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Valencia College verwendet hochmoderne Simbionix-Simulatoren für Ausbildungsprogramm im Bereich kardiovaskulärer Technologie
Date:3/20/2013

CLEVELAND, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Simbionix bietet sogenannte Cardiovascular Technology (CVT)-Programme (dt. Programme für Herz-Kreislauf-Technologie) mit Ausbildungssimulatoren, die den Studierenden virtuell eine lebensechte Lernerfahrung bieten. Das Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, wendet diese Technologie in seinem CVT-Programm am Allied Health Department an.

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Die Hochschul-Ausbilder verwenden die Simulatoren von Simbionix, um den Studenten ein lebensecht simuliertes Umfeld für endovaskuläre und periphere vaskuläre Eingriffe zu bieten. Die Module des ANGIO Mentor sind für die Bereiche Herz, Herzrhythmusmanagement, Nieren, SFA, Becken und den Bereich unter dem Knie konzipiert.

"Letztlich ist die Verwendung von Simulation in den gesundheitswissenschaftlichen Ausbildungsprogrammen bei Valencia für die Ausbildung der Studierenden von höchster Bedeutung", erklärt Penny Conners , Dekanin für Gesundheitsberufe am Valencia College . "In unserem CVT-Programm lernen die Studierenden anhand des Simbionix-Simulators die exakten Vorgänge, die sie später im Krankenhaus durchführen werden. So hilft die Simulation den Studierenden, die bestmögliche Versorgung in ihrem Bereich zu erlernen und die Sicherheit der Patienten dabei stets an erster Stelle zu positionieren."

Der ANGIO Mentor ermöglicht Erfahrungen mit grundlegenden/fortgeschrittenen Fähigkeiten mit Führungsdrähten und Kathetern und bei endovaskulären Eingriffen. Außerdem kann Team-Erfahrung im Katheterlabor gesammelt werden. Weiterhin wird erlernt, wie der C-Arm, der Patiententisch und der
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