Exonicus has received a phase 2 award by the United States Army Medical Research and Development Command

Exonicus has received a phase 2 award by the United States Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC) to provide a modification to Exonicus’ IVR Training Simulator by incorporating the Multiple Echelons of Care (ROLES I-III) and medical evacuation platforms…

Exonicus in Cooperation with The RSU Medical Education Technology Centre Supplements Library of Virtual Training Scenarios

Medical technology start-up Exonicus has developed a new virtual training scenario on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in cooperation with The Rīga Stradiņš University (RSU) Medical Education Technology Centre (METC), as reported by Dienas Bizness on db.lv. The…

Immersive Virtual Reality Medical Simulation: Autonomous Trauma Training Simulator

Kyle Couperus, Scott Young, Ryan Walsh, Christopher Kang, Carl Skinner, Robyn Essendrop, Kristin Fiala, Jillian F. Phelps, Zachary Sletten, Matthew T. Esposito, Jason Bothwell, Chad Gorbatkin Published: May 11, 2020 (see history) DOI: 10.7759/cureus.8062 Cite this article as: Couperus K,…

Personal Protective Equipment training for COVID-19 – long-awaited help to fellow frontline healthcare workers

COVID-19 is emerging globally and has already taken so many lives. Physicians and nurses need to train how to wear and remove PPE! The appropriate use of PPE is the main tool to stop the spread of SARS-CoV-2 among healthcare…

Open-source COVID-19 PPE training in your native language – long-awaited help to fellow frontline healthcare workers

We are sharing an open-source COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) training video.  With a few simple steps, it is possible to convert it to your native language to help fellow frontline physicians and nurses all over the world!   COVID-19 is…

Exonicus Trauma Simulator is working on “Safe use of personal protective equipment (PPE)” professional training and simulation for health care professionals

Exonicus Trauma Simulator in collaboration with Rigas Stradins University Medical Education and Technology Center is working on “Safe use of personal protective equipment (PPE)” professional training and simulation for health care professionals and volunteers to train and empower those on…

The checklist’s beginnings: What led to Dr. Peter Pronovost’s ‘Safe Patients, Smart Hospitals’

By Brian Albrecht, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — In 2001, Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore was rocked by the death of 18-month-old Josie King, who was being treated for second-degree burns over 60 percent of her body. Complications from…

Simulation Drastically Improves Trauma Response Times, Study Shows

A new study from UT Southwestern shows how simulations can positively impact lifesaving trauma interventions. The medical center is home to one of the largest medical simulation training centers in the country, which provides a space for instructors to challenge…

Exonicus Trauma Simulator Wins IMSH SimVentors Serious Games and Virtual Environments SimVentors Showcase

News At the 2020 Society for Simulation in Healthcare Annual Conference Exonicus shared a sneak peek of a new VR title for Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) simulation training and competed in the IMSH SimVentors Showcase. IMSH attendees had the…