Cardiology I - No. 457
Cardiac – 1. Chest Pain – Sinus Rhythm
Cardiac – 2. Chest Pain – Anxiety
Cardiac – 3. Chest Pain – Atrial Flutter
Cardiac – 4. Chest Pain – Junctional rhythm
Cardiac – 5. Atrial Fibrillation
Cardiac – 6. Symptomatic Bradycardia
Cardiac – 7. Unresponsive Bradycardia
Cardiac – 8. Stable Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)
Cardiac – 9. Unstable Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)
Cardiac – 10. 1st Degree AV Block
Cardiac – 11. 2nd Degree Type I AV Block
Cardiac – 12. 2nd Degree Type II AV Block
Cardiac – 13. 3rd Degree AV Block
Cardiac – 14. Stable Wide Complex Tachycardia
Cardiac – 15. Unstable Wide Complex Tachycardia
Cardiology II - No. 458
Cardiac – 16. Cardiac Arrest - Witnessed Pulseless VT
Cardiac – 17. Cardiac Arrest – Unwitnessed Pulseless VT
Cardiac – 18. Cardiac Arrest - Witnessed Ventricular
Fibrillation
Cardiac – 19. Cardiac Arrest - Unwitnessed Ventricular Fibrillation
Cardiac – 20. Cardiac Arrest – Asystole
Cardiac – 21. Cardiac Arrest – PEA/Idioventricular
Cardiac – 22. Cardiac Arrest – PEA/ Hyperkalemia
Cardiac – 23. Cardiac Arrest – Return of Spontaneous
Circulation (ROSC)
Cardiac – 24. Hypertension
Cardiac – 25. Abdominal Aortic Aneurism (AAA)
Cardiac – 26. Pulmonary Edema/CHF
Cardiac – 27. Inferior Myocardial Infarction
Cardiac – 28. Silent Anteroseptal Myocardial Infarction
Cardiac – 29. Chest Pain – Heartburn
Cardiac – 30. Pericarditis
Trauma - No. 460
Trauma – 1. Dislocated knee
Trauma – 2. Basal Skull Fracture
Trauma – 3. Femur Fracture
Trauma – 4. Humerus Fracture
Trauma – 5. Epidural Hematoma
Trauma – 6. Thoracic Gun Shot Wound
Trauma – 7. Severe Lacerations
Trauma – 8. Electrocution
Trauma – 9. Cervical Spine Injury
Trauma – 10 Thoracic Spine Injury
Trauma – 11. Crush Injury
Trauma – 12. Burn
Trauma – 13. Subdural Hematoma
Trauma – 14. Multisystem Trauma
Trauma – 15. Airway/Facial Trauma
OB/Gyn - No. 462
OB – 1. Etopic Pregnancy
OB – 2. Post Partum Hemorrhage
OB – 3. Abruptio Placenta
OB – 4. Placenta Previa
OB – 5. Preeclampsia
OB – 6. Ecclampsia
OB – 7. Normal Childbirth
OB – 8. Limb presentation
OB – 9. Nuchal Cord presentation
OB – 10. Spontaneous Abortion/Miscarriage
OB – 11. Labor Pains
OB – 12. False Labor Pains
OB – 13. Abdominal Pain - Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
OB – 14. STD-Chlamydia
OB – 15. Sexual Assault
Medical I - No. 463
Medical – 1. Hypoglycemia
Medical – 2. Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)
Medical – 3. Sickle Cell Crisis
Medical – 4. Thyroid Storm
Medical – 5. Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) - Cerebral
Aneurysm
Medical – 6. Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) - Cerebral
Infarct
Medical – 7. Active Seizure
Medical – 8. Chronic Bronchitis/COPD
Medical - 9. Emphysema
Medical – 10. Mild/Moderate Asthma
Medical – 11. Severe Asthma
Medical – 12. Anaphylaxis
Medical – 13. Allergic Reaction
Medical – 14. Kidney stones
Medical – 15. Acute Renal Failure
Medical II - No. 464
Medical – 16. Active Tuberculosis
Medical – 17. Schizophrenia
Medical – 18. Gastroenteritis
Medical – 19. Opioid Overdose
Medical – 20. Cocaine Abuse
Medical – 21. Organophosphate Poisoning
Medical – 22. Near Drowning
Medical – 23. Heat Exhaustion
Medical – 24. Hypothermia
Medical – 25. Appendicitis
Medical – 26. Pyelonephritis
Medical – 27. Sepsis/Pneumonia
Medical – 28. Gall Bladder Attack
Medical – 29. Bacterial Meningitis
Medical – 30. Snake Bite
Pediatric - No. 495
Pediatric – 1. Epiglottis
Pediatric – 2. Croup
Pediatric - 3. Sepsis
Pediatric - 4. Multisystem Trauma
Pediatric – 5. Ingestion/Poisoning
Pediatric – 6 . Wrist Fracture
Pediatric – 7. Child Abuse
Pediatric – 8. Choking
Pediatric – 9. Cardiac Arrest
Pediatric – 10. Pneumonia
Infant – 1. Newborn birth - healthy
Infant – 2. Cardiac Arrest – SIDS
Infant – 3. Supraventricular Tachycardia
Infant – 4. Choking
Infant – 5. Newborn birth – Central cyanosis
Essential 30/105 - No. 496
Cardiac – 5. Atrial Fibrillation
Cardiac – 8. Stable Supraventricular Tachycardia
Cardiac – 13. 3rd Degree Heart Block
Cardiac – 15. Unstable Wide Complex Tachycardia
Cardiac – 18. Witnessed Ventricular Fibrillation
Cardiac – 27. Inferior MI
Cardiac – 28. Silent Anteroseptal MI
Medical – 1. Hypoglycemia
Medical – 5. Cerebral Vascular Accident
Medical – 9. Emphysema
Medical – 11. Severe Asthma
Medical – 12. Anaphylaxis
Medical – 18. Gastroenteritis
Medical – 19. Opioid OD
Medical – 27. Sepsis/Pneumonia
Trauma – 5. Epidural Hematoma
Trauma – 6. Thoracic Gun Shot Wound
Trauma – 9. Cervical Spine Injury
Trauma – 12. Burn
Trauma – 15. Airway/Facial Trauma
OB – 2. Post Partum Hemorrhage
OB – 6. Ecclampsia
OB – 7. Normal Childbirth
OB – 15. Sexual Assault
Pediatric – 1. Epiglottis
Pediatric – 3. Sepsis
Pediatric – 4. Multisystem Trauma
Pediatric – 7. Child Abuse\
Infant – 1. Newborn birth - healthy
Infant – 5. Cardiac Arrest/SIDS
EMS Simulations
Dynamic EMS simulations are by far one of the best ways for students to learn critical thinking skills, practice in realistic situations, and develop confidence in their abilities. However, most EMS instructors lack the time and simulator expertise to write such comprehensive simulations and slave over a computer to program them into a simulator. With our comprehensive library of 105 EMS simulations, Simulaids takes all the work out of simulations so the EMS instructor can focus on what is truly important...student performance! Each set of 15 simulations comes with a CD to download the simulations into the SMART STAT Manikin, they also can be used with live patients. They also make excellent case studies. The entire library is designed to provide EMS students with the comprehensive knowledge base that is critical to clinical success in the field.

