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Dental Block

A dental block procedure is another name for anesthetizing that particular area of the mouth that needs some dental procedure. Learners practice this procedure in a safe virtual environment with a virtual patient.

Achilles Tendon Repair

Achilles tendon repair surgery helps fix a damaged Achilles tendon. The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, and a ruptured or damaged tendon causes pain and swelling near the heel making movement difficult.

Mass Shooting Triage

It is a case of a mass shooting at a mall. There could be multiple casualties and injured victims. It is imperative to conduct a triage. Tagging and sorting will ensure due attention is paid to those in need of emergency care.

Productive Cough, Shortness of Breath, and Fever

Thomas Brown is here for an evaluation of a productive cough and fever he’s had for the past few days with increasing shortness of breath.

EMS Anaphylaxis

Fifty-one-year-old Jason Smith was having breakfast at a restaurant when he developed an allergic reaction. He is struggling to breathe and has visible rashes on his body. The EMS was notified immediately.

Veteran Assessment

John is 34 years old. After having served in a war, he was discharged from the military two months back. Ever since he’s returned home, he’s been feeling anxious and agitated, get upset easily and has terrible mood swings.

Respiratory Function Assessment

Fifty-one-year-old Henry Joseph has been experiencing shortness of breath since the past two days. His respiration and chest movements need to assessed along with his anterior and posterior lung sounds.

Paracentesis

Paracentesis refers to a body fluid sampling procedure in which a needle or catheter is inserted in the peritoneal cavity to obtain ascitic fluid. This could be for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.

Difficult Airway

The patient is brought into emergency with a compromised airway. When intubation and supraglottic airway methods fail, cricothyroidotomy is performed to secure oxygenation and ventilation.

Substance Use Disorder

The Stages of Change Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment VR program focuses on working with participants to develop skills necessary to create a positive and productive intervention for those early in SUD treatment.

Mental Health Assessment

Lucia Moreno, 22 years old, has been admitted into the psychiatric unit for severe depression. She stopped seeing a therapist but is taking her medication. She is not suicidal but doesn’t mind not waking up in the morning.

ECG

The ECG procedure may not be difficult to perform but surely requires competence and accuracy. Each electrical current of the heart must be precisely traced as is helps in deciding upon the course of care and treatment.

Physical Therapy Aide

A Physical Therapy Aide must be well-trained in a range of skill-sets that help them perform their tasks with expertise. The patient should feel at ease working with the aide.

Surgical Attire & Hand Antisepsis

Surgical hand antisepsis is a routine process carried out before undertaking any invasive procedure. The purpose of the hand antisepsis is to destroy and prevent the growth of micro-organisms.

Central Sterile Processing

Sterilization of medical and surgical instruments is a significant process that helps prevent the spread of pathogens. This calls for thorough training for personnel working in the Central Service Department.

Patient Room Cleaning

As part of the Patient Room Cleaning VR program, learners are introduced to a patient’s room and demonstrated the cleaning methods followed including high-risk touch points and the AIDET procedure.

Operating Room Cleaning

As part of this Operating Room Cleaning learning solution, training and assessment, learners are provided training and practice in procedures related to entering the room to cleaning and finally exiting.

Pericardiocentesis

The Emergent Pericardiocentesis Simulator will guide the learner through the steps of an emergent pericardiocentesis with the intention of familiarizing electrophysiologists to this important, but rare procedure skillset.

Jones Fracture

Jones fracture refers to a fracture in the fifth metatarsal bone in the foot. This is the bone that connects the pinkie toe to the base of the foot. Surgery is one of the most effective ways to treat this fracture.

Simple Interrupted Suture

Jacob Smith is 40 years old. He was accidentally hit and now his wound needs to be closed using a simple interrupted suture. The procedure is a fairly simple one but requires precision.

Neuroma Excision

Neuroma excision refers to the surgical process of removing an enlarged nerve called a neuroma, or Morton’s neuroma. It occurs between the toes and causes a sharp pain that feels like stepping on a marble.

Digital Arthroplasty

Digital arthroplasty is one of the most common ways to correct hammer toes. It involves cutting affected ligaments and bones and using pins as fusion devices to bind together the cut bones.

S-ICD Implantation

Subcutaneous implantable cardioverter defibrillator or S-ICD implant involves the placement of an electronic medical device under the skin to prevent sudden cardiac complications.

Horizontal Suturing

Dylan Roberts, 34-year-old male, has suffered a laceration on his right knee due to an accident during a game of football. The wound is 3 cm long and requires 4-5 stitches. Horizontal suturing is required to close the wound.

GERD Assessment

Carlos, 36 years old, has recently been experiencing a sore throat and hoarseness. More of a discomfort than a pain. Soreness increases after he has a large meal or lies down after a meal. Spices and tomatoes make it worse.

Patient Assessment – Trauma

Jacob Smith, 38, is a construction worker who fell off a ladder, around 10 feet. He has suffered several injuries to his head and arm that need to be assessed and treated.

Chest Pain

Mark Willey is a 54-year-old male car mechanic with a history of hypertension and coronary artery disease. He began having chest pains about 6 hours ago while working in his garage.

EMS Triage

A fire broke out in a packed auditorium. First responders at the scene must conduct triage assessment during this mass casualty incident and identify correct triage level of victims.

Tachycardia – Paramedic

Connor is an 18 year old boy who experienced discomfort in his chest during a game of basketball and requested medical assistance. As a paramedic, visit the location with your team, examine Connor and take necessary steps.

Postpartum Hemorrhage

PPH is a serious vaginal bleeding post childbirth. It can be life threatening if not identified and controlled in time. Healthcare professionals must be well-versed in recognizing the situation getting help in a timely manner.

Neonatal Resuscitation

This is a precipitous delivery. The mother thinks she is term and has no prenatal care history. The baby is limp, not breathing and no meconium staining is noted in the amniotic fluid.

Preeclampsia

Alice Jones, 20, delivered a baby five weeks ago. One week back she developed an upper abdominal pain and later had a headache and shortness of breath. Her pain has worsened, she is nauseous and has vomited once.

Shoulder Dystocia

A 30-year-old patient is G1 P0 at 40 weeks gestation. She has been pushing for one and half hours and is exhausted. The baby’s head delivers, and shoulder dystocia occurs.

