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  • Patient simulating mannequin - Caesar

    Patient simulating mannequin - Caesar

    • Simulation Simulation
    • CAE

    CAE's Caesar is a manikin designed specifically for trauma training

    Caesar's trauma patient simulator at the scene of an accident is the most rugged in the world

    The Caesar Trauma Patient Simulator provides a variety of training features for instructors and learners for advanced practice in point-of-care medical care. Exceptionally rugged and sturdy, Caesar prepares first responders, medics and military medical personnel to provide life-sustaining care to trauma patients in harsh and demanding environments. Users can choose from ten simulated clinical experiences specific to military or civilian medicine. Tough, durable and resilient, Caesar allows you to simulate extreme scenarios in the care of trauma patients. The extremely rugged design of Ceasar allows it to be used in environments that are not suitable for most other simulators.

    REALISTIC TRAINING IN ALSO REALISTIC SITUATIONS

    Caesar, portable and tetherless, is designed to deliver classroom or field incident training to meet tactical and on-scene care requirements under the most challenging conditions. This training which may include stressful scenarios is intended for civilian and military medical personnel.

    ROBUST DESIGNED FOR EXTREME TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS

    Extreme temperatures, humidity, exposure to dirt, dust and sand and water decontamination operations carried out as part of the training: nothing stops Caesar or alters its technology or performance.

    HEAVY BLEEDING FUNCTION

    With its high-pressure venous or arterial hemorrhage capability, the Caesar simulator can bleed profusely from six different locations and automatically respond physiologically to the application of a tourniquet from four sensor-equipped locations.

    EASE OF USE

    Using Caesar is quick, easy and intuitive with standard physiological modeling in the Müse interface, allowing instructors to present scenarios, change patient settings or operate the simulator on the fly. 

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