Session Viewer



Session Viewer

Session Viewer is a standalone application for recording, viewing, and editing exported SimView debriefing files, LLEAP event logs, SimPad PLUS log files, and BLS result files.

Using Session Viewer you have the ability to:

  • Record 1 HD quality web camera video stream, audio, patient monitor vitals, and scenario log file to display in one compiled file for easy review
  • Display detailed BLS results from Resusci Anne, Resusci Baby QCPR, and any SimMan 3G family member running LLEAP in order to help improve CPR performance
  • Save debriefings to a local computer, storage drive, or network storage location and export for remote viewing
  • Import files to your SimView Server to allow for playback across the network to a classroom or debriefing areas

If you add a license to Session Viewer, you can also record the activities during a Standardized Patient Recording or Laerdal manikin scenarios controlled by legacy Instructor Applications. When a USB-camera and a microphone is added to the PC, can you record both video and audio to support the debriefing of the scenario with the students after the training session.

 


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