Launch a Simulation Exercise
4.1 – Table Top Simulation – Basic Case Identified and Treated Early
Train staff to identify and treat sepsis early using this table top simulation. Ideal for ED and critical access staff.
4.2 – Table Top Simulation – Direct ICU Admit from Outside Facility
Train staff on a direct ICU admission using this table top simulation.
4.3 – Table Top Simulation – Surgical Sepsis
Train staff with a surgical sepsis table top simulation.
4.4 – Table Top Simulation – Transfer to Higher Level of Care
Train staff with a simulation on transferring to a higher level of care. Ideal for critical access hospitals.
4.5 – High Fidelity or Actor Simulation – ED Scenario
Train staff with an ED sepsis scenario.
4.6 – High Fidelity or Actor Simulation – ICU Scenario
Train staff with an ICU sepsis scenario.
4.7 – High Fidelity or Actor Simulation – Inpatient Scenario
Train staff with an inpatient sepsis scenario.
4.8 – Video: High Fidelity Simulation – ED
Watch a video of a sepsis simulation in the ED using a high-fidelity manikin.
4.9 – Video: High Fidelity Simulation – ICU
Watch a video of a sepsis simulation in the ICU using a high-fidelity manikin.
4.10 – Video: Actor Simulation – Inpatient
Watch a video of an inpatient sepsis simulation using a live actor.
4.11 – Video: Orientation to Simulation Lab
Watch a video orientation to a simulation lab.
4.12 – Mock Sepsis Alert Simulation
Conduct a mock sepsis alert with this simulation.
4.13 – Simulation Observation Checklist
Employ this observer checklist during simulation exercises.
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