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Simulators, Respiration, Breath Sound

Definition : Respiration simulators designed to mimic the normal or abnormal sounds of breathing, either using simulated sounds from an analog circuit generator and/or digitally recorded signals stored in their memory from a real patient . The characteristics of the sounds can be altered in a certain range, such as respiration rate from 10 to 100 bpm and inspiration/expiration rate. Abnormal sounds can be added in any part of the respiratory cycle. Breathing sound simulators are mostly used for training purposes.

Entry Terms : "Breathing Sound Simulators"

UMDC code : 19029

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CAE Healthcare USA

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Gaumard Scientific Co Inc

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Gaumard Scientific founded in 1946 recognized how polymers used in reconstructive and battlefield surgery could be used to create simulators for health care education.

Pinnacle Technology Group

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Pinnacle Technology Group, Inc. is pleased to have served our customers in the medical training market for over 30 years and our goal is to continue providing the highest quality state-of-the-art products possible. Our Pinnacle simulators use "Real Patient Data" for a more realistic training experience. We pride ourselves on superior customer service and the relationships we build are long term customer oriented to best serve you.

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