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  • Scenario

    Cardiac arrest in a home with bystander CPR. From VF to ROSC

      SimMan
    Annual $120 / Capital $300
  • Scenario

    Continuous asystoly despite all efforts. An elderly man found in bed in the morning.

      SimMan
    Annual $120 / Capital $300
  • Image

    CT of widespread centrilobular emphysema.

    Capital $20
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    An individual with a facial nerve palsy A facial nerve palsy on the left produces weakness of the muscles innervated by the facial nerve on the left. This individual displays classic signs of facial weakness, including absence of forehead wrinkles on the left. The left eye is abnormally wide open, and the mouth is pulled to the strong side. Attachments and innervation of the zygomaticus Bony attachment: Major: Zygomatic portion of zygomatic arch. Minor: Anterior and lateral zygomatic bone. Soft tissue attachment: Major: Skin and orbicularis oris at the angle of the mouth. Minor: Skin and muscle of the upper lip. Innervation: Buccal branches of facial nerve (7th cranial nerve).

    Capital $10
  • Handler

    Handler for acute severe asthma

      SimMan Essential
    Capital $40
  • Handler

    First steps of clinical work (wash hands, introduce yourself, etc)

      SimMan Essential
    Capital $40
  • Handler

    Handler for anaphylactic shock

      SimMan Essential
    Capital $40
  • Handler

    Handler for recovery from cardiac arrest

      SimMan Essential
    Capital $40
  • Trend

    COPD Low Flow

      SimMan 3G
    Capital $40
  • Trend

    COPD Salbutamol nebulizer

      SimMan 3G
    Capital $40