Be ready as a EMS first responder

Elevate decision making skills with virtual patients

Clinical Scenarios
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Key skills of EMS providers cannot be learned just through books

  • Position trainees in virtual real-world conditions in which they are expected to apply their skills

  • Challenge trainees to think critically with virtual patients in the street, in homes or in an ambulance environment

  • Develop higher learning levels and knowledge retention over traditional methods in patient analysis, synthesis and evaluation

Extend the classroom to the outside world

The learning experience is focused on the retention and application of knowledge, rather than memorization and recall.

Safe care environment

Help students develop their clinical judgement and decision-making skills in stressful situations. Reduce the risk of patient deterioration and medical errors in the pre-hospital environment.

Clinical cases for on-the-job trainees

All scenarios are pre-configured and you just need to press start.
Educators can assess students’ performance during their training or create remote evaluation sessions.

Clinical scenarios for Paramedics

Suitable for Paramedics

C20 - General Medical II

Recommend for: Paramedic
Complexity: Medium

Preeclampsia at late pregnancy
Influenza and dehydration
Hypertensive crises an suspected stroke
Hypoglicemia and Influenza
Right ischemic embolic stroke
STEMI
COVID-19
Status epilepticus
Sickle cell disease
Anaphylaxia

C24 - Trauma and Toxicology II

Recommend for: Paramedic
Complexity: Medium

ASA overdose
Unknown poisoning
Chemical inhalation
Carbon Monoxide Inhalation
Acetaminophen overdose
Antidepressants intoxication
Suspect of pelvis fracture and closed head wound
Left hypertensive pneumothorax
Fractured femur
Left Hypertensive pneumothorax with hypothermia

C28 - Ambulance Transportation

Recommend for: Paramedic
Complexity: Medium

Preeclampsia at late pregnancy
Hyperglycemia with new onset diabetes
Influenza and dehydration
Transient ischemic attack
Hypertensive crises an suspected stroke
Hypoglicemia and Influenza
STEMI
Sickle cell disease
Anaphylaxia
Left Hypertensive pneumothorax with hypothermia

C35 - Cardiology and Respiratory II

Recommend for: Paramedic
Complexity: Medium

Pulmonary Edema
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
Atrial fibrillation with palpitations, and dyspnea,
STEMI

C63 - Trauma Emergencies II

Recommend for: Paramedic
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

Scenarios are organised by thematic content packages with low, medium or high complexity

Clinical scenarios for Emergency Medical Technician

Suitable for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

C14 - General Medical I

Recommend for: EMT
Complexity: Low

Hypertensive crisis
Influenza with generalized pain and fever
Hyperglycemia with new onset diabetes
Transient ischemic attack
Unconscious due to hypoglycemia
Severe dehydration
Seizure of unknown origin
Flu OR COVID-19
Septic shock
Sickle cell disease

C18 - Trauma and Toxicology I

Recommend for: EMT
Complexity: Low

Head hemorrhagic wound
Gunshot wound
Opioid overdose
Hypothermia and hypoglycemia secondary to alcohol intoxication
Food poisoning
Neck injury
Forehead wound and hypoglycemia
Benzodiazepine intoxication
Ankle fracture
Left arm injury with active bleeding

C33 - Cardiology and Respiratory I

Recommend for: EMT
Complexity: Low

Asthma attack
Pulmonary Edema
Bradycardia and atrial fibrillation
Airway obstruction and lung cancer
Supraventricular tachycardia
STEMI with chest pain and tightness
Impaired airway clearance
Respiratory infection
Suspected angina pectoris
Suspected heart attack

C62 - Trauma Emergencies I

Recommend for: 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

Scenarios are organised by thematic content packages with low, medium or high complexity

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Educator's Tools

Leverage your teaching experience and reach your learning objectives

Body Interact Studio

BI Studio

Track your learners’ performance by having real-time detailed dashboards and the ability to set up and run OSCEs easily

virtual patient Scenario editor
Body Interact Editor

BI Editor

Adapt existing scenarios or create your ones from scratch to match your curricular needs and learning objectives

Body Interact Simtegration

Simtegration

Integrate virtual patients with task trainers, low- or high-fidelity manikins to provide a more comprehensive learning experience

Why First Responders love Body Interact"

Body Interact is a tool to help you teach one step at a time and to think critically in a timing matter.
The students totally love it because they can play over and over, to get better and better. They can transfer that knowledge to whatever situation whenever they’re nursing.

Lorraine Betts, RN, MN, CHSEProfessor of Simulation Education at George Brown College

Body Interact is a tool to help you teach one step at a time and to think critically in a timing matter.
The students totally love it because they can play over and over, to get better and better. They can transfer that knowledge to whatever situation whenever they’re nursing.

Miguel Padilha, RN, CRRN, PhDProfessor at Escola Superior de Enfermagem do Porto

It brings realism and innovation to the classroom and allows the students to make mistakes and to do their self-analysis of competencies. At the end it enables a debriefing session with the educator.
Everything without harming the patient

Leila Sales, MScN, RNCoordinator of the Nursing Department at the Portuguese Red Cross Higher School of Healt in Lisbon

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