools offer comparative positive teaching benefits.