Coughing Child

Joan is visiting a pediatric primary care clinician with her 2-year-old son Aiden to get help for his persistent cough, wheezing, and runny nose.

Pediatric Intraosseous Infusion

Pediatric intraosseous infusion is initiated when vascular access is required emergently but is difficult to achieve via peripheral vain. Compared to adults, the level of care required is greater for pediatric patients.

Pediatric DKA

Anna is in the ED unwell with abdominal pain and vomiting. She has received a 20cc/kg bolus for initial hypotension and an insulin bolus of 8 units. EMS lost the IV en route, and the patient is now more somnolent in the ED.

Pediatric Anaphylaxis

Kevin, 7, is known to be allergic to peanuts. Ten minutes after eating a cake, he developed wheeze, shortness of breath and rash. His mother administered his epinephrine auto-injector and called EMS.

Pediatric Septic Shock

Olivia, 4, is in ED as she is lethargic and “not herself”. She has had a fever and cough for the past three days. On arrival she looks toxic, has delayed capillary refill, a glazed stare, tachypnea, and tachycardia.

Pediatric SVT

Jerry, a 12-month-old infant, and has been brought into the ED by his parents. He has been fussy, crying all night, not been feeding well, and vomited once. Jerry is found to have a significantly elevated heart rate.

Pediatric Bronchiolitis

Seven month old Tania’s older sibling developed a cold four days prior and next day Tania had a running nose and a cough. Yesterday she did not eat or drink much and this morning she had some noisy breathing.

Pediatric Asthma Exacerbation

Charlie Jansen, 7-year-old, has a known case of asthma. His three-days old cough is accompanied by wheezing and a worsening shortness of breath. The puffer is not helping and Charlie’s condition is getting worse.

Airway Management – TCCC

Due to an injury in combat, a soldier is suffering from an obstructed airway. Immediate measures must be taken to restore airway patency. As part of the team, take necessary steps towards airway management.

Hemorrhage Control – TCCC

A fellow soldier has suffered a serious injury in combat. Immediate hemorrhage control measures must be taken to save his life. Take steps to control his bleeding till dedicated medical attention can be made available.

TPN Administration

Carolina Bell, 68, has been facing difficulty in oral intake of nutrition. Her doctor has ordered some IV nutrition. Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) will be administered to Central line access for this purpose.

Mini Infusion Pump

Edna Thornton is 68 years old and is suffering from a constant sharp pain in the middle of her back. Her doctor has prescribed medication to alleviate her pain which is to be administered using a mini infusion pump.

IV Push Medication

Naomi Williams, 42, is nauseous with no improvement. She has a normal saline 1liter bag running through a regular IV pump at 100mls/hr. To provide relief to Naomi, Ondansetron 4mg IV push has been prescribed by the doctor.

Transdermal Medication Administration

Joseph Walker, 62, is in the emergency room with chest pain. He is feeling a heavy pain on the left side of his chest. It seems to be going up to his neck. The doctor has prescribed him a transdermal medication.

Nebulizer Medication Administration

Ethan More, 66, is having trouble breathing. An examination reveals wheezing in both lungs. He needs to be administered nebulizer medication of a bronchodilator to open his lung passages and make it easier for him to breathe.

Topical Medication Administration

Twenty-three-year-old Haley Anderson is visiting the emergency room as she has developed an extremely itchy rash on her arms. The doctor has prescribed a topical medication as treatment.

IV Piggyback Administration

Sara William is 68 years old. Her doctor has ordered to start her on antibiotics using the IV Piggyback Administration. Sara already has a normal saline 1liter bag running through a regular IV pump at 100mls/hr.

Intramuscular Injection

Seventy-two year old Sharon Johnson is visiting for a flu shot which is an intramuscular injection. Administering an IM injection requires skill and caution as a slight error can lead to serious complications.

Intradermal Injection

Lisa is 38 years old and she is visiting for a for a tuberculosis skin test. The process involves performing an intradermal injection procedure to inject tuberculin in the lower part of the arm.

Subcutaneous Injection

Francisco Martinez, 72-years-old, is afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis. He has been prescribed an Enbrel shot, a subcutaneous injection to be administered somewhere on the back of the arm, inner thigh or abdomen area.

Eye Medications

Sixty-eight year old Edna Thornton requires an eye drop administration. She has been prescribed steroids by her doctor to help calm the redness and itchiness caused due to allergies.

Bougie Intubation

Bougie intubation is performed to establish airway patency in patients with compromised airways. It involves inserting a Bougie into the glottis to facilitate insertion of an endotracheal tube.

Supraglottic Airway

Supraglottic Airways are devices that are inserted into a patient’s pharynx to keep the upper airway open and facilitate unobstructed ventilation.

Nasal Airways

Nasal Airways or NPA are airway adjuncts inserted into an unconscious or minimally responsive patient’s nose to maintain airway patency. This is done to prevent the tongue from covering the epiglottis.

Surgical Airway

Surgical airway management or cricothyroidotomy is done to establish an airway in cases of extreme urgency to secure an airway. It is considered the quickest method to obtain a sub-laryngeal airway.

Fiberoptic Intubation

Fiberoptic intubation is employed towards establishing airway access in both anticipated and unanticipated difficult airways. A flexible endoscope is passed through the glottis with a tracheal tube loaded along its length.

Needle Cricothyroidotomy

Needle Cricothyroidotomy is performed to oxygenate a patient in situations of severe hypoxia and respiratory failure. It involves passing a catheter through the cricothyroid membrane, using a catheter-over-needle device.

Endotracheal Intubation

Kevin is a 47-year-old male with a serious case of pneumonia. He has been admitted with breathing difficulty and must be intubated. This is a delicate process that involves passing a tube into a person’s airway.

Abdominal Pain

David is suffering abdominal discomfort for the past three days. He’s had a 100F fever with a cramping pain in his belly. He does not have any shortness of breath but he feels nauseous with an urge to vomit.

Lumbar Puncture

This could be a case of meningitis. To establish a definitive diagnosis a lumbar puncture procedure will be performed. It involves drawing cerebrospinal fluid from the spinal canal of the lower back region.

Chest Tube Insertion

Juan is a 48-year-old male who suffers shortness of breath and right-sided chest pain on inspiration. An x-ray was ordered that showed a right pneumothorax. The patient will need a chest tube insertion.

