Go into the operating room with greater confidence
Transform your patient care with our training tool.
What is Sim&Train
Sim&Train is our dedicated solution that recreates real-life conditions of the operating theater to help with physician’s education, training, and patient-specific rehearsal.
A plug-and-play station, user friendly and portable.
3D printed models based on patient’s images showing specific neurovascular anatomies
Visualization of 3D printed artery models thanks to an innovative body-like station.
Compatible with our proprietary technology Sim&Size™.
By placing clinicians in conditions representing real life situations, Sim&Train helps in practicing surgical approach and to experience the ease of using Sim&Size™ during an operation.
An innovative body-like station which replicates patient anatomy and their brain aneurysm for better treatment.
Use in Cath-lab and non-sterile laboratory environment.
Compact and portable
3D printed replica of the patient aneurysm.
Aneurysm models available on shelf and also can be printed on demand for unique cases.
Full compatibility and ease of use with medical tools allowing you to practice medical device manipulation.
Contrast Agent Compatible
How You Benefit
Sim&Train training system aids fitting neurovascular implantable devices.
Sim&Train contributes to define work incidences and perform sizing by improving gesture.
Sim&Train recreates the real-life conditions of the operating theater and enhances confidence in the procedure by three minimal but key actions:
How does it Work
Sim&Train’s Bluetooth controlled pump module mimics the ICA (Internal Carotid Artery) blood flow in terms of both the flow rate and the temperature helping achieve a true to life simulation for the practitioner.
Let now us see Sim&Train workflow in a few easy and accessible steps!
Note: Sim&Train is not medical a device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition. These products have been specifically designed for training and their safety and effectiveness as medical devices have not been demonstrated.