Simulation Lab Central is available to all Health and Human Services students.
This simulation lab is designed as a single patient room. This room can accommodate high-fidelity simulators, including Sim Man 3G. This space can be transformed into an intensive care room, a general patient care room, as well as an isolation room. This area includes an anteroom that allows students to practice putting on masks, gowns and gloves in order to prepare for encountering infectious diseases. A one-way mirror separates the simulation room from a control room where faculty observe student performance and adjust the simulator responses.
Meet: SimMan 3G
Manikin Simulator in Simulation Lab Central
SimMan® 3G is an advanced patient simulator that can display neurologic and physical symptoms. SimMan 3G has a long list of features including automatic drug recognition and Wi-Fi portability. He can simulate seizing, bleeding, and sweating. He has a patient voice, eyes that blink and pupils that dilate and constrict. SimMan 3G enables students to practice a variety of procedures such as CPR, airway suctioning, and starting IV’s.
Features and pictures on this page attributed to Laerdal at www.laerdal.com/
The Simulation Lab Central 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
Web Editor: Imran Khan