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CAE Caesar™

Kód produktu: Caesar

CAE Caesar™

Realistic training solution for soldier medics, tactical law enforcement medics, search and rescue teams and groups involved in point-of-injury care.

When medical professionals are prepared to respond quickly and appropriately to traumatic injuries in demanding settings, they can dramatically improve patient outcomes. Quite simply, CAE Caesar is one of the most realistic and physiologically advanced trauma patient simulators available.

Environmental conditions in combat or “point of injury” situations can often be hostile and make emergency care challenging.  Rugged, durable and water-resistant, CAE Caesar is the only full-bodied trauma patient simulator that can be used outside the classroom in different types of terrain, climate and other challenging elements that confront first-response teams in the field.

Why Train with the CAE Caesar Trauma Patient Simulator?

CAE Caesar autonomously generates a wide range of physiological responses to traumatic injuries and treatment. As learners work through the various scenarios, they can receive valuable and continuous feedback that details CAE Caesar’s vital signs, treatments provided and verbal cues that range from lucid to anxiety-filled responses. If the learner’s interventions are correct, CAE Caesar’s condition will improve.

With its intuitive graphic user interface, CAE Caesar is easy to operate and permits instructors to use either pre-set scenarios or customize their own.

With CAE Caesar, students will learn:

  • - Rapid identification of life-threatening injuries based on anatomical and physiological responses
  • - Rapid airway management skills including emergency surgical cricothyrotomy procedure
  • - Identification and proper treatment of open and closed chest injuries including the ability to perform a bilateral Needle Chest Decompression (NCD)
  • - Hemorrhage control treatment of both compressible and non-compressible injuries
  • - Identification of pulse points and proper response to patient’s hemo-dynamic state
  • - IV access and fluid resuscitation
  • - Effective inter-personal and patient communication skills

CAE Caesar allows learners to develop critical thinking skills and core treatment modalities that are important in reducing morbidity and mortality in combat care or “point of injury” emergency situations


CAE Caesar – Full-body Realism

CAE Caesar offers a comprehensive range of mobile, responsive anatomic and physiological features.

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Anatomically accurate

  • - Size (183 cm / 6 ft) and weight 
    (79 kg / 175 lbs) of an average male
  • - Skin: Realistic  tactile look and texture
  • - Realistic eye representation
  • - Realistic airway from the oral 
    and nasal passages, cricothyroid 
    cartilage space, to the esophagus and 
    tracheal bifurcation
  • - Breathing: Bilateral chest rise/fall
  • - Anterior to axillary rib cage with 
    intercostal muscle / space

Complete and proper articulation of 
joints and spine

  • - Neck (flex / extend / abduction / adduction/ 
    head and neck rotation)
  • - Back (flex / extend)
  • - Shoulders (flex / extend / abduction / 
    adduction / transverse abduction / 
    transverse flexion / transverse 
    extension / medial and lateral rotation)
  • - Elbows (flex / extend)
  • - Forearms (pronate / supinate)
  • - Wrists (flex / extend / abduction/adduction) 

Autonomous physiological responses

  • - Level of consciousness depicted in 
    speech patterns and eye response
  • - Hemorrhage level
  • - Respiration rate and depth
  • - Accurate response to properly applied 
    tourniquets, pressure dressings and 
    wound packing
  • - Bilateral pulse points (carotid, radial, 
    femoral and pedal)

Verbal response/sounds

  • - Autonomous response based on 
    physiological condition
  • - Instructor generated response
  • - Proper verbal and non-verbal responses 
    to injuries and treatments applied
    • - Lucid speech
    • - Moaning / confused speech
    • - Unconscious