A virtual ventilation management training solution
In cooperation with Laerdal Medical
TruCorp are pleased to announce Laerdal Medical as the exclusive partner for this innovative and cost-effective solution for ventilation management training.
With TruVent, users with limited experience can gain the basic skills needed to operate a ventilator with ease, or more complex scenarios can be run for experienced clinicians. The instructor can adjust underlying patient characteristics, creating a clinically accurate respiratory engine that will display appropriate pressure, flow and volume curves in real time.
Deliver ventilation training in a classroom environment, or virtually using the Interactive Remote Learning integration. Multi-user and large group session options are available.
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Simple, cost-effective app for ventilator training
Ventilator App Video Tutorials
TruVent Key Features Overview
TruVent Quick Start Guide
In-class or remote training
With this app-based solution, instructors can provide 1:1 interactive training or train multiple learners at the same time, either in a class setting or remotely from different locations across the globe. Devices can connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth for in-class training, or through Wi-Fi for a remote learning session. When the devices are paired, all updates are displayed in real time.
TruVent can be used alongside TruCorp AirSim® X intubation trainers or trauma training products to integrate clinical decision-making, crew resource management and mechanical ventilation training.
Teach ventilation quickly and easily
Building clinical competence and confidence to manage a ventilator is a challenge. The high risk associated with mechanical ventilation requires both basic skills training and training for complex respiratory scenarios. With TruVent, instructors can adjust underlying patient characteristics, creating clinically accurate respiratory simulations that will display appropriate pressure, flow, and volume curves in real time.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for mechanical ventilation management training. Globally, there is not only a shortage of ventilators, but also a shortage of healthcare personnel who are trained to use them. As the healthcare workforce has been asked to join the frontlines in ICUs and critical care facilities, there is an urgent need to get staff up to speed quickly.