Planning, Consulting & Setting up of Advanced Medical Simulation Labs
Simulation is the creation of an artificial environment for education, assessment, and research & health system integration with the purpose of improving patient safety, effectiveness & efficiency of delivery of health care. This will also add to the understanding of the stress response of medical professional in the simulated environment. Health care workers are at risk constantly acquiring infectious diseases like HIV & Hepatitis due to accidental injury in the process of patient care. Honing their motor skills in a simulated environment viz. learn to give injections, perform invasive procedures will help reduce or avoid these work-related injuries.
Today simulated learning can be done with
1. Mannikins made to look & function in part like a human body
2. Surgical training with manikins to simulate human organs.
3. Computerised manikins that respond to all forms of medication & other treatment.
4. Surgical training on High-fidelity surgical manikins.
5. Simulated learning with digital simulators.
Emergicare is the exclusive distributor for Simulab Corporation in India. Simulab is a medical simulation company, dedicated to replicating human anatomy, and turning it into realistic, easy-to-use training tools that help save lives. By collaborating closely with leading educators world-wide, leveraging our 23 years of experience and constantly pushing the boundaries of realistic tissue discovery, Simulab has become the market leader for realistic and affordable trainers for a vast array of healthcare simulation models. Our mission is to create a human mimic so perfect, participants feel truly immersed —in every procedural training.
Consultation, Design and Setting up of Emergency Departments
The Emergency Department plays a pivotal role in providing the public with access to acute health care, and the provision of support to primary health care and community services. An Emergency Department is also an important interface to the many inpatient and outpatient services offered by its parent hospital and the health service of which it is a part.
Our emergency department consultants include emergency physicians and nurses with extensive emergency department practice, operations, and business expertise. Unlike many other emergency department consultants, we feel a strong clinical background is extremely important. We make every effort to tailor our team to best meet each individual ED’s unique challenges.
Ambulance Fabrication & Equipping
EmergiCare one of the leading companies in the country that provides Total Solution in regard to Fabrication, Supply of Medical Devices for Ambulances / Mobile Hospitals and providing After Sales Support, all over the Country.
We are, thus, a single window provider of Medical products in India where the advantages of state of art technology is provided to users in each and every product.
Various vehicles used for Critical Care Ambulances range from TATA-Winger, Force Tempo Traveller to bigger vehicles provided by Swaraj Mazda, Eicher, Ashok Leyland etc
Design and Setting up of Clinical Skills lab
Emergicare has partnered with some of the world’s best organisations to provide state of the art clinical skill development labs, tailored to fit the Institution’s budget.
Clinical skills laboratories are educational facilities that have the potential benefit for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students and medical staff. They provide a safe and protected environment in which the learner can practise clinical skills before using them in real clinical settings. These skills laboratories help to ensure that all students acquire the necessary techniques and are properly assessed before practising on real patients. In addition, they support the acquisition, maintenance and enhancement of the clinical skills of students in the healthcare profession.
Clinical skills laboratories can be used for teamwork and multi-professional education. It provides the students with the access to learning opportunities in a safe and protected environment. Bridging the gap between the classroom and the clinical setting decreases students’ anxiety.
The use of simulators enables students to practise and make mistakes without the risk to the patients or themselves. Unlike patients, simulators have predictable behaviour, experiences are reproducible and allow standardized experience. They are neither embarrassed or stressed, have no time restrictions and so can be used as required. They can be programmed to simulate selected findings, conditions, or complications and they can be used for training on the management of difficult situations.