We have a wide variety of manikins that are able to perform functions such as breathing, talking, mimicking heart sounds and child-birth. These computerized manikins can present numerous clinical conditions and may also be programmed to respond to various medical interventions.
Examples of clinical High-Fidelity Simulation scenarios:
- Common clinical conditions: asthma exacerbation, hypovolemic shock in a trauma patient, septic shock, post-partum hemorrhage, etc.
- Rare clinical conditions: malignant hyperthermia, amniotic fluid embolism, etc.
- Unexpected challenges: intraoperative bronchospasm, unanticipated difficult intubation, etc.
High-Fidelity Simulation activity requires pre-planning to ensure smooth operation and high standard of quality. The planning stage is illustrated in the High-Fidelity Simulation planning flowchart . Therefore, we require all programs to book High-Fidelity Simulation activity a minimum of 4-6 weeks ahead of time.
Initiate/Book High-Fidelity Simulation