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Onboard Virtual Patients in High School and CTE

Introduce Virtual Patient Simulation in Health Careers. Allow basic medical knowledge application and promote teamwork.

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High School and CTE

Introduce healthcare concepts

In a gaming-like environment, students and educators will find the perfect setting to apply medical terminology, interpretation of vital signs, critical thinking, and problem-solving.

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Develop teamwork training abilities

Explore the roles and responsibilities of different healthcare professionals. Foster interdisciplinary training by challenging students to work as a team and solve a clinical scenario together.

High Schools and Career and Technical Education implemented Virtual Patient Simulation

Smoother transition into the community

The sooner students are exposed to simulation, the better. Train them to identify and manage common emergencies, building a strong foundation for their future studies and health careers.

Clinical cases for High School and CTE

Suitable for Career and Technical Education, Health Vocational Programs, and Healthcare Careers / Pathways

C25 - Fundamentals for Future Healthcare Professions I

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Pneumonia with dry cough, fever, and chest pain
Compromised cardiac output
Mildly persistent asthma
Endocarditis and mitral stenosis
Fractured neck of femur due to osteoporosis
Persistent high blood pressure
Metastatic breast cancer patient with unretracking pain
Respiratory distress in male with ten years of COPD
Congestive heart failure
Speech impairment and difficulty in moving right arm due to ischemic stroke

C29 - Fundamentals for Future Healthcare Professions II

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Pneumonia with shortness of breath and fever with expectoration
Dementia and urinary retention
Acute cholecystitis with abdominal pain, fever, and vomiting
Hypovolemic shock with a bleeding wound and a right thigh open fracture
Hypoglycemia and unconscious
Opioid Intoxication
Hypertensive crisis
Abdominal pain due to pregnancy
Seizure of unknown origin

C45 - Basic approach to trauma patients

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Head hemorrhagic wound
Hypovolemic shock with a bleeding wound and a right thigh open fracture
Head trauma with severe brain injury
Gunshot wound
Neck injury
Forehead wound and hypoglycemia
Ankle fracture
Left arm injury with active bleeding
Head hemorrhagic wound and abrasion
Cleaning and disinfection of a hemorrhagic wound in the forehead

C46 - A glimpse into a Medical pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

ST elevation myocardial infarction with precordial pain
Short-term ischemic embolic stroke
Septic shock due to kidney stones
Anaphylactic shock with pruritus, rash, and dyspnea
Coma due to severe hypoglycemia with type 2 diabetes
Peripheral vertigo with nausea and vomiting
Acute pancreatitis with shock
Community-acquired pneumonia with septic shock
Compromised airway clearance – noninvasive ventilation patient
Tricyclic antidepressant intoxication

C47 - A glimpse into a Nursing pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Impaired airway clearance with tracheostomy tube
Atrial fibrillation and complete left bundle branch block
Compromised consciousness in patient with hemorrhagic stroke
Dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhea
Bladder globe
Schizophrenia and agitation
Urinary infection and fever
Grade 3 pressure ulcer
Grade 2 pressure ulcer
Early repolarization

C48 - A glimpse into an EMS pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Asthma attack
Bradycardia and atrial fibrillation
Opioid Intoxication
Peanuts allergy with anaphylaxis shock
Left hypertensive pneumothorax
Right ischemic stroke in patient with hypertension
Abdominal pain due to pregnancy
Unconscious due to hypoglycemia
Severe dehydration
Sickle cell disease

C49 - Introduction to Respiratory Care

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Pneumonia with fluids in the respiratory tract
Pulmonary edema
Ineffective cough and orthopnea
Shortness of breath and fever without expectoration due to pneumonia
Expectoration and fever due to pneumonia
Fever and hypoxia due to pneumonia
Severe asthma exacerbation with dyspnea and fever
Hypoxia in hypercapnic patient with COPD Group C
Compromised airway clearance in COPD group D patient
Ineffective airway clearance in patient with COPD Group D

C50 - Heart Challenge

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Congestive heart failure
Hypovolemic Shock
Supraventricular tachycardia
Non-ST elevation myocardial infarction
STEMI with chest pain and tightness
Early repolarization
Fatigue and edema of the lower limbs due to atrial fibrillation
First-degree heart block
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia
Misperformance of a 12-lead ECG due to electrode swapping

C51 - First aid I

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Hypoglycemia while tutoring the student
Short-term left ischemic embolic stroke
Confused with head hematoma
Possible acute coronary syndrome
Anaphylactic shock due to nut allergy
Right ankle sprain
Food poisoning with vomiting and dehydration
Right knee sprain
First-degree burn

C52 - First aid II

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Anaphylactic reaction due to a wasp sting
Cardiac arrest
Asthma crisis
Recovery position due to drug intoxication
Open fracture on the leg and wound on his forehead
Injured by chainsaw with open wound in the left arm
Airway obstruction
Open wound in the chest
Right knee injury
Eye injury

C71 - Sports Medicine

Recommend for: High School
Complexity: Medium

Cardiac arrest on the pitch
Ventricular fibrillation on the pitch
Head trauma with a hemorrhagic wound
Head trauma with concussion and anisocoria
Ankle sprain
Neck injury
Convulsions at a basketball game
Clavicle fracture at a basketball game
Left ribs fracture after 2 players collided
Torn the anterior cruciate ligament

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

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