CVC Insertion – Advanced

Jacob, 52-year-old male patient, is admitted for an infection and has antibiotics ordered. IV access has been tried numerous times without success. The attending physician has ordered a central venous catheter placement.

Tracheostomy Care

Fifty-seven-year-old Patrick has had to undergo a tracheostomy procedure due to an infection in his epiglottis. The success of the surgery largely depends upon the post-procedural care for which nurses need adequate training.

Colostomy Care

Caring for a colostomy patient includes tasks like emptying and changing the colostomy bag, cleaning the stoma, and applying adhesive wafer. All this has to be performed keeping in mind the comfort and safety of the patient.

CLABSI Prevention

CLABSI is completely preventable if strict protocol is adhered to. With adequate training, healthcare professionals can adopt preventive measures at every step of an insertion procedure to maintain a CLABSI-free insertion.

PICC Removal

Performing a PICC removal in a virtually simulated environment with a virtual patient provides nurses practice in the procedure and helps them identify the nature of problems they may encounter in real-life scenarios.

Burn Wound Care

Elizabeth Clark is a 38-year-old female who has suffered burn injury about a week back. Walking with a stock pot of hot Alfredo sauce, she accidentally hit her elbow against a rack and caused the sauce to splash onto her arm.

PICC Insertion

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) is an intravenous catheter guided through the vein to reach the tip of the superior vena cava, a vein that carries blood to the heart.

Bone Marrow Biopsy & Aspiration

For bone marrow aspiration, a small portion of fluid is withdrawn from the marrow using a Jamshidi aspiration needle. For biopsy, a small section of the solid marrow is extracted for medical examination purposes.

Foley Catheter Insertion – Female

Urinary catheterization is a core nursing procedure that involves introducing a thin, long, flexible sterile tube into a patient’s bladder through the urethra in order to drain urine.

CVC Insertion – Assistance

CV catheters are essential in treating several conditions and prove useful in obtaining information like right ventricular preload, cardiovascular status and fluid balance in patients.

Oral Airway Insertion

Oral Airways or OPAs are airway adjuncts inserted into an unconscious or minimally responsive patient’s mouth. This is done to maintain airway patency by preventing the tongue from covering the epiglottis.

Domestic Violence Assessment

Lily is married to Paul and has two small children. On a visit to her doctor, she had indicated being in a domestic violence relationship. Lily does not want her abusive relationship to affect them.

Lateral Canthotomy

Marvin Jones, 21-years-old, was involved in a motor vehicle collision. He has suffered blunt force and facial injuries. You need to check the IOP using a tonometer, and if required, perform a lateral canthotomy.

Crashing on a Ventilator

This unconscious patient has recently been intubated and is on ventilator. You suddenly notice his blood pressure and oxygen level plummeting. You need to act fast as the patient is crashing on the ventilator.

Beta Blocker Toxicity

Shawn, a 50-year-old male, has impulsively taken the entire bottle of metoprolol. The estimated ingestion is of 100 x 50 mg tablets (5000 mg) approximately 45 minutes prior to presentation.

Massive Hemoptysis

Akito Tanaka, a 63-year-old male, is brought into the emergency department with symptoms consistent with COPD exacerbation. He has a former smoking history, COPD on home O2, and is on anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation.

Aortic Dissection

Antonio Garcia, 49 years old, and has chest pain and abdominal pain. Symptoms started 2 hours ago with abdominal pain that was sudden in onset, diffuse, crampy, 10 on 10. This then travelled up into his chest.

MVC with Tension Pneumothorax

James Anderson, 40 years old, was the driver in a single vehicle collision at highway speed. He has an obvious open fracture of his left forearm and decreased air entry to the right of his chest.

Anaphylaxis

Kevin Shaw, 65-year-old, has developed a rash and nausea shortly after starting an IV dose of tazocin. Kevin was admitted for treatment of a diabetic foot infection that has been progressing despite oral antibiotics.

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Joseph Taylor, 50 years old, while lifting weights at the gym, complained of a sudden headache and soon fell to the ground. He’s suffered an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).

Hyperkalemia

Doug Smith, 62-year-old male, was awaiting discharge but was noted to be hypokalemic on labs. Due to clerical error he has been administered 10 times the recommended dose of KCl 10mEq in 100cc NS bolus.

Pulmonary Embolism

Joanne Black is diagnosed with ovarian cancer and is receiving chemotherapy. Surgery is planned for the next day. Around 4 hours after blood transfusion she started developing shortness of breath and central chest discomfort.

Patient Safety – Room Preparation

You have been entrusted with the task to prepare a patient room for a patient at risk for self-harm. Review the room environment and ensure that all objects of potential risk are removed or placed in inaccessible locations.

Seizure

John Wright, 67-year-old male, has suffered a generalized seizure. Initially, he appears somnolent and cannot respond to questions. His respirations are sonorous and although his airway seems patent, there is blood in his mouth.

Suicidal Ideation

Thomas is 27-years-old. He is visiting because he is scared of his own thoughts and is upset about the way he has been feeling mentally. He admits to having suicidal thoughts and has also considered ways to kill himself.

Urologic Sepsis

Stephanie, a 59 year old female, has a worsening left flank pain, nausea, and decreased PO intake. She has a 7-day history of dysuria, urinary frequency, and fever preceded by an intermittent left flank pain.

Pneumonia

Jim Smith, 64 years old male, was admitted 3 days ago. He has difficulty breathing and an increasing productive cough. Jim has been diagnosed with a community acquired pneumonia and started on Moxifloxacin 400mg IV daily.

Bradycardia

A middle-aged patient is feeling dizzy and weak the team must perform an assessment using SAMPLE and OPQRST. Recognizing a heart block, they should ensure IV access, prepare, and perform pacing before calling for cardiology.

Tachycardia

A 54-year old male with ventricular tachycardia needs to be assessed using SAMPLE and OPQRST. The learner must recognize the rhythm and institute appropriate work-up and management including electrical cardioversion.

Cardiac Arrest

When a 54-year-old man is found to be unresponsive, the respondent will have to call for help and perform initial assessment. The team members will prepare the patient for CPR and administer appropriate medication.

Head-to-toe Assessment

Mike is a 42-year-old corporate executive. He is having an outpatient surgery procedure. As a routine procedure, prior to the surgery, the outpatient surgery nurse must perform a head-to-toe assessment.

