Simulation Lab

SIMULATION AND HEALTH
SIMULATION AND HEALTH

Simulation in health professions is the training procedure that creates a clinical environment suitable for demonstrating and applying skills, and reinforcing critical thought. Apart from using simulation labs for educational purposes, recent rapid technological developments led scientists to use simulation for research purposes, aiming at improving patients’ prognoses. By use of high fidelity mannequins, simulation labs accurately reflect human anatomy, as well as normal and pathophysiological functioning of the patient. Users have active participation in the interacting mannequin’s ‘caring’; response of the simulator differs depending on the user’s actions.


FACILITIES
FACILITIES

The simulation lab uses specialized lighting with obfuscation options, one-way mirrors, and soundproofing. The participants are trained group by group in a specially isolated room, while the rest of the team watch them behind the one-way mirror, along with the instructors. The whole simulation is recorded in real time by specialized software and is followed by analysis of the procedure, jointly by instructors and participants.


EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

Human mannequins, ventilator, ECG, defibrillator, suctioning, touch screen ICU monitor, health supplies, accommodation equipment, personal computers, microphonic installation, projector, central monitors, projector screen, video camera, simulation software.


PHYSIOLOGY SIMULATION
PHYSIOLOGY SIMULATION

Respiratory rate, radial pulse, arterial pressure, muscle spasms, and can all be traced on both the mannequin and the touch screen monitor. All the ‘patient’s’ functions are subject to the instructor’s real-time control by distance. The participants are able to intervene realistically in whatever way deem appropriate.


PARTICIPANTS
PARTICIPANTS
  • Nursing Students
  • Medical Students
  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Rescuers
  • Paramedics
  • Fireman
  • ER Faculty
  • ICU Faculty
  • Ward Faculty
  • Volunteer Groups

  • Address: 4 Gyzi Nikolaou st
  • Tel: +30 2610 369130
  • fax: 2610 369175
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