#Nursingsimulation

It's NOT "Just an IV" - Just Ask A Patient!

One of the most commonly performed procedures during a hospital admission is placing a peripheral IV.

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A delay in establishing vascular access can result in a delay in the administration of a fluids and/or medications. Patients frequently experience delays in diagnosis and initiation of treatment. No one wants to delay treatment. No one wants to hurt patients.

Providers need more realistic clinical skills practice.

“Even though it is a prevalent, technically difficult, and invasive procedure, most health care practitioners, who have not been trained as vascular access experts, receive little substantive peripheral vascular access education, training, or opportunities to practice skills until competent.” Simulation in Health. 2016 Dec; 11(6): 376–384.

Traditional students are not getting the practice needed during training, to be skills competent when they begin their jobs. Working nurses report they don’t feel confident with just one annual IV training.

ReaLifeSim can help you by providing more realistic "train the way you treat" opportunities with ReaLifeSim wearable IV trainers. Wearable ReaLifeSim products provide realistic, safe skills practice on real people (or manikins) teaching proper hand positioning, IV catheter manipulation, patient interaction, and situational awareness in a variety of environments.

The ReaLifeSim IV Trainer has added a seamless piece into the assessment and treatment of standardized patients. We are incorporating this into all of our Health Professions courses.” Scott Nelson, B.S., NRP, LP, Acting Dean, Division of Health Professions, Texas Southmost College

“My nurses are more competent and feel more confident as a result of training with ReaLifeSim.” Faina Kaganov RN, MBA-HCA, CLNC, Chief Clinical Officer, The Allure Group Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers

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BOOTH 18 at #ASPE2018 - ReaLifeSim Wearable Hybrid IV Trainers

We're here having fun with standardized patient educators in Kansas City!

Stop by Booth 18 for you opportunity to take home the most realistic wearable IV trainer on the market!

Today we'll be giving away a free starter set valued over $200 USD.

Does YOUR IV Trainer do this? #ReaLifeSim

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ReaLifeSim Wearable Hybrid IV Trainers BOOTH 18 #ASPE2018

Stop by to test your IV skills
on a real person with rolling veins!
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Our unmatched realism and versatility for use in any environment can add “real life” to your training options.

ReaLifeSim IV Trainer is great! Our devices are so bulky....not really practical to put on SPs. The arms and manikins we use don’t really simulate an actual patient, so this is fantastic!
— ASPE Attendee - Nurse and Standardized Patient Educator

Do your IV Trainers work like this?

Can they be used on real people and manikins? 

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Do your IV Trainers have embedded sensors and an App to track IV catheter insertion "misses" that go deeper than the vessel?

Do they also record provider-patient and team interactions? 

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Stock up now for next semester! 

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Are YOU attending #INACSL2018? 

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Stop by
DiaMedical USA Booth 210 and Pocket Nurse® Booth 207
to test your IV skills on a real person with rolling veins using wearable #ReaLifeSim IV Trainers. 

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ReaLifeSim IV Trainers are worn by real people to encourage realistic hands-on and interpersonal communication. Can be an "add-on" to manikins for enhanced function and extended sustainability.  

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