IUD Insertion – Liletta

Stephanie Cruz, 31-year-old female, is here to get an IUD insertion. An IUD or intrauterine device is an effective contraceptive chosen by many women.

ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

A 54-year old male is suffering a chest pain. An EKG must be performed as this could be a case of ST elevation myocardial infarction. Subsequently proper medication must be given and interventional cardiology team activated.

IV Infiltration

You are a nurse in the pediatric department and have to place an IV in a five-month old baby boy. IV insertions in infants can be difficult and may lead to complications like infiltration and extravasation.

IV Insertion and Removal

Clark, a 51-year-old male, requires an IV insertion as a pre-operative measure. As a nurse, your job is to place the IV correctly and as painlessly as possible. You will also have to remove the IV at the end of the treatment.

Staple Removal

Jennifer Brown is visiting the physician’s office for a staple removal procedure ten days after she had an excision of squamous cell carcinoma. The incision is three inches long with seven staples on the right lower leg.

Skin Adhesive Placement

Robert Garcia is a 57-year old male who has suffered a laceration on his forehead. He is waiting for a skin adhesive placement procedure.

NG Tube Insertion

Jason, a 45-year-old male has recently undergone an abdominal surgery. As a postoperative procedure, his doctor has suggested an NG tube insertion to administer medication and nutrients, and facilitate gastric lavage.

Patient Rounding

Edward Brown is 71 years old. His medical history shows congestive heart failure, hypertension, diabetes mellitus type 2, GERD, and hepatitis C. During a patient rounding, it is essential to ask him the correct questions.

Radial Pulse

Marcus Johnson, 53-year-old male, is in the emergency room for a checkup as he was feeling short of breath. As a preliminary checkup procedure, his radial pulse will have to be read.

Apical Pulse Assessment

Sixty-three-year-old Mr. Parsons has been experiencing shortness of breath for the past couple of days. He has also been experiencing a ‘fluttering feeling’ in his chest. Mr. Parsons is here for a check-up about his problem.

Psychosocial Assessment

Lucas grew up in a troubled environment. He had a depressed mother, was mostly on his own and barely had enough. As an adult he is facing stress management issues and takes to alcohol as a coping mechanism.

Patient Consent

William is 57 years old. He has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and was hospitalized during a psychotic episode. William is now stable and has been recommended group counselling to help manage his mental health.

Phlebotomy

In this VR training, learners are provided with equipment like needles, tubes, lancets, blood collection devices, sample labeling material and gauze to bandage the puncture site to provide a realistic phlebotomy experience.

Sex Offender Assessment

Forty-three-year-old Harry is a convicted sex offender. He has recently been released after serving a term of seven years. Harry wants to correct his pro-offending thoughts, beliefs and behavior and change for the better.

Hypertension

Andrew works as an accountant in a office. He leads a relatively idle lifestyle with extended hours behind the desk and regular takeaway meals. Recently, he has been getting headaches which are not getting any better.

Gout

Roberto is 47 years old and has come in with a severe pain in his right toe. He has never had this kind of pain before and has not even injured his toe recently.

Memory Loss Assessment

Margaret, 49 years old, is at the neurologist’s clinic for a memory loss assessment. Margaret accepts that she is a little forgetful lately but considers this to be a normal thing. She is very anxious about her appointment.

Osteoarthritis

Billy Crudup, 56-years-old, is seeking care for a left knee pain that flared up three days ago. He does not remember having suffered any injury to his knee. It’s a dull and constant pain that gets worse on walking.

Pediatric ADHD Assessment

Seven year old Billy is overly hyperactive and rarely able to sit still. He is often fidgety and finds it difficult to stay focused. Billy’s teacher pointed out his restless behavior to his parents in a recent meeting.

PTSD Assessment

Mark is a 32-year-old male who has been in a car accident about a month ago. He does not remember the details but gets agitated and anxious at the mere thought of it and often wakes up from his sleep in a traumatized state.

Diabetes Assessment

Shyanne, 34 years old, is suffering from frequent vaginal yeast infections for over a year. Her water intake has gone up significantly since she is often feeling thirsty during the day and washroom visits have increased.

Herniated Disc Assessment

Janet, 42 years old, started experiencing a pain in her left leg the previous night. It started all of a sudden and starts from her left buttock going all the way down to her left toe. She does not remember getting hurt.

Intake Client Interview

Kate in a 38-year-old woman displaying strong urges to committing self-harm. She accepts having cut herself once and burned herself. The first incident occurred sometime in her early teens and the last one was a year back.

IUD Insertion – ParaGard

Stephanie Cruz is 31 years old and is here for a ParaGard insertion. ParaGard IUD insertion is a copper IUD that can prevent pregnancy for up to 10 years and is a preferred means of birth control by many women.

EKG

Thirty-eight-year-old Paul Anderson requires an EKG examination. To ensure a correct reading, leads and electrodes will have to be placed in precise locations.

Lower Extremity Pulses

Marcus Johnson is 53 years old. Since two days, he has been experiencing shortness of breath, a fluttering feeling in his chest and swelling in his legs. His symptoms call for an assessment of his lower extremity pulses.

Right Sided EKG

Jacob Jones is 34 years old and he has a right sided myocardial infarction. Jacob’s heart, unlike most people, is positioned on the right side of his chest. Due to this condition, he needs a right sided EKG examination.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Alethea, 46 years old female, lives in South Carolina with her husband Robert feels extremely tired during the day. Her husband says she snores loudly and sometimes it seems like she stops breathing for a couple of seconds.

Taking Sexual History with 5Ps

Twenty-one-year-old Tracy is at the emergency department for pelvic pain and genital lesions. She has an active sexual life. She uses protection sometimes and has had sex with partners who use injectable drugs.

Dissociative Identity Disorder Assessment

Jack, 31-year-old male, realizes that he tends to forget things. Driving from one place to the other, he can’t recall what happened during his drive. At times, when talking to someone, he misses out part of the conversation.

Respiratory Function Assessment

Fifty-one-year-old Henry Joseph has been experiencing shortness of breath since the past two days. His respiration and chest movements need to assessed along with his anterior and posterior lung sounds.

Head-to-toe Assessment

Mike is a 42-year-old corporate executive. He is having an outpatient surgery procedure. As a routine procedure, prior to the surgery, the outpatient surgery nurse must perform a head-to-toe assessment.

