Veterinary Simulator Industries – Shoulder Dystocia Simulator
To remind us how simulation is expanding rapidly into a number of different academic industries, today a video demonstrating a Hereford model dystocia simulator by Dr. Gord Krebs of The University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, a product from Vet Simulator Industries.
The application of a wench device is necessary to help when there is a dystocia, which I think anyone would agree would be best to practice first on a mid fidelity simulator before performing a live procedure. Kinda makes you realize we aren’t alone in our little world of using healthcare simulators!
About Vet Simulator Industries
Veterinary Simulator Industries Ltd. creates animal simulators that allow veterinary students to become proficient in their diagnostic and practical skills without the need to endanger or cause unnecessary discomfort to live animals. Our simulators are designed with a unique partnership between professional designer/fabricators and veterinary professionals to create teaching tools that are realistic in appearance, highly functional, utilize durable materials and meet the needs of veterinary students and teachers. All VSI products are designed, crafted and manufactured in Canada.
There are a number of other videos there including a calf birth simulator with bovine dystocia, breech birth, and even a milking simulator! Check out the other Vet Simulator videos here.
Visit the Vet Simulator Industries Website to learn more and have a great weekend!