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The Center for Simulation and Research at Cincinnati Children’s has more than 10 patient simulators ranging from adult to newborn. The diverse product range allows for tremendous flexibility in designing a wide range of curriculums. The simulators create real time responses to critical injury or medical interventions. They feature a realistic airway, pulmonary, cardiovascular, metabolic and neurological systems. Additionally, simulators can be programmed to display a wide range of physiologic conditions and symptoms to create dynamic trainings for healthcare professionals.
In addition to patient simulators, the center maintains and utilizes equipment from the clinical environment to realistically create the simulation environment. Examples include:
Medication and Equipment Pyxis, Ventilator, Anesthesia Machine, ECMO Circuit, Defibrillators and AEDs, IV Pumps, Hotline, Bair Hugger, Rapid Infuser, Radiant Warmer and Crash Carts.
The Center for Simulation and Research is a 13,000-square-foot facility occupying what was formerly the labor and delivery suite of the Bethesda Oak Hospital. It has numerous state-of-the-art classrooms, education and simulation suites for the education and training of Cincinnati Children’s personnel as well as the medical community at large.
The original suite on the second floor of the MERC Building houses a large classroom, with associated break-out space, simulation suite and control room.
The Oak facility houses:
The Center for Simulation and Research is truly one of the largest simulation and education facilities of its kind in the region.
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