PRLog - June 6, 2012 - SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- mySmartHealthcare™
Clinician using the tactile vr™ simulator.
The new topic, along with the already-available Peripheral IV Insertion and Urinary Catheterization, were strategically selected because they carry a high risk for infection. tactile vr™ offers clinicians a training outlet that is promotes patient safety, quality care, and risk management.
Central Venous Catheterization, like the other simulator modules, immerses the user in a life-like simulated learning environment. While following best practice guidelines, it leads the user step-by-step using physical feeling throughout the entire procedure. tactile vr™ accomplishes this by incorporating haptic technology, the science of applying tactile sensation to human interaction with computers.
Haptics is one of the many aspects that sets tactile vr™ apart from other medical simulators. With the “millennial”
Through a study performed last year, mySmartHealthcare™
Additionally, tactile vr™ integrates data feedback and usage documentation within the simulation software; making the analytics accessible for administrative users.
The Central Venous Catheterization module is the first of many topics being introduced in 2012. For more information on tactile vr™, please contact mySmartHealthcare™
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