Technology | Simulators | February 17, 2016

Laerdal Medical and SonoSim Release Laerdal-SonoSim Ultrasound Solution

System integrates the SonoSim Ultrasound Training Solution into Laerdal’s patient simulator platform to create computerized mannequins that act like humans

Laerdal Medical, SonoSim, Laerdal-SonoSim Ultrasound Solution, education and training simulator

The Laerdal-SonoSim Ultrasound Solution for SimMan3G and SimMom brings ultrasound training to life with computerized mannequins that can breathe, blink, and bleed just like humans, bridging classroom learning and real-life clinical experience without putting actual patients at risk.

February 17, 2016 — Laerdal Medical, provider of simulation solutions for healthcare, and SonoSim Inc., provider of ultrasound education and training, announced the commercial release of the Laerdal-SonoSim Ultrasound Solution for SimMan3G and SimMom. A complete spectrum of trauma care, critical care, cardiac resuscitation, early-stage pregnancy, and late-stage pregnancy cases and training scenarios has been specifically created for use with the system.

The Laerdal-SonoSim Ultrasound Solution for SimMan3G and SimMom brings ultrasound training to life with computerized mannequins that can breathe, blink and bleed just like humans, bridging classroom learning and real-life clinical experience without putting actual patients at risk. The integration of the SonoSim Ultrasound Training Solution into Laerdal Medical's patient simulator platform provides an easy-to-use and highly realistic ultrasound training and proficiency assessment tool.

For more information: www.laerdal.com

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