Enriching the learning experience for those in need of hands on seizure training by simulating a real-life emergency situation with convincing realism.
Bring real life motion, & maximize learning through training with SimSeize, and SimDefib!
SimAction’s seizure simulator is a motorized actuator powerful enough to produce full body motion which replicates a real seizure. When coupled with any training manikin, it enriches the learning experience for nursing and medical students, hospital staff, firemen, schools, churches, and anyone in need of hands on seizure training by simulating a real-life emergency situation with convincing realism.
SimAction’s Defibrillation Simulator is a motorized actuator powerful enough to produce full body motion which replicates a real defibrillation. When coupled with any defibrillator, it enriches the learning experience for nursing and medical students as well as hospital staff by simulating a real-life emergency situation with convincing realism.
"SimAction solved a need that we had been wrestling with for years....with SimSeize and SimDefib we are able to accurately simulate a seizure for the first time"Julie Arafeh MSN, RNSimulation Specialist - Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education (CAPE) - Stanford University, March 21, 2017.
Sim Seize is an easy tool to use when running eclampsia drills. It is very portable and works well with the basic full body manikins. Even though it is not creating a full tonic clonic seizure, it has adequate realism to indicate when the seizure starts and stops, which is all that is actually required. It is simple to activate remotely. If the scenario is an unknown case, a confederate says "Look! Is that a seizure?" Otherwise you can demonstrate what the seizure looks like in the Room Orientation. Many groups of participants have found this sufficiently realistic, and it has prompted appropriate interventions.
Kimberly Harney, MD Clinical Professor, Director of OB Resident Simulations - STANFORD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
"There is no other product on the market, for any price, that simulates seizures as accurately as SimSeize & SimDefib."
Kay Daniels, MDClinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the OBSim Program at Stanford Health Services - Stanford University, March 21, 2017.
Greg Stahler founded SimAction in 2009 with the goal of improving clinical training for doctors and nurses in emergency situations. Prior to this, Stahler co-invented and engineered the Sensei, a robotic cardiac catheter system at Hansen Medical. Here, his expertise in the field of robotics and medicine created a revolutionary new product designed to operate on the inside of hearts in a minimally invasive approach…