Military - Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Solution

The Virtual Patient Interactive Trainer (VPIT) creates a dynamic visual learning experience. Consistent with the training philosophy of the “crawl”, “walk”, “run” continuum, this advanced technology exposes students to visual cues not available with traditional TCCC training. Providing patient visual cues you’d see in real-life scenarios that are hard to replicate in training, such as discoloration of skin, facial expressions, flail chest segments and more. Give your students the most effective tactical training tool demanded to create skilled emergency medical experts

The Virtual Patient Interactive Trainer provides options whether you are integrating scenarios with a physical manikin or if you are looking for a stand-alone training tool to accelerate the development of recognition skills. We provide tactical training that is effective and flexible to meet your individual curriculum needs.

Includes up to five mixed reality devices for students plus an instructor tablet. Ideal for “crawl” training to introduce learners to the critical cues that help identify the most critical Tactical Combat Casualty Care scenarios. More than 60 scenarios with a focus on the three most prevalent battlefield killers: airway obstruction, tension pneumothorax and exsanguination. Superior training saves lives.

This Integrated version of the VPIT software works hand-in-hand with the North American Rescue TOMManikin. When the virtual patient changes, the TOMManikin automatically updates to reflect changes in breathing, pulse, bleeding and oxygenation levels. Both virtual and tactical learning create unsurpassed training. This authentic representation provides hands-on and virtual training to best prepare your emergency medical trainees. Ideal for “walk” training that supports the development of both rapid recognition skills and physical intervention skills.

Tracking and Reporting

Both versions of the VPIT support gaze tracking and scenario reporting data. As the student progresses through the scenario, data is continuously captured to reflect where on the virtual patient the student was looking. Data is automatically stored in each student’s record to easily review where improvements can be made. Implementation of physical interventions is also automatically stored for quick review of each student’s skill set. This time-stamped record allows for more effective after action reviews to reinforce positive decisions and actions taken by the student, as well as to identify opportunity areas.