Gaumard® Scientific Company is exhibiting the Victoria™ Tetherless Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Simulator this week at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) at the San Diego Convention Center. Gaumard says this fully tetherless and wireless simulator already meets the rigorous requirements of obstetrics programs – and now takes the learning experience one step further with the addition of new accessories for gynecologic and nursing programs. Victoria users now have access to three simulators in one complete package for improved educational opportunities and reduced acquisition costs.
It’s recently launched Nursing and Gynecologic Pack adds non-gravid features to Victoria for "head-to-toe" assessments and routine exams as may be performed by GYN nurses, physician interns or residents, and a new Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) leg introduced at IMSH lets practitioners simulate care for patients with the all too common issue of thrombosis in pregnancy.
Gaumard says healthcare education programs using Victoria benefit from her mobility and realism, and from the ability to train for the many complexities that may arise during childbirth and postpartum care of the mother and newborn to nursing and gynecologic clinical assessments.