Auscultation - PAT Basic



The PAT BASIC™ trainer engages the technology of the SimScope™ stethoscope to simulate pediatric heart, lung, and bowel sounds utilizing a large sounds library. Using the provided SimScope™ stethoscope, users are able to access a large variety of pathological conditions in order to customize scenarios.

 

 

By placing the SimScope™ over the anatomically correct locations of PAT BASIC™, the programmed sounds will be played through the scope, allowing for students to employ and enhance their diagnostic skills.

 

 

The optional SimScope WiFi™ upgrade enables wireless communication between the Simscope™ and PAT BASICT™ manikin, allowing users to change sounds remotely or to use in conjunction with a scenario-based simulation.


PAT Basic

This pediatric auscultation trainer along with the SimScope stethoscope simulates heart, lung, and bowel sounds utilizing a large sounds library. The SimScope WiFi allows for wireless communication between the scope and computer software, allowing users to change sounds remotely or to use in conjunction with a scenario- based simulation.

Product Details

Catalog #: 718-8835 (Light Skin), 718-8837 (Dark Skin)



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