Nasco Healthcare Releases New 2017-2018 Healthcare Catalog

Fort Atkinson, WI - The 2017-2018 Healthcare catalog, featuring Life/form® and Simulaids highly specialized skills trainers, manikins, and simulators for Nursing and Medical, EMS, Fire, and Rescue, is now available from Nasco Healthcare in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and Saugerties, New York. The 252-page catalog includes Nasco Healthcare’s Life/form® and Simulaids lines, as well as many other teaching aids and models of outstanding quality. The catalog’s major emphasis is to provide more effective training tools for educators to train their students, who are facing an increasingly demanding work environment that requires confidence and problem-solving skills. The catalog features new innovative Nasco Healthcare products, including ALEX — The Patient Communication Simulator (PCS), the first integration of Artificial Intelligence in hi-fidelity simulation that allows students to engage and interact in real time with the patient simulator. Satisfy NRP 7th Edition training requirements with C.H.A.R.L.I.E. the Neonatal Resuscitation Simulator. The mobile VausSim ultrasound trainer is now available on SMART STAT. There are also enhanced pre-partum cervix presentations on the SMART Mom auto delivery hi-fidelity simulators. These new products change the face of simulation and are part of a wider Nasco Healthcare effort to bring meaningful change to how you train in 2017 and beyond. The catalog continues to offer products for advanced injection an...
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