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A Virtual Patient experience that boosts learning outcomes for students and accelerates digital transformation for Colleges.

Encourage your students to strive for excellence

Enabling safe practices focused on correcting performance errors ensures high levels of competence for the students’ career paths.

High Schools and Career and Technical Education implemented Virtual Patient Simulation

Accelerate preparation for real-life scenarios

Students become confident and prepared for the workplace, gaining a solid foundation for transfer programs.

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Empower innovation-driven educators

An education that opens doors to innovation and the discovery of new ways of teaching and learning.

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Explore Virtual Patient scenarios for your Educational Programs

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Why Body Interact boosts students' learning?

  • Realistic tension with real-time feedback

  • Experience a life-like interaction with a virtual patient

  • Visually appealing, mistake-friendly, and emotionally engaging

  • Multi-ethnic virtual patients from babies to seniors

  • Practice in varied care environments: at Home, Street, or Emergency Room

  • Available in English, Japanese, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish

Why Colleges benefit from the Body Interact platform?

  • Assess and monitor individual student performance

  • Identify learning gaps, facilitating the development of clinical reasoning and decision-making

  • Digital transformation of the classroom that engages the students

  • Suitable for in-person or online classes

  • Does not require a dedicated simulation room

  • A financially efficient solution with measurable learning outcomes

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How are Colleges adopting Body Interact?

Michael Ortega
LVN Instructor at Rio Grande Valley College

Kimberly Whitten-Chung
Director of Paramedic Education at Pikes Peak Community College

Discover our Content Packages for your Education Programs

CPR and First Aids

C53 - CPR and First Aids

Recommend for: All areas across Health Sciences
Complexity: Low

Hypoglycemia while tutoring the student
Seizure
Possible acute coronary syndrome
Anaphylactic shock due to nut allergy
Food poisoning with vomiting and dehydration
First-degree burn
Cardiac arrest
Asthma crisis
Recovery position due to drug intoxication
Airway obstruction

Nursing

C54 - Foundations of Nursing Practice I

Recommend for: Community Colleges – VN, ADN
Complexity: Low

Atrial fibrillation and complete left bundle branch block
Intracranial hemorrhage with increased intracranial pressure
Extradural hemorrhage with increased intracranial pressure
Dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhea
Bladder globe
Head hemorrhagic wound and abrasion
Urinary infection and fever
Grade 3 pressure ulcer
Grade 2 pressure ulcer
Cleaning and disinfection of a hemorrhagic wound in the forehead

C55 - Foundations of Nursing Practice II

Recommend for: Community Colleges – RN, LVN, LVN to RN
Complexity: Medium

Hypoglycemia with complaints of dizziness, headaches, and blurred vision
Traumatic brain injury with frontal bleeding wound
Type 2 diabetes and no adherence to medication
Anaphylactic shock after eating a peanut muffin
Acute limb ischemia with atrial fibrillation
Benzodiazepine intoxication
Clostridium difficile infection
Pre-operative assessment for a fractured neck of femur
Septic shock secondary to a infected wound
Deep vein trombosis in a patient with hypertension and COPD

C56 - Nursing in Maternal and Infant Health

Recommend for: Community Colleges – RN, LVN, LVN to RN
Complexity: Medium

Premature rupture of membranes
Umbilical cord prolapse
Preterm labour
First stage labor at home
Hemorrhage due to incomplete miscarriage
Asthma exacerbation
Urinary infection and fever
Viral gastroenteritis and dehydration
Pneumonia
Hypovolemic shock due to abdominal blunt trauma and spleen fracture

C57 - Nursing in Respiratory Conditions

Recommend for: Community Colleges – VN, ADN
Complexity: Low

Pneumonia with fluids in the respiratory tract
Pneumonia with shortness of breath and fever with expectoration
Pulmonary edema
Ineffective cough and orthopnea
Impaired airway clearance with tracheostomy tube
Acute respiratory exacerbation
Hypoxia in hypercapnic patient with COPD Group C
Hypoxia in patient with COPD Group B without hypercapnia
Resting dyspnea in COPD patient
Ineffective airway clearance in patient with COPD Group D

C58 - Nursing in Cardiovascular Conditions

Recommend for: Community Colleges – RN, LVN, LVN to RN
Complexity: Medium

Atrial flutter with palpitations
Atrial fibrillation and complete left bundle branch block
Anterior myocardial infarction with pain irradiation for chin and arms
Early repolarization
Ventricular tachycardia with chest discomfort at the gym
Atrial fibrillation with palpitations and shortness of breath
Acute heart failure with partial pulomonary congestion
ST elevation myocardial infarction with heart failure and pulmonary congestion
Infective endocarditis
Deep vein trombosis in a patient with hypertension and COPD

