Simulation Software


LungSim™   First Ventilator simulator paired with patient simulator

Compatibility, User-Friendly Interface, Mobility

LungSim™ is a unique and immersive mechanical ventilator simulator that allows you to interface with your human patient simulator.

This model-driven software that, with the stand-alone mode, permits the user to train himself on the respiratory mechanisms and, thanks to the simulation mode, to create advanced simulation scenarios on several cases of pulmonary diseases or acute respiratory failures while being wirelessly linked to a patient simulator.

A COVID-19 LungSim™ full scenario is now available! Please contact us for more details. 

ECLSim™   Extracorporeal Life Support Simulator 

User-Friendly Interface, Mobility

ECLSim™ is a unique screen-based simulator that allows the user to train on advanced scenario involving extracorporeal membrane oxygenation and extracorporeal life support.

It includes multi-functional browser-based user and instructor interfaces able to replicate heart-lung support systems for cardiopulmonary support. The trainee can develop the ability to interpret heart-lung support system parameters, formulate diagnoses and adapt the treatment to patients requiring respiratory and / or circulatory support. Furthermore, it allows the instructors to simulate several scenarios, for example, respiratory failure with cardiac impairment or circulatory failure with respiratory impairment, resuscitation, bridge to transplant as well as oxygenator failure, inlet or outlet obstruction, fresh gas disconnection or massive blood loss.

Body Interact Clinical Scenarios – A new learning paradigm with virtual patients

Real life complexity in your hands

Content designed for multiple educational programs – Medical Education, Nursing Education, EMS, High School

Specialties Covered – Allergy/Immunology, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine, Nephrology, Neurology, Oncology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopaedic, Pediatrics, Pulmonology, Toxicology, Trauma, Urology, Vascular Diseases

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