SonoSimulator® Features

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The SonoSimulator® provides the below basic feature set*.

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Vast library of real patient-based SonoSim® Cases.

The Case List button provides immediate access to a wide-ranging and ever-growing SonoSim® Case Library.

2

Move the probe along different points of the body.

Navigation allows a user to move between discrete points along the body. Clicking on a navigation button or dragging the cursor arrow from button to button will simultaneously move the virtual ultrasound probe to the corresponding location.

3

Body positioning.

The Body Position feature allows users to place the virtual patient in different positions that provide alternative viewer perspectives.

4

Ultrasound beam array penetration correlates with underlying layers of anatomy.

With the Layers feature, anatomic layers can be removed to reveal underlying anatomy, allowing the user to correlate the ultrasound image to relevant anatomic structures.

5

Optimal ultrasound window guidance.

Probe-positioning assistance, for Longitudinal and Transverse windows acquisition, allows for virtual “hand-holding” during image acquisition.

6

Individualized, narrated tutorials for each SonoSim® Case.

The Findings button provides immediate, expert feedback. A narrated version of the original ultrasound clip describes what users should recognize while scanning a corresponding SonoSim® Case.

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Apply compression over structures of interest.

The up and down buttons within the Compression feature will allow you to compress or decompress the structure immediately beneath the transducer (e.g., compress a vein).*

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Perform needle-based procedures.

The Needle procedure feature provides cognitive task training on ultrasound-guided needle-based procedures.*

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Virtual human body.

A photorealistic three-dimensional human body model depicts anatomic structures. Both adult and pediatric, male and female, bodies are accordingly displayed.

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Optimal ultrasound probe-type (i.e., physical footprint) and array beam.

This helps the user recognize which transducer to use when performing an actual scan.

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Virtual ultrasound array beam.

Learn how the array beam traverses anatomical structures to create the corresponding ultrasound image in the display window.

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Teaches exact probe motion required for optimal ultrasound window acquisition.

Ultrasound display window depicts images that correspond to probe movements with extremely high fidelity and real-time performance.

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Functional ultrasound unit display window.

The ultrasound display window simulates a real ultrasound unit, including the ability to modify image scale, gain, and depth, flip probe indicator, save and review obtained images, and measure anatomic structures.

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Power Doppler.

The Doppler button enables learners to examine blood flow characteristics.*

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Multimedia window.

The Split-Screen feature enables users to easily compare ultrasound findings and image characteristics with those provided by other imaging modalities (e.g., plain radiographs, CT, or MRI).

*Advanced features such as compression, ultrasound-guided needle placement, and Doppler functionality are included in specific SonoSim® Modules.

Experience SonoSimulation®, the process through which real patient ultrasound data is converted into laptop-based, personalized ultrasound training solution

Ultrasound-Guided Line Placement Training.

Doctors can scan real patient pathology using ultrasound simulation while earning CME credit
The SonoSim® Ultrasound Training Solution can be configured to provide cognitive task training on a variety of ultrasound-guided needle-based procedures. This allows you to develop hand-eye coordination in a safe environment. You are provided unlimited practice opportunities through the use of real patient-based virtual models.

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Select from a library of real clinical ultrasound cases.

The Case List button provides immediate access to a wide-ranging and ever-growing SonoSim® Case Library.

2

Receive immediate user-performance feedback.

Users are given specific, real-time feedback following each ultrasound-guided intravenous catheter insertion attempt.

3

Learn how to move the transducer and localize a target vessel.

Users learn how to move an ultrasound transducer and localize a target vessel in short-axis and long-axis views.

4

Practice correct needle entry angle and approach to a target vessel.

Trainees learn how to achieve optimal needle penetration of a target vessel under ultrasound guidance. They learn the critical task of how to localize the tip of the needle by fanning the virtual ultrasound probe in an appropriate direction.

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Learn how to cannulate a target vessel with in-plane and out-of-plane approaches.

Probe-positioning assistance, for Longitudinal and Transverse window acquisition, allows for virtual “hand-holding” during image acquisition.

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