IUD Insertion – Liletta

Stephanie Cruz, 31-year-old female, is here to get an IUD insertion. An IUD or intrauterine device is an effective contraceptive chosen by many women.

IV Infiltration

You are a nurse in the pediatric department and have to place an IV in a five-month old baby boy. IV insertions in infants can be difficult and may lead to complications like infiltration and extravasation.

IV Insertion and Removal

Clark, a 51-year-old male, requires an IV insertion as a pre-operative measure. As a nurse, your job is to place the IV correctly and as painlessly as possible. You will also have to remove the IV at the end of the treatment.

Staple Removal

Jennifer Brown is visiting the physician’s office for a staple removal procedure ten days after she had an excision of squamous cell carcinoma. The incision is three inches long with seven staples on the right lower leg.

Skin Adhesive Placement

Robert Garcia is a 57-year old male who has suffered a laceration on his forehead. He is waiting for a skin adhesive placement procedure.

NG Tube Insertion

Jason, a 45-year-old male has recently undergone an abdominal surgery. As a postoperative procedure, his doctor has suggested an NG tube insertion to administer medication and nutrients, and facilitate gastric lavage.

Patient Rounding

Edward Brown is 71 years old. His medical history shows congestive heart failure, hypertension, diabetes mellitus type 2, GERD, and hepatitis C. During a patient rounding, it is essential to ask him the correct questions.

Radial Pulse

Marcus Johnson, 53-year-old male, is in the emergency room for a checkup as he was feeling short of breath. As a preliminary checkup procedure, his radial pulse will have to be read.

Apical Pulse Assessment

Sixty-three-year-old Mr. Parsons has been experiencing shortness of breath for the past couple of days. He has also been experiencing a ‘fluttering feeling’ in his chest. Mr. Parsons is here for a check-up about his problem.

IUD Insertion – ParaGard

Stephanie Cruz is 31 years old and is here for a ParaGard insertion. ParaGard IUD insertion is a copper IUD that can prevent pregnancy for up to 10 years and is a preferred means of birth control by many women.

EKG

Thirty-eight-year-old Paul Anderson requires an EKG examination. To ensure a correct reading, leads and electrodes will have to be placed in precise locations.

Lower Extremity Pulses

Marcus Johnson is 53 years old. Since two days, he has been experiencing shortness of breath, a fluttering feeling in his chest and swelling in his legs. His symptoms call for an assessment of his lower extremity pulses.

Right Sided EKG

Jacob Jones is 34 years old and he has a right sided myocardial infarction. Jacob’s heart, unlike most people, is positioned on the right side of his chest. Due to this condition, he needs a right sided EKG examination.

Lateral Canthotomy

Marvin Jones, 21-years-old, was involved in a motor vehicle collision. He has suffered blunt force and facial injuries. You need to check the IOP using a tonometer, and if required, perform a lateral canthotomy.

Crashing on a Ventilator

This unconscious patient has recently been intubated and is on ventilator. You suddenly notice his blood pressure and oxygen level plummeting. You need to act fast as the patient is crashing on the ventilator.

Beta Blocker Toxicity

Shawn, a 50-year-old male, has impulsively taken the entire bottle of metoprolol. The estimated ingestion is of 100 x 50 mg tablets (5000 mg) approximately 45 minutes prior to presentation.

Massive Hemoptysis

Akito Tanaka, a 63-year-old male, is brought into the emergency department with symptoms consistent with COPD exacerbation. He has a former smoking history, COPD on home O2, and is on anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation.

Aortic Dissection

Antonio Garcia, 49 years old, and has chest pain and abdominal pain. Symptoms started 2 hours ago with abdominal pain that was sudden in onset, diffuse, crampy, 10 on 10. This then travelled up into his chest.

MVC with Tension Pneumothorax

James Anderson, 40 years old, was the driver in a single vehicle collision at highway speed. He has an obvious open fracture of his left forearm and decreased air entry to the right of his chest.

Anaphylaxis

Kevin Shaw, 65-year-old, has developed a rash and nausea shortly after starting an IV dose of tazocin. Kevin was admitted for treatment of a diabetic foot infection that has been progressing despite oral antibiotics.

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Joseph Taylor, 50 years old, while lifting weights at the gym, complained of a sudden headache and soon fell to the ground. He’s suffered an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).

Hyperkalemia

Doug Smith, 62-year-old male, was awaiting discharge but was noted to be hypokalemic on labs. Due to clerical error he has been administered 10 times the recommended dose of KCl 10mEq in 100cc NS bolus.

Pulmonary Embolism

Joanne Black is diagnosed with ovarian cancer and is receiving chemotherapy. Surgery is planned for the next day. Around 4 hours after blood transfusion she started developing shortness of breath and central chest discomfort.

Patient Safety – Room Preparation

You have been entrusted with the task to prepare a patient room for a patient at risk for self-harm. Review the room environment and ensure that all objects of potential risk are removed or placed in inaccessible locations.

Seizure

John Wright, 67-year-old male, has suffered a generalized seizure. Initially, he appears somnolent and cannot respond to questions. His respirations are sonorous and although his airway seems patent, there is blood in his mouth.

Urologic Sepsis

Stephanie, a 59 year old female, has a worsening left flank pain, nausea, and decreased PO intake. She has a 7-day history of dysuria, urinary frequency, and fever preceded by an intermittent left flank pain.

Pneumonia

Jim Smith, 64 years old male, was admitted 3 days ago. He has difficulty breathing and an increasing productive cough. Jim has been diagnosed with a community acquired pneumonia and started on Moxifloxacin 400mg IV daily.

Bradycardia

A middle-aged patient is feeling dizzy and weak the team must perform an assessment using SAMPLE and OPQRST. Recognizing a heart block, they should ensure IV access, prepare, and perform pacing before calling for cardiology.

Tachycardia

A 54-year old male with ventricular tachycardia needs to be assessed using SAMPLE and OPQRST. The learner must recognize the rhythm and institute appropriate work-up and management including electrical cardioversion.

Cardiac Arrest

When a 54-year-old man is found to be unresponsive, the respondent will have to call for help and perform initial assessment. The team members will prepare the patient for CPR and administer appropriate medication.

ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

A 54-year old male is suffering a chest pain. An EKG must be performed as this could be a case of ST elevation myocardial infarction. Subsequently proper medication must be given and interventional cardiology team activated.