C59 - Nursing in Endocrine and Skin Conditions

Recommend for: Community Colleges – RN, LVN, LVN to RN
Complexity: Medium

Diabetic patient with hypoglycemia
Mild diabetic foot ulcer identification and classification
Hypoglycemia with complaints of dizziness, headaches, and blurred vision
Type 2 diabetes and no adherence to medication
Total hip arthroplasty follow-up by a nurse
Septic shock secondary to a infected wound
Grade 3 pressure ulcer
Grade 2 pressure ulcer
Contaminated wound and recognition of infection signs
Evaluation of risk of failling

C69 - Nursing Assistant Care

Recommend for: CNA
Complexity: Low

Ineffective cough and orthopnea
Acute respiratory exacerbation
Compromised cardiac output
Intracranial hemorrhage with increased intracranial pressure
Compromised airway clearance in COPD group D patient
Metastatic breast cancer patient with unretracking pain
Respiratory distress in male with ten years of COPD
Right ischemic stroke at home
Right ischemic stroke in patient with hypertension
Risk of infection by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

EMS

C60 - Respiratory and Cardiovascular System I

Recommend for: Community Colleges – EMT
Complexity: Low

Asthma attack
Pulmonary Edema
Bradycardia and atrial fibrillation
Airway obstruction and lung cancer
Supraventricular tachycardia
STEMI with chest pain and tightness
Respiratory infection
Suspected angina pectoris
Hypertensive crisis
Influenza with generalized pain and fever

C61 - Respiratory and Cardiovascular System II

Recommend for: Community Colleges – Paramedics
Complexity: Medium

Pulmonary Edema
Dyspnea Protocol
Wide complex tachycardia protocol
Bradycardia without underlying cause
Asthma exacerbation occasionally with mucus
Monomorphic ventricular tachycardia
Unconscious due to cardiogenic shock
Shortness of breath, fever and general malaise
Impaired airway
STEMI

C62 - EMT Trauma Emergencies

Recommend for: Community Colleges – EMT
Complexity: Low

Head hemorrhagic wound
Gunshot wound
Left hypertensive pneumothorax
Neck injury
Forehead wound and hypoglycemia
Ankle fracture
Left arm injury with active bleeding
Confused with head hematoma
Right ankle sprain
Right knee sprain

C63 - Paramedic Trauma Emergencies

Recommend for: Community Colleges – Paramedics
Complexity: Medium

Suspect of pelvis fracture and closed head wound
Left hypertensive pneumothorax
Fractured femur
Open chest wound
Left Hypertensive pneumothorax with hypothermia
Open fracture in leg
Open fracture on the leg and wound on his forehead
Injured by chainsaw with open wound in the left arm
Open wound in the chest
Right knee injury

C64 - Ambulance Transport

Recommend for: Community Colleges – EMT, Paramedics
Complexity: Medium

Hypoglycemia with glucose administration
Left-sided heart failure
Progressively deteriorating acute coronary syndrome
Asthma with shortness of breath
Repiratory distress in a COPD patient
Unconscious due to hypoglycemia
Right ischemic embolic stroke
Severe dehydration
Seizure of unknown origin
Sickle cell disease

Respiratory Care

C65 - Respiratory Therapy

Recommend for: Community Colleges – Respiratory Therapists
Complexity: Low

Pneumonia with dry cough, fever, and chest pain
Expectoration and fever due to pneumonia
Fever and hypoxia due to pneumonia
Severe asthma exacerbation with dyspnea and fever
Compromised airway clearance – noninvasive ventilation patient
Asthma with shortness of breath
Left-sided pneumothorax presenting with dyspnea and chest pain
Severe left hypertensive pneumothorax
Asthma exacerbation with risk of severe Asthmatic crisis development
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with cough and shortness of breath

Health Aide / Caregiver

C66 - Health Aide / Caregiver

Recommend for: Community Colleges – Personal Care Assistant
Complexity: Low

Repiratory distress in a COPD patient
Anatomic dysreflexia due to patient’s wound in the foot
Aspiration pneumonia due to dysphagia in a patient with aquicred brain injury
Cardiac rehabilitation after surgery due to congestive heart failure
Hypoglycemia and unconscious
Right ischemic stroke at home
Respiratory distress with fever, productive cough and yellow sputum
Evaluation of pressure ulcer on the sacrum
Agitation related to pain in the humerus fracture
Palliative care

EKG Technician

C67 - Cardiovascular (EKG) Technician

Recommend for: Community Colleges – EKG Technician
Complexity: Low

ST elevation myocardial infarction with precordial pain
Early repolarization
Fatigue and edema of the lower limbs due to atrial fibrillation
Ventricular tachycardia with general malaise and dizziness
Atrial flutter 2:1 with complaints of palpitations and tiredness
Auricular fibrillation + digital effect
First-degree heart block
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia
Atrial tachycardia with onset during physical activity
Misperformance of a 12-lead ECG due to electrode swapping

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