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High and Moderate fidelity equipment needs

  Uses   Manufacurer Approximate cost
Haptic Veterinary Simulators:  Cow and horse colic system
Realistic rectal palpation models allow for safer (for student and animal) training of basic rectal palpation pregnancy diagnosis and gastrointestinal abnormalities.  Learning outcomes have been documented to occur more reliably with this type of training and implementing their use strategically will optimize the use of teaching animals. haptic Virtalis $90,000
Bovine Dystocia Model:  (CAD) with matching calf
Would like 2 models –one each of dairy and beef
Models of cow's pelvis and calf that can be used to demonstrate all different types of difficult delivery situations, allowing students to have repeated practice in a controlled situation, which will lead to increased confidence and skill in performing this vital, lifesaving procedure
calf dystocia Vet Simulators $30,000 plus $6,500 for additional calves
Equine Simulator:  (CAD)
Life-sized horse designed to allow learner to perform multiple diagnostic procedures (rectal exam, abdominocentesis, etc).  Model will allow students to learn basic treatment and diagnostic procedures and a safe and realistic situation. equine simulator Vet Simulators $25,000
Canine (spay) simulator
Abdominal model allows students to learn the crucial skills in performing a spay or abdominal exploratory surgery. Spay Simulator Vet Simulators $500 each model $35/replacement uterus and ovaries
         
Last Edited: Apr 09, 2014 8:24 AM   


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