Auscultation - SimShirt



After introducing the SimScope few years ago, Cardionics is now proud to give the world of healthcare simulation, its next innovation – the SimShirt System!


The SimShirt is a garment worn by a Standardized Patient (SP) for simulating physiological conditions to test students and examine their diagnostic and procedural skills. SimShirt provides a second choice to wearing the RFID sensor tags required by the SimScope. Instead of wearing individual RFID sensor tags adhered to bare skin, the tags are integrated inside the SimShirt. The SimShirt system has multiple uses in simulation. It can be worn by a Standardized Patient or also by a high-fidelity manikin. You can program the SimScope to play desired sounds from our vast sound library which is already embedded in the SimScope tablet. Once the standardized patient wears the SimShirt, the SimScope will read the RFID sensor tags placed within the SimShirt and your students will hear the programmed sounds of your choice through the scope.

 

FEATURES

 

• Simple one-on-one Student to Patient Interaction

• No SP Training Required

• Listen at anatomically correct auscultation sites

• Reusable and Washable

• Available in various sizes

 

Sounds Library

  • Heart Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal Heart Sounds 75 BPM

  • Paradoxical Splitting S2

  • Physiological Splitting S2

  • Third Heart Sound

  • Fourth Heart Sound

  • Systolic Ejection Clicks

  • Innocent Murmur

  • Mitral Regurgitation

  • Mitral Stenosis

  • Aortic Regurgitation

  • Aortic Stenosis

  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA Continuous Murmur)

  • Venous Hum

  • Tricuspid Regurgitation

  • Pericardial Rub

 

  • Breath Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal Vesicular

  • Crackles Fine

  • Crackles Coarse

  • Wheeze

  • Wheeze Rhoncus

  • Bronchial Lung

  • Pleural Rub

  • Bronchovesicular

  • Stridor

 

  • Bowel Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal 4 Year old

  • Normal 20 Year old

  • Normal 60 Year old

  • Chron’s Disease

  • Diarrhea

  • Irritable Bowel

 

  • Bruit Sound Scenarios:
  • Medium Bruit



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