"The UC Riverside School of Medicine currently utilizes two SonoSim [Editions] with approximately 12 learning modules installed. Though the students have access to [the online courses] on their personal laptops, they prefer using the SonoSim laptops because these have the [SonoSimulator® and the] simulated probe (transducer) attached which aides in muscle memory for most point-of-care uses. We have found the videos and lessons very useful and educational. Each module is self-guided and very easy to follow. I highly recommend SonoSim for any program or person looking to develop or improve their clinical sonography skill set."
Chris Miller, Director of Operations Center for Medical Simulation and Research University of California Riverside School of Medicine
"SonoSim offers a convenient and easily mobile solution to allowing learners to be introduced to point of care ultrasonography. The basic anatomy review allows learners to practice obtaining adequate views while the cases allow them to see many of the common abnormalities they may encounter on the wards. The integration of the ultrasound image with the ability to see various anatomical layers helps cement these ultrasound views in the learner's mind better than could be done with only bedside ultrasound practice."
Kapil Rajwani, MD Associate Medical Director New York-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Simulation Center
“As an academic center committed to developing a Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Ultrasound Curriculum, SonoSim has become the cornerstone on which we have built our ultrasound curriculum. The simulated hand control, the patient scenarios, the anatomic dissection and the methods to teach perfect technique have been invaluable! Students of all ages – fellows and faculty – can now go home, work on their ultrasound skills and come back to the PICU with a new found confidence to use ultrasound to successfully identifying landmarks, reveal disease states and perform procedures with greater efficiency and safety. It has revolutionized our approach and made us better clinicians. Thank you SonoSim!”
Leah Harris, MD Division Director Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Associate Professor Department of Pediatrics Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago