The Caesar Trauma Patient Simulator provides clinical instructors and learners with multiple training features for advanced practice in point-of-care medical treatment. Exceptionally rugged, incredibly tough, Caesar prepares first responders, medics and military medical personnel to deliver life-saving trauma patient care in harsh and challenging environments. Users can choose between 10 Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) specific to military and/or civilian medicine. Ruggedized, durable and resilient, Caesar lets you simulate extreme scenarios for trauma patient care. Caesar is engineered for maximum strength to withstand performance in environments where most other simulators fail.
REALISTIC TRAINING IN REALISTIC SITUATIONS
Tetherless and portable, Caesar is built for casualty training in the classroom, or out in the field, to represent tactical and point-of-injury care requirement under the harshest conditions for training both military and civilian medical personnel in a range of high-stress scenarios.
RUGGEDIZED FOR EXTREME TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS
Resistant to harsh temperatures, humidity, exposure to dirt, dust, sand, and able to support water-based decontamination operations training, Caesar endures every obstacle with the most consistency in performance and technology.
DRAMATIC BLEEDING CAPABILITY
With the capacity for high-pressure arterial and/or venous bleeding, Caesar can present dramatic bleeding from up to six sites, and produce automatic physiological responses to tourniquet application from four tourniquet locations with sensors.
EASE OF OPERATION
Operating Caesar is quick, easy and intuitive with the standard physiological modeling of the Müse interface, allowing instructors to run scenarios, modify patient parameters or operate the simulator on the fly.
- Removable limbs to simulate multiple injury scenarios
- Directional eye movement and speech patterns reflect state of consciousness, pain level and specific medical conditions
- 400 foot range vocalizations, enhancing outdoor search and rescue simulations
- Surgical and needle cricothyrotomy
- Bilateral needle decompression sites tied to physiology and verbal responses
- Speech patterns can change in response to treatment, and/or when a medic is near
- Full range of motion in the neck, back, shoulders, elbows, forearms and wrists
- All patient responses to drugs are automatic, dose dependent and follow appropriate time course