The Patient Care Units are available to all Health and Human Services students.
The Patient Care Units are two 8 bed simulated Medical/Surgical hospital units. This space provides students a safe environment for a variety of simulated clinical situations which enhance and support clinical skill acquisition and development of clinical reasoning and judgment. These simulated experiences may be done by individual departments (Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Kinesiology, Athletic Training, and Health Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences) or as interprofessional teams.
Meet: Chester ChestTM
Chester Chest Manikin Simulator in the Patient Care Units
Chester Chest™ makes it possible to teach and practice the infusion, withdrawal, care, securement and dressings of vascular access lines (PICC, port, central lines).
Chester Chest features and the picture above are attributed to VATA at http://www.vatainc.com/2400-chester-chesttm-with-new-advanced-arm-1588.html
Other Simulators: Advanced IV Training Arm
Advanced IV Training Arm is designed for essential training in the procedures of venipuncture, IV, blood collection, infusion, and intravenous injection training.
Advanced IV Training Arm features and the picture above are attributed to Gaumard at http://www.gaumard.com/s400
The West Simulation Lab also features other equipment to simulate a patient room:
Judith Ruland, PhD., RN, CNE
David Peruski, Ed.D., RN
Jeremy Knous, PhD.
Health & Human Services Dean's Office, H260
University Center, MI-48710
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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