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Balanced Content Area - the collection of 28 clinical simulation is divided up into four categories: Neonatal, Pediatric, Adult Medical, and Acute/Trauma. With this arrangement, the collection promises a balanced, repetitive exposure to the kind of situations and pathology found on the NBRC RRT clinical simulation exam.
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Adult Acute Trauma Battery (ABAT#1)
CHF / Pulmonary Edema (RS401) | In this case a middle-aged male is presented with signs of congestive heart failure. Diagnostic assessment and treatment of cardiogenic pulmonary edema are the central issues covered in this simulation. Initiation of mechanical ventilation and post extubation complications are also covered.
Status Asthmaticus (RS402) | A preoperative assessment is required on a 33-year-old male scheduled for surgery. General assessment followed by oxygen therapy and hyperventilation therapy are areas covered. Understanding of general laboratory data is tested. Finally, impending ventilatory failure must be recognized and blood gas data must be properly interpreted.
Myocardial Infarction (RS403) | In this simulation, a 61-year-old male is present with chest pain. The student must recognize sings of a myocardial infarction as well as demonstrate understanding of pharmacological agents and application of cardiac defibrillation methods.
Head/Neck Trauma (RS404) | A 22-year-old male involved in a cliff-diving accident is presented. Appropriate emergency intubation procedures as well as proper maintenance of pCO2 levels is covered.
Drug O.D. / Pulmonary Emboli (RS405) | A 17-year-old male is presented. Recognizing risk for aspiration, the need for airway protection, and signs of a pulmonary emboli are the central issues in this simulation. Additionally, close ventilatory monitoring for ventilatory failure and the institution of mechanical ventilation are covered.
Smoke & CO Inhalation (RS406) | This case involves a 32-year-old fireman with burn trauma, carbon monoxide poisoning, and smoke inhalation. Recognizing the need to protect the airway and treat and the CO poisoning with oxygen and hyperbaric therapy is tested in this case. The student must also deal with the institution of mechanical ventilation and deal with a sudden case of pulmonary edema.
Chest Trauma / Flail Chest (RS407) | This case deal with a bull-rider who has sustained injuries to his chest wall, including a flail chest. Promotion of ventilation and the institution of mechanical ventilation is covered. The student must also show proficiency in the treatment of a pneumothorax including the use of chest tube and a chest tube drainage system.
Asthma (RS408) | A 19-year-old patient presents with asthma in the E.R. Assessment of bronchoconstriction, and the use of a variety of pharmacological agents is tested. The student must also create a care plan and generally treatment the patient according to the national asthma guidelines.
Thoracic Surgery (RS409) | This case involves a patient post thoracic surgery. Complications develop and the patient requires chest tubes. Extensive knowledge and ability to troubleshoot a 3-bottle chest drainage system is covered in this simulation
Pediatric Battery (PBAT)
Laryngotracheobronchitis (PS701) | A 3-year-old patient presents in the ER with hoarseness, inspiratory stridor, and a barky cough. Knowledge of diagnostic criteria is tested including differentiation between croup and acute epiglottitis. The therapist must know appropriate pharmacological agents and have knowledge of mist tent operations as well a be able to determine appropriate ventilator weaning.
Acute Epiglottitis (PS702) | A 3-year-old female presents in the emergency room with the symptoms of acute epiglottitis. An understanding of pharmacological agents such a racemic epinephrine is tested. The patient is transported to surgery for intubation as airway protection is an issue. The user is tested for the ability to differentiate between epiglottitis and croup. The patient is admitted to ICU for close monitoring where he ultimately requires mechanical ventilation.
Cystic Fibrosis (PS703) | A 7-year-old male is presented with symptoms consistent with cystic fibrosis. Diagnostic testing, use of low-flow oxygen, and appropriate care planning are issues tested. Pharmacological agents and family education are topics also covered.
Foreign Body Aspiration (PS704) | A 5-year-old male is presented with a unilateral wheeze and violent coughing. Knowledge of bronchoscopic procedures and the use of supportive oxygen therapy must be demonstrated in this simulation.
Near Drowning (PS705) | A 6-year-old patient is found at the bottom of a pool. The student must demonstrate a knowledge of core-warming, manual ventilation, and the institution of mechanical ventilation on a pediatric patient.
