Trauma Thoracotomy Trainer (#1441)

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Delve into immersive clinical simulation training that engages the student’s limbic system with our high fidelity platform for teaching resuscitative thoracotomy. Developed in collaboration with Dr. Marc de Moya and Mass General Hospital, Trauma Thoracotomy provides an immersive training environment for residents to develop crisis response skills without compromising patient safety.

Provide training in low frequency/high stakes trauma surgery

  • Open chest tube insertion (bilateral)
  • Percutaneous chest tube insertion  (bilateral)
  • Left anteriolateral thoracotomy (ED thoracotomy)
  • Pericardiotomy followed by open cardiac massage
  • Cardiac laceration repair of right ventricle with active bleed & realistic cardiac movement
  • Aortic cross-clamping of descending thoracic aorta
  • Cross-clamping of pulmonary hilum
  • Team training in crisis resource management trauma or thoracic surgery scenarios

Trauma Thoracotomy Trainer simulates a patient with an indication for a resuscitative thoracotomy. It features a realistic beating heart with a bleeding right ventricular wound and adjustable heart rate. Suturable wound site is designed for mutiple use. Replaceable pericardium with anchored pleura is capable of simulating hemopericardium. Mimetic-tissue chest walls with embedded ribs allow incision and retraction. The Trainer provides a high degree of realism and the critical landmarks necessary for open cardiac massage, repair of cardiac injury, cross-clamping of aorta, and pulmonary hilar control.

INCLUDES

  • Thorax with permanent superior and inferior Chest Wall panels, Diaphragm, Spine, Sternum, movable Arms, and Effluence Tray
  • Pair of Replaceable Chest Walls (#1476) & (#1442) with Replaceable Skin Overlay (#1483)- installed
  • Pair of Pliable Lungs (#1395) & (#1394)
  • Beating Heart with Wound (#1477)*
  • Replaceable Wound Site with Bleed Line (#1478)
  • Replaceable Pericardium with Pleura (#1443)
  • Aortic Extension (#1479)
  • Blood Kit for Trauma Thoracotomy (#32013): 1L Bag, 8′ [2.5m] Line, Adaptors, and  Simulated Blood Concentrate
  • Beating Heart Controller (#1464)
  • 10′ [3m] Velcro Straps
  • Trainer Shipping Case (#1481)

RELATED NEWS:

EEMCrit essentials of EMCrit Jan 31, 2018 Trauma Thoracotomy Live Product Demonstration (1/18/2018) - The Chamberlain Group’s Trauma Thoracotomy simulator was deployed for a live demonstration of resuscitative thoracotomy at the Essentials of Emergency Medicine / EMCrit conference January 31, 2018 in New York City. Dr. Chris Hicks, an emergency physician specialist and faculty speaker, performed the live procedural demonstration. The conference was organized and hosted by Dr. Scott […]
Artificial Patients, Real Learning. The New York Times, Health (11/9/2015) - By Karen Weintraub “BOSTON — The patient’s blood pressure had reportedly crashed in the ambulance; a gunshot wound had damaged the heart. In the operating room, a medical resident, Dr. Dan Hashimoto, slid a knife into the patient’s chest and sliced horizontally, from the sternum across the torso. He thrust his hand into the gash, […]

Description

pdfView Brochure

Delve into immersive clinical simulation training that engages the student’s limbic system with our high fidelity platform for teaching resuscitative thoracotomy. Developed in collaboration with Dr. Marc de Moya and Mass General Hospital, Trauma Thoracotomy provides an immersive training environment for residents to develop crisis response skills without compromising patient safety.

Provide training in low frequency/high stakes trauma surgery

  • Open chest tube insertion (bilateral)
  • Percutaneous chest tube insertion  (bilateral)
  • Left anteriolateral thoracotomy (ED thoracotomy)
  • Pericardiotomy followed by open cardiac massage
  • Cardiac laceration repair of right ventricle with active bleed & realistic cardiac movement
  • Aortic cross-clamping of descending thoracic aorta
  • Cross-clamping of pulmonary hilum
  • Team training in crisis resource management trauma or thoracic surgery scenarios

Trauma Thoracotomy Trainer simulates a patient with an indication for a resuscitative thoracotomy. It features a realistic beating heart with a bleeding right ventricular wound and adjustable heart rate. Suturable wound site is designed for mutiple use. Replaceable pericardium with anchored pleura is capable of simulating hemopericardium. Mimetic-tissue chest walls with embedded ribs allow incision and retraction. The Trainer provides a high degree of realism and the critical landmarks necessary for open cardiac massage, repair of cardiac injury, cross-clamping of aorta, and pulmonary hilar control.

INCLUDES

  • Thorax with permanent superior and inferior Chest Wall panels, Diaphragm, Spine, Sternum, movable Arms, and Effluence Tray
  • Pair of Replaceable Chest Walls (#1476) & (#1442) with Replaceable Skin Overlay (#1483)- installed
  • Pair of Pliable Lungs (#1395) & (#1394)
  • Beating Heart with Wound (#1477)*
  • Replaceable Wound Site with Bleed Line (#1478)
  • Replaceable Pericardium with Pleura (#1443)
  • Aortic Extension (#1479)
  • Blood Kit for Trauma Thoracotomy (#32013): 1L Bag, 8′ [2.5m] Line, Adaptors, and  Simulated Blood Concentrate
  • Beating Heart Controller (#1464)
  • 10′ [3m] Velcro Straps
  • Trainer Shipping Case (#1481)

RELATED NEWS:

EEMCrit essentials of EMCrit Jan 31, 2018 Trauma Thoracotomy Live Product Demonstration (1/18/2018) - The Chamberlain Group’s Trauma Thoracotomy simulator was deployed for a live demonstration of resuscitative thoracotomy at the Essentials of Emergency Medicine / EMCrit conference January 31, 2018 in New York City. Dr. Chris Hicks, an emergency physician specialist and faculty speaker, performed the live procedural demonstration. The conference was organized and hosted by Dr. Scott […]
Artificial Patients, Real Learning. The New York Times, Health (11/9/2015) - By Karen Weintraub “BOSTON — The patient’s blood pressure had reportedly crashed in the ambulance; a gunshot wound had damaged the heart. In the operating room, a medical resident, Dr. Dan Hashimoto, slid a knife into the patient’s chest and sliced horizontally, from the sternum across the torso. He thrust his hand into the gash, […]
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