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Global Impact Study in Clinical Education

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In the Body Interact impact study 617 students and 22 tutors participated, from 4 continents, 8 countries, and 11 Schools (7 Medicine and 5 Nursing curriculums)
September 2020

Reduce clinical errors

As a virtual patient simulator for Clinical Education, Body Interact accelerates critical thinking and develops decision-making skills while focusing on patient safety

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Real time feedback

With an advanced physiological algorithm, each virtual patient reacts immediately to the users’ actions. Students see clearly how their actions impact the patient in real time

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Standardized clinical encounters

An extensive library of virtual patients with relevant and diverse clinical situations, provides educators a tool to utilise advanced teaching and assessment methodologies

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Clinical cases for Medicine

Suitable for Medicine (MD), Osteopathic Medicine (DO), Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS) and Physician Assistants (PA) curriculums

C01 - Fundamentals of Medicine I

Complexity: Low
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA

Community acquired pneumonia
Acute myocardial infarction
Abdominal pain, fever and vomiting
Cognitive alterations
Backache, fever and shock
Congestive heart failure
Coma and bleeding wound
Cough, expectoration, fever
Bleeding wound and fractured member
Coma management and airway permeability

C02 - Fundamentals of Medicine II

Complexity: Low
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA

Renal colic due to kidney stone
Generalized allergic reaction
Drug intoxication
Pneumonia and oxygenation management
Diabetes and coma
Dehydration and metabolic acidosis
Dizziness, vertigo and vomiting
Difficulty breathing and wheezing
Fever, cough, dyspnea and shock

C05 - Cardiovascular System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Myocardial infarction with ST elevation
Persistent non-valvular AF with hemorrhage
Cardiac tamponade
Acute heart failure
Cardiogenic shock
Failing of right myocardium
Non-valvular atrial fibrillation
Deep vein thrombosis
Fluid replacement protocol

C06 - Cardiovascular System II

Complexity: High
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO

Monomorphic ventricular tachycardia
Unstable angina
Management of paroxysmal AF
Post-aortic valve endocarditis
Infective endocarditis and aortic regurgitation
Mysterious myocarditis in a young patient
Constrictive pericarditis
Heart transplantation
Persistent non-valvular AF with hemorrhage
Acute coronary syndrome with heart failure

C07 - Respiratory System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Pulmonary embolism
COPD and pneumonia
Asthma and COPD
Shortness of breath and cold
Dyspnea and chest pain
Cough with sputum in a diabetic patient
Cough and dyspnea in a diabetic patient
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
Flu-like symptoms and dyspnea
Sudden shortness of breath

C08 - Nervous System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Brain death due to severe ischemic stroke
Acute ischemic stroke while on warfarin
Acute left M2 occlusion
Acute left MCA occlusion
Ischemic stroke in obese patient
Left MCA occlusion and infarction
Right MCA M1 occlusion and infarction
Left MCA occlusion with severe hypertension
Intracranial hemorrhage
Early stage management of ischemic stroke

C09 - General Internal Medicine I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Tricuspid valve endocarditis
Hypoglycemia with high cardiovascular risk
Acute pancreatitis
Critical kidney failure
Increased urination
Vomits with blood
Acute renal lesion
Acute cholecystitis

C10 - General Internal Medicine II

Complexity: High
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO

Sepsis/septic shock associated with dialysis
Septic shock due to pneumonia
Septic shock due to aortic valve endocarditis
Hypoglycemia with sulfonylurea
Acute renal failure
Hyperkalemia with kidney failure
Hereditary angioedema
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
Flu-like symptoms and dyspnea
Meningococcal septic shock

C11 - Pediatrics I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Hypovolemic shock
Severe asthma
Severe croup
Meningococcal septic shock
Benzodiazepine overdose
Supraventricular tachycardia
SVT and cardiogenic shock
Acute viral bronchiolitis
Severe asthma

C12 - Pregnancy I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA

OB clinic visit – 1st trimester
Pregnant patient with hypotension
Threat of premature birth
Pregnant woman with high fever
Preeclampsia in primigravid woman
Eclampsia seizures
Severe infection
Cardiac arrest
Pulmonary thromboembolism
Intrauterine infection

C26 - Trauma I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Respiratory distress
Spinal cord injury
Hypovolemic shock
Splenic laceration
Severe bleeding
Chest and pelvic injury
Abdominal gunshot
Stab wound
Brain injury

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

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Create your own scenario

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

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Learning Management System

As an educator, you can track your learners’ performance by having real-time detailed dashboards and the ability to set up and run OSCEs easily

  • Deliver clinical scenarios to your students. Create either training or evaluation sessions which they’ll access through their own device

  • See the learning objectives of each scenario and check its Quick Solution Guide

  • Add web-based resources that will be available at the end of each clinical scenario as an additional resource

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Why Educators love Body Interact

I find Body Interact to be an excellent tool to improve critical thinking and decision-making skills.
Hearing the monitors and the sound of respiratory difficulty makes us feel the real pressure.

Maria Ferreira5th-year Medical Student from Faculty of Medicine of University of Porto

Our students love Body Interact.
When they see what they can do and realize they are actually learning, they get very curious.

Dr Edgar Herrera, MDPresident of the Mexican Society of Simulation and Professor at Anahuac University

It's exciting to watch students learn and become emotionally attached to the clinical cases. It provides practical knowledge to the learner rather than having the educator dictate the outcome.

Matthew W. Martinez, MD, FACCAssociate Chef, Education, Division of Cardiolofy at Lehigh Valley Health Network

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