Paracentesis

Paracentesis refers to a body fluid sampling procedure in which a needle or catheter is inserted in the peritoneal cavity to obtain ascitic fluid. This could be for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.

Lumbar Puncture

This could be a case of meningitis. To establish a definitive diagnosis a lumbar puncture procedure will be performed. It involves drawing cerebrospinal fluid from the spinal canal of the lower back region.

Chest Tube Insertion

Juan is a 48-year-old male who suffers shortness of breath and right-sided chest pain on inspiration. An x-ray was ordered that showed a right pneumothorax. The patient will need a chest tube insertion.

CVC Insertion – Advanced

Jacob, 52-year-old male patient, is admitted for an infection and has antibiotics ordered. IV access has been tried numerous times without success. The attending physician has ordered a central venous catheter placement.

Tracheostomy Care

Fifty-seven-year-old Patrick has had to undergo a tracheostomy procedure due to an infection in his epiglottis. The success of the surgery largely depends upon the post-procedural care for which nurses need adequate training.

Colostomy Care

Caring for a colostomy patient includes tasks like emptying and changing the colostomy bag, cleaning the stoma, and applying adhesive wafer. All this has to be performed keeping in mind the comfort and safety of the patient.

CLABSI Prevention

CLABSI is completely preventable if strict protocol is adhered to. With adequate training, healthcare professionals can adopt preventive measures at every step of an insertion procedure to maintain a CLABSI-free insertion.

PICC Removal

Performing a PICC removal in a virtually simulated environment with a virtual patient provides nurses practice in the procedure and helps them identify the nature of problems they may encounter in real-life scenarios.

Burn Wound Care

Elizabeth Clark is a 38-year-old female who has suffered burn injury about a week back. Walking with a stock pot of hot Alfredo sauce, she accidentally hit her elbow against a rack and caused the sauce to splash onto her arm.

PICC Insertion

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) is an intravenous catheter guided through the vein to reach the tip of the superior vena cava, a vein that carries blood to the heart.

Bone Marrow Biopsy & Aspiration

For bone marrow aspiration, a small portion of fluid is withdrawn from the marrow using a Jamshidi aspiration needle. For biopsy, a small section of the solid marrow is extracted for medical examination purposes.

Foley Catheter Insertion – Female

Urinary catheterization is a core nursing procedure that involves introducing a thin, long, flexible sterile tube into a patient’s bladder through the urethra in order to drain urine.

CVC Insertion – Assistance

CV catheters are essential in treating several conditions and prove useful in obtaining information like right ventricular preload, cardiovascular status and fluid balance in patients.

Difficult Airway

The patient is brought into emergency with a compromised airway. When intubation and supraglottic airway methods fail, cricothyroidotomy is performed to secure oxygenation and ventilation.

Bougie Intubation

Bougie intubation is performed to establish airway patency in patients with compromised airways. It involves inserting a Bougie into the glottis to facilitate insertion of an endotracheal tube.

Supraglottic Airway

Supraglottic Airways are devices that are inserted into a patient’s pharynx to keep the upper airway open and facilitate unobstructed ventilation.

Nasal Airways

Nasal Airways or NPA are airway adjuncts inserted into an unconscious or minimally responsive patient’s nose to maintain airway patency. This is done to prevent the tongue from covering the epiglottis.

Surgical Airway

Surgical airway management or cricothyroidotomy is done to establish an airway in cases of extreme urgency to secure an airway. It is considered the quickest method to obtain a sub-laryngeal airway.

Fiberoptic Intubation

Fiberoptic intubation is employed towards establishing airway access in both anticipated and unanticipated difficult airways. A flexible endoscope is passed through the glottis with a tracheal tube loaded along its length.

Needle Cricothyroidotomy

Needle Cricothyroidotomy is performed to oxygenate a patient in situations of severe hypoxia and respiratory failure. It involves passing a catheter through the cricothyroid membrane, using a catheter-over-needle device.

Endotracheal Intubation

Kevin is a 47-year-old male with a serious case of pneumonia. He has been admitted with breathing difficulty and must be intubated. This is a delicate process that involves passing a tube into a person’s airway.

Oral Airway Insertion

Oral Airways or OPAs are airway adjuncts inserted into an unconscious or minimally responsive patient’s mouth. This is done to maintain airway patency by preventing the tongue from covering the epiglottis.

Dental Block

A dental block procedure is another name for anesthetizing that particular area of the mouth that needs some dental procedure. Learners practice this procedure in a safe virtual environment with a virtual patient.

TPN Administration

Carolina Bell, 68, has been facing difficulty in oral intake of nutrition. Her doctor has ordered some IV nutrition. Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) will be administered to Central line access for this purpose.

Mini Infusion Pump

Edna Thornton is 68 years old and is suffering from a constant sharp pain in the middle of her back. Her doctor has prescribed medication to alleviate her pain which is to be administered using a mini infusion pump.

IV Push Medication

Naomi Williams, 42, is nauseous with no improvement. She has a normal saline 1liter bag running through a regular IV pump at 100mls/hr. To provide relief to Naomi, Ondansetron 4mg IV push has been prescribed by the doctor.

Transdermal Medication Administration

Joseph Walker, 62, is in the emergency room with chest pain. He is feeling a heavy pain on the left side of his chest. It seems to be going up to his neck. The doctor has prescribed him a transdermal medication.

Nebulizer Medication Administration

Ethan More, 66, is having trouble breathing. An examination reveals wheezing in both lungs. He needs to be administered nebulizer medication of a bronchodilator to open his lung passages and make it easier for him to breathe.

Topical Medication Administration

Twenty-three-year-old Haley Anderson is visiting the emergency room as she has developed an extremely itchy rash on her arms. The doctor has prescribed a topical medication as treatment.

IV Piggyback Administration

Sara William is 68 years old. Her doctor has ordered to start her on antibiotics using the IV Piggyback Administration. Sara already has a normal saline 1liter bag running through a regular IV pump at 100mls/hr.

Intramuscular Injection

Seventy-two year old Sharon Johnson is visiting for a flu shot which is an intramuscular injection. Administering an IM injection requires skill and caution as a slight error can lead to serious complications.

Intradermal Injection

Lisa is 38 years old and she is visiting for a for a tuberculosis skin test. The process involves performing an intradermal injection procedure to inject tuberculin in the lower part of the arm.

