Reanimated cadaveric training is the most realistic experience available to medics without working on a live patient. The TruSim cadaver solution takes realism to a new level, with a functioning vascular system for tissue simulation that responds to treatment like a living patient.
The skills used by medics and surgeons require practice and repetition in a realistic environment. With TrueSim cadavers, you can develop the these along with the confidence needed to save lives.
How it works
Our clinically trained perfusion specialists use a pulsatile pump, reservoir, tubing, and Simblood (our patented blood solution) to perfuse your cadaver. There is also the option to include our patented blood clotting solution for hemostatic agents.
Synthetic Simblood behaves like real blood, including changing the colour and integrity of tissue in response to bioconditions. The cadaver can be perfused multiple times and reused for various procedures over two weeks. Surgeons and physicians can use the cadaver’s pulse to find surgical landmarks and access points. The patented endovascular EndoSimblood solution is visible with ultrasound, which helps users locate landmarks for sticking central and PICC lines.
The perfused cadaver mimics the heart rate, stroke volume, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and blood loss of a live patient. The perfusionist can control heart rate, volume, and pressure throughout the procedure.
Careful tissue preparation
Cadavers are sourced according to our tissue conditions and client training requirements. We carefully prepare and preserve each one to ensure the best possible experience. Every cadaver is serology negative for HIV, Hep B, and Hep C. Cadavers are also COVID-19 negative.
Fully managed perfusion
We manage perfusion so trainees can focus on training. Our specialists provide a turnkey service with custom and dynamic adjustments to every simulation.
Life-like treatment and surgery
The perfused cadaver mimics heart rate, stroke volume, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and blood loss of a live patient. Medics can use the cadaver’s pulse to find surgical landmarks and access points. Synthetic Simblood behaves like real blood, including changing the colour and integrity of tissue in response to bioconditions.
Why choose TruSIM perfused cadavers?
Truly versatile realistic training. TrueSim cadavers can be prepared for diverse procedures including open surgeries, laparoscopic, endovascular and haemostatic.
One cadaver. 10-14 days. With our unique solution, a fresh frozen cadaver can support up to two weeks of training procedures, offering outstanding value and flexibility.
Robust and resilient. TrueSim cadavers can be transported and evacuated by road, water or air just like a live patient, ideal for even the longest and most complex training exercises.
Simulate the full continuum of field operation trauma care. TrueSim offers effective, incredibly realistic training for Medics at every skill level. Successive teams can train on the same cadaver, following the continuum of care as if in the field and giving medics a uniquely accurate simulation experience. Each skill level, from combat livesaver through to senior trauma surgeon, experiences the cadaver in conditions that accurately mirror a live situation – right down to removing the previous team’s dressings.
envivoPC™ perfusion technology
The system enables a hyper-realistic “patient” that mimics heart and circulatory functions. The technology has overcome the bloating and leakage issues that plagued previous efforts to train on cadavers.
- Continuous pulsatile flow mimics heart function
- Arterial and venous flow capabilities
- Heart rate of 30-100 bpm
- Stroke volume of 10-80 ml
- Systolic blood pressure of 40-200 mmhg
- Diastolic blood pressure of 10-100 mmhg
- 50-75% diastolic time
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