Gaumard’s Family of Wireless, Tetherless Patient Simulators Set to Take Center Stage at EMS Today Conference & Exposition

MIAMIFeb. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Gaumard Scientific Company today announced it will showcase its family of innovative patient simulators, including HAL S3201 and Trauma HAL, at EMS Today, the JEMS Conference & Exposition, set for Feb. 25-27 in Baltimore. Gaumard’s simulators will be on display at booth No. 2315.

Designed with direct input from EMS professionals worldwide and manufactured in the UnitedStates, Gaumard’s simulators enable trainers to address a wide range of health emergency scenarios in realistic settings. Gaumard’s HAL S3201 exemplifies true “Care in Motion” as training involves treatment at the accident scene and on to the ER and ICU, all while first responders and clinicians use actual resuscitation equipment and patient monitors.

Educators in programs needing focused task-specific tools benefit from critical skills trainers such as the HAL S315.400 Adult Multipurpose Airway and CPR Trainer.

At EMS World, visitors can demo the wide range of Gaumard patient simulators, including:

  • S300.100.250 Code Blue® III Adult Advanced Life Support Training Simulator
  • Wound kit collections that emulate burn wounds, adult/pediatric wounds, trauma and casualty scenarios

John Eggert, Gaumard’s executive vice president, said: “We have listened to our customers to develop the industry’s most advanced, ultra-realistic patient simulators that meet the rigorous and varied demands of today’s health care education. The first responders who use our simulators train to be the very best in treating three of the leading causes of death in the U.S., including heart issues, respiratory issues and accidents. Our focus is on delivering the technology that enables health care professionals to save lives and improve overall patient outcomes.”

HAL S3201, Trauma HAL and other Gaumard simulators specifically address the training needs of paramedics and EMTs. HAL’s fully tetherless technology allows the communications, compressor and power supply components to be placed inside the simulator body, eliminating the need for external tubes, wires and compressors. Furthermore, HAL is a rugged and resilient simulator with durability proven by independent testing in hot and cold conditions and wet and dry environments. These design innovations facilitate the most realistic, flexible training scenarios.

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