Get your trainees ready to respond to a wide range of emergency trauma situations. Instantly switch the training environment or patient’s anatomy and pathology to allow limitless hands-on training

Surgical Science’s new TraumaVR simulator combines a manikin and instruments with immersive VR simulation. This provides trainees with an unprecedented training opportunity of psychomotor (motor skills), cognitive knowledge and skill acquisition in airway management. With the most realistic virtual reality environment, it embeds trainees in the stressful situation, unlike any other simulator.

Who can benefit?

The TraumaVR simulator is perfect for training emergency physicians, first responders, critical care physicians, and anesthesiologists.


  • Instrument tracking: laryngoscope, bag valve mask, ET tube, stethoscope and suction tube
  • Detailed curriculum covering common techniques such as Jaw Thrust and BURP
  • Realistic oral cavity anatomy and physiology
  • Tactile sensation of instruments inside the patient’s mouth/throat
  • Performance assessment at the end of simulation
  • Optional proctored or self-directed training
  • Dynamic complications
  • Vital signs affected by patient management and drug administration

The platform includes the following:

  • Upper torso mannequin
  • Optical tracking system plus auxiliaries
  • Electromagnetic tracking system plus auxiliaries
  • Emulated laryngoscope, ET tube, stethoscope and suction tube
  • Bag valve mask
  • Monitor – display
  • Handheld touch monitor – Operator
  • Electronic Box


Tracheal Intubation Module

Features and Benefits:

  • Realistic visual and auditory environment, as well as an interface that mimics the sensations of a real-life emergency case
  • Emergency and critical care virtual patient cases
  • Cognitive training- managing the scenario and the team under stressful conditions
  • Diverse anatomies and difficulty levels
  • Dynamic virtual patients’ condition, consciousness, vital signs and complications
  • Performance metrics to monitor progress towards competence

Training Cases

The module includes a variety of clinical and pre-hospital scenarios:

Clinical scenarios:
Diverse larynx anatomy which impacts the difficulty level of laryngoscope and ET Tube manipulation in a clinical environment.

Pre-hospital scenarios:
Diverse larynx anatomy which impacts the difficulty level of laryngoscope and ET Tube manipulation, at a pre-hospital scenario.