Subcutaneous Injection

Francisco Martinez, 72-years-old, is afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis. He has been prescribed an Enbrel shot, a subcutaneous injection to be administered somewhere on the back of the arm, inner thigh or abdomen area.

Eye Medications

Sixty-eight year old Edna Thornton requires an eye drop administration. She has been prescribed steroids by her doctor to help calm the redness and itchiness caused due to allergies.

Airway Management – TCCC

Due to an injury in combat, a soldier is suffering from an obstructed airway. Immediate measures must be taken to restore airway patency. As part of the team, take necessary steps towards airway management.

Hemorrhage Control – TCCC

A fellow soldier has suffered a serious injury in combat. Immediate hemorrhage control measures must be taken to save his life. Take steps to control his bleeding till dedicated medical attention can be made available.

Pediatric Intraosseous Infusion

Pediatric intraosseous infusion is initiated when vascular access is required emergently but is difficult to achieve via peripheral vain. Compared to adults, the level of care required is greater for pediatric patients.

Pediatric DKA

Anna is in the ED unwell with abdominal pain and vomiting. She has received a 20cc/kg bolus for initial hypotension and an insulin bolus of 8 units. EMS lost the IV en route, and the patient is now more somnolent in the ED.

Pediatric Anaphylaxis

Kevin, 7, is known to be allergic to peanuts. Ten minutes after eating a cake, he developed wheeze, shortness of breath and rash. His mother administered his epinephrine auto-injector and called EMS.

Pediatric Septic Shock

Olivia, 4, is in ED as she is lethargic and “not herself”. She has had a fever and cough for the past three days. On arrival she looks toxic, has delayed capillary refill, a glazed stare, tachypnea, and tachycardia.

Pediatric SVT

Jerry, a 12-month-old infant, and has been brought into the ED by his parents. He has been fussy, crying all night, not been feeding well, and vomited once. Jerry is found to have a significantly elevated heart rate.

Pediatric Bronchiolitis

Seven month old Tania’s older sibling developed a cold four days prior and next day Tania had a running nose and a cough. Yesterday she did not eat or drink much and this morning she had some noisy breathing.

Pediatric Asthma Exacerbation

Charlie Jansen, 7-year-old, has a known case of asthma. His three-days old cough is accompanied by wheezing and a worsening shortness of breath. The puffer is not helping and Charlie’s condition is getting worse.

Veteran Assessment

John is 34 years old. After having served in a war, he was discharged from the military two months back. Ever since he’s returned home, he’s been feeling anxious and agitated, get upset easily and has terrible mood swings.

Substance Use Disorder

The Stages of Change Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment VR program focuses on working with participants to develop skills necessary to create a positive and productive intervention for those early in SUD treatment.

Mental Health Assessment

Lucia Moreno, 22 years old, has been admitted into the psychiatric unit for severe depression. She stopped seeing a therapist but is taking her medication. She is not suicidal but doesn’t mind not waking up in the morning.

Domestic Violence Assessment

Lily is married to Paul and has two small children. On a visit to her doctor, she had indicated being in a domestic violence relationship. Lily does not want her abusive relationship to affect them.

Suicidal Ideation

Thomas is 27-years-old. He is visiting because he is scared of his own thoughts and is upset about the way he has been feeling mentally. He admits to having suicidal thoughts and has also considered ways to kill himself.

Psychosocial Assessment

Lucas grew up in a troubled environment. He had a depressed mother, was mostly on his own and barely had enough. As an adult he is facing stress management issues and takes to alcohol as a coping mechanism.

Patient Consent

William is 57 years old. He has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and was hospitalized during a psychotic episode. William is now stable and has been recommended group counselling to help manage his mental health.

Sex Offender Assessment

Forty-three-year-old Harry is a convicted sex offender. He has recently been released after serving a term of seven years. Harry wants to correct his pro-offending thoughts, beliefs and behavior and change for the better.

Memory Loss Assessment

Margaret, 49 years old, is at the neurologist’s clinic for a memory loss assessment. Margaret accepts that she is a little forgetful lately but considers this to be a normal thing. She is very anxious about her appointment.

Pediatric ADHD Assessment

Seven year old Billy is overly hyperactive and rarely able to sit still. He is often fidgety and finds it difficult to stay focused. Billy’s teacher pointed out his restless behavior to his parents in a recent meeting.

PTSD Assessment

Mark is a 32-year-old male who has been in a car accident about a month ago. He does not remember the details but gets agitated and anxious at the mere thought of it and often wakes up from his sleep in a traumatized state.

Intake Client Interview

Kate in a 38-year-old woman displaying strong urges to committing self-harm. She accepts having cut herself once and burned herself. The first incident occurred sometime in her early teens and the last one was a year back.

Taking Sexual History with 5Ps

Twenty-one-year-old Tracy is at the emergency department for pelvic pain and genital lesions. She has an active sexual life. She uses protection sometimes and has had sex with partners who use injectable drugs.

Dissociative Identity Disorder Assessment

Jack, 31-year-old male, realizes that he tends to forget things. Driving from one place to the other, he can’t recall what happened during his drive. At times, when talking to someone, he misses out part of the conversation.

Postpartum Hemorrhage

PPH is a serious vaginal bleeding post childbirth. It can be life threatening if not identified and controlled in time. Healthcare professionals must be well-versed in recognizing the situation getting help in a timely manner.

Neonatal Resuscitation

This is a precipitous delivery. The mother thinks she is term and has no prenatal care history. The baby is limp, not breathing and no meconium staining is noted in the amniotic fluid.

Preeclampsia

Alice Jones, 20, delivered a baby five weeks ago. One week back she developed an upper abdominal pain and later had a headache and shortness of breath. Her pain has worsened, she is nauseous and has vomited once.

Shoulder Dystocia

A 30-year-old patient is G1 P0 at 40 weeks gestation. She has been pushing for one and half hours and is exhausted. The baby’s head delivers, and shoulder dystocia occurs.

Mass Shooting Triage

It is a case of a mass shooting at a mall. There could be multiple casualties and injured victims. It is imperative to conduct a triage. Tagging and sorting will ensure due attention is paid to those in need of emergency care.

EMS Anaphylaxis

Fifty-one-year-old Jason Smith was having breakfast at a restaurant when he developed an allergic reaction. He is struggling to breathe and has visible rashes on his body. The EMS was notified immediately.