Adult Medical Battery (ABAT#2)
Myasthenia Gravis (RS501) | A 43-year-old man presents with a history of Myasthenia Gravis. Preventative therapy and special monitoring techniques are covered. Also covered are the elements of a Tensilon Challenge procedure including identification of a Myasthenic crisis. Mechanical ventilation is started and the user must make decisions regarding pulmonary toilet.
Guillain-Barre Syndrome (RS502) | A 56-year-old female shows up in the ER with symptoms consistent with neuromuscular dysfunction. Close monitoring and neuromuscular-focused assessments are required. The user must also identify the Guillain-Barre syndrome. In the latter part of the case, assessment for weaning readiness is tested.
Pickwickian / Sleep Apnea (RS503) | A 48-year-old obese male is presented. Oxygen therapy, recognition of signs of obstructive sleep apnea and appropriate methods of treatment is the central issue covered in this simulation. The case also deals with the institution of mechanical ventilation and the education of the patient and family members.
Emphysema/COPD (RS504) | A female patient is presented with COPD. Principles in bronchodilation and pulmonary function testing is are covered. Recognizing signs of infection is also covered. This simulations has an overlaying complication of right sided heart failure.
A.R.D.S. (RS505) | A 38-year-old male develops ARDS. Institution of mechanical ventilation, special modifications in ventilatory parameters and the management of PEEP are covered. The student must also show proficiency with hemodynamic values, equipment, and the recognition of optimum PEEP.
AIDS / Pulmonary Tuberculosis (RS506) | Issues of hypothermia, diagnostic testing specific to AIDS and Pulmonary tuberculosis are the central issues covered. Students must demonstrate an understanding of appropriate pharmacology including the use of Pentamadine and Rifampin as well as other medications.
Diabetes/Ketoacidosis (RS507) | A 22-year old male with diabetes is presented. Supportive oxygen therapy and blood gas interpretation are issues covered. Also, principles of modifying mechanical ventilation are presented and tested.
Laryngectomy (RS508) | In this case a 53-year-old male is presented having just undergone a Laryngectomy. General principles of airway clearance and suctioning as well as principles of post surgical care are covered. Students must demonstrate special understanding of special intubation considerations. CPR and knowledge of cardiac arrhythmia is also covered.
Ventilator Weaning (RS509) | This is a collection of several cases and different methods of ventilator weaning. Student must be able to demonstrate a knowledge of multiple weaning techniques, determine candidacy for weaning and know when weaning attempts are failing.
Neonatal Battery (NBAT)
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (NS601) | An infants is presented with classic signs of congenital diaphragmatic hernia. General issues of APGAR assessment, radiographic diagnosis and the institution of mechanical ventilation are covered.
Meconium Aspiration (NS602) | Appropriate initial treatment and airway management is covered. Recognizing signs of a clogged ET tube as well as understanding radiographic data is important in this case.
Infant Respiratory Distress Syndrome (NS603) | A 34-week-gestational infant is presented. APGAR assessment, pulmonary resuscitation and mechanical ventilation are tested, including the use of CPAP and the administration of pulmonary surfactants. The student must demonstrate an ability to interpret radiological data.
Transient Tachypnea Type II RDS (NS604) | An infant is delivered C-section and ultimately develops symptoms consistent with transient tachypnea syndrome. The student must demonstrated knowledge of the problem by providing supportive oxygen therapy, including the appropriate use of CPAP.
Neonatal Rounds (NS605) | This case involves 5 patients where SIDS and various congenital cardiac abnormalities are presented. Pathologies include: patent ductus arteriosus, transposition of the great vessels, coarctation of the aorta, and tetralogy of fallot.
Method A | Purchase By Battery
Adult Medical Battery (Inclusive of 9 titles) - $895
Adult Acute/Trauma Battery (Inclusive of 9 titles) - $895
Pediatric Battery (Inclusive of 5 titles) - $495
Neonatal Battery (Inclusive of 5 titles) - $495
All 4 Batteries (28 titles) - $ 2780
Method B | Mix-Match Purchase
Choose any variety of titles and obtain a discount. Simply find the # of items you wish to purchase and use the table to determine the final price.
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