Each simulation was designed by experienced EMS educators and is based on actual patient encounters. They can be used with EMT, Advanced EMT, and Paramedic students. Use a few simulations to bolster a refresher course, an entire set for a specific class such as Cardiology, or incorporate the complete library into an entire EMT or Paramedic program. Instructors are provided with a one-page format that is color coded for easy reading. A simple decision tree allows the instructor to respond to the students’ performance. The instructor guide has everything the EMS instructor needs to run the simulation, including equipment lists and moulage instructions. Suggested treatments for BLS and ALS providers, pre-written discussion questions, and medical references will aid both new and experienced EMS instructors in run- ning a simulation. Written simulations help ensure consistency and accuracy in classroom instruction regardless of which instructor is teaching. These simulations meet American Heart Association 2010 treatment guidelines and are a must-have for every EMS education program.

EMS Simulations Key Features:

  • Easy to use

  • Comprehensive library of 105 EMS simulations covers the entire EMS curriculum

  • Can be used in EMT, Advanced EMT, or Paramedic training

  • Can be used in initial or refresher EMS training

  • Written by experienced EMS educators

  • Based on actual EMS calls

  • One-page, color-coded format for quick scanning and information retrieval by instructors

  • Complete patient information, including detailed patient history and head-to-toe findings

  • Suggested treatments for both BLS and ALS providers

  • Simple Improvement/Deterioration decision tree allows instructor to respond to the dynamics of student performance

  • Detailed instructor notes includes BLS and ALS simulation objectives, discussion questions, and key medical points

  • Moulage instructions and equipment lists allow for fast set-up

  • Can be used with simulators, live patients, or as case studies

  • Program CD uploads each simulation into SMART STAT simulator

457 Cardiology I - $495.00
458 Cardiology II - $495.00
460 Trauma - $495.00
462 OB/Gyn - $495.00
463 Medical I - $495.00
464 Medical II - $495.00
495 Pediatric - $495.00
496 Essential 30 - $995.00
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