Patient Assessment – Trauma

Jacob Smith, 38, is a construction worker who fell off a ladder, around 10 feet. He has suffered several injuries to his head and arm that need to be assessed and treated.

Chest Pain

Mark Willey is a 54-year-old male car mechanic with a history of hypertension and coronary artery disease. He began having chest pains about 6 hours ago while working in his garage.

EMS Triage

A fire broke out in a packed auditorium. First responders at the scene must conduct triage assessment during this mass casualty incident and identify correct triage level of victims.

Tachycardia – Paramedic

Connor is an 18 year old boy who experienced discomfort in his chest during a game of basketball and requested medical assistance. As a paramedic, visit the location with your team, examine Connor and take necessary steps.

Pediatric Intraosseous Infusion

Pediatric intraosseous infusion is initiated when vascular access is required emergently but is difficult to achieve via peripheral vain. Compared to adults, the level of care required is greater for pediatric patients.

Pediatric Asthma Exacerbation

Charlie Jansen, 7-year-old, has a known case of asthma. His three-days old cough is accompanied by wheezing and a worsening shortness of breath. The puffer is not helping and Charlie’s condition is getting worse.

Supraglottic Airway

Supraglottic Airways are devices that are inserted into a patient’s pharynx to keep the upper airway open and facilitate unobstructed ventilation.

Oral Airway Insertion

Oral Airways or OPAs are airway adjuncts inserted into an unconscious or minimally responsive patient’s mouth. This is done to maintain airway patency by preventing the tongue from covering the epiglottis.

Productive Cough, Shortness of Breath, and Fever

Thomas Brown is here for an evaluation of a productive cough and fever he’s had for the past few days with increasing shortness of breath.

GERD Assessment

Carlos, 36 years old, has recently been experiencing a sore throat and hoarseness. More of a discomfort than a pain. Soreness increases after he has a large meal or lies down after a meal. Spices and tomatoes make it worse.

Coughing Child

Joan is visiting a pediatric primary care clinician with her 2-year-old son Aiden to get help for his persistent cough, wheezing, and runny nose.

Abdominal Pain

David is suffering abdominal discomfort for the past three days. He’s had a 100F fever with a cramping pain in his belly. He does not have any shortness of breath but he feels nauseous with an urge to vomit.

Hypertension

Andrew works as an accountant in a office. He leads a relatively idle lifestyle with extended hours behind the desk and regular takeaway meals. Recently, he has been getting headaches which are not getting any better.

Gout

Roberto is 47 years old and has come in with a severe pain in his right toe. He has never had this kind of pain before and has not even injured his toe recently.

Osteoarthritis

Billy Crudup, 56-years-old, is seeking care for a left knee pain that flared up three days ago. He does not remember having suffered any injury to his knee. It’s a dull and constant pain that gets worse on walking.

Diabetes Assessment

Shyanne, 34 years old, is suffering from frequent vaginal yeast infections for over a year. Her water intake has gone up significantly since she is often feeling thirsty during the day and washroom visits have increased.

Herniated Disc Assessment

Janet, 42 years old, started experiencing a pain in her left leg the previous night. It started all of a sudden and starts from her left buttock going all the way down to her left toe. She does not remember getting hurt.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Alethea, 46 years old female, lives in South Carolina with her husband Robert feels extremely tired during the day. Her husband says she snores loudly and sometimes it seems like she stops breathing for a couple of seconds.

Achilles Tendon Repair

Achilles tendon repair surgery helps fix a damaged Achilles tendon. The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, and a ruptured or damaged tendon causes pain and swelling near the heel making movement difficult.

Pericardiocentesis

The Emergent Pericardiocentesis Simulator will guide the learner through the steps of an emergent pericardiocentesis with the intention of familiarizing electrophysiologists to this important, but rare procedure skillset.

Jones Fracture

Jones fracture refers to a fracture in the fifth metatarsal bone in the foot. This is the bone that connects the pinkie toe to the base of the foot. Surgery is one of the most effective ways to treat this fracture.

Simple Interrupted Suture

Jacob Smith is 40 years old. He was accidentally hit and now his wound needs to be closed using a simple interrupted suture. The procedure is a fairly simple one but requires precision.

Neuroma Excision

Neuroma excision refers to the surgical process of removing an enlarged nerve called a neuroma, or Morton’s neuroma. It occurs between the toes and causes a sharp pain that feels like stepping on a marble.

Digital Arthroplasty

Digital arthroplasty is one of the most common ways to correct hammer toes. It involves cutting affected ligaments and bones and using pins as fusion devices to bind together the cut bones.

S-ICD Implantation

Subcutaneous implantable cardioverter defibrillator or S-ICD implant involves the placement of an electronic medical device under the skin to prevent sudden cardiac complications.

Horizontal Suturing

Dylan Roberts, 34-year-old male, has suffered a laceration on his right knee due to an accident during a game of football. The wound is 3 cm long and requires 4-5 stitches. Horizontal suturing is required to close the wound.

Patient Room Cleaning

As part of the Patient Room Cleaning VR program, learners are introduced to a patient’s room and demonstrated the cleaning methods followed including high-risk touch points and the AIDET procedure.

Operating Room Cleaning

As part of this Operating Room Cleaning learning solution, training and assessment, learners are provided training and practice in procedures related to entering the room to cleaning and finally exiting.

ECG

The ECG procedure may not be difficult to perform but surely requires competence and accuracy. Each electrical current of the heart must be precisely traced as is helps in deciding upon the course of care and treatment.

Physical Therapy Aide

A Physical Therapy Aide must be well-trained in a range of skill-sets that help them perform their tasks with expertise. The patient should feel at ease working with the aide.

Surgical Attire & Hand Antisepsis

Surgical hand antisepsis is a routine process carried out before undertaking any invasive procedure. The purpose of the hand antisepsis is to destroy and prevent the growth of micro-organisms.

Central Sterile Processing

Sterilization of medical and surgical instruments is a significant process that helps prevent the spread of pathogens. This calls for thorough training for personnel working in the Central Service Department.

Phlebotomy

In this VR training, learners are provided with equipment like needles, tubes, lancets, blood collection devices, sample labeling material and gauze to bandage the puncture site to provide a realistic phlebotomy experience.