Medtronic McGRATH™ MAC VR Intubation Simulation is an interactive and immersive VR intubation simulation experience created with Medtronic to demonstrate the product and to train practitioners and medical students. It presents the usage of the McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope as standard of care by educating participants on how to perform an intubation procedure with a variety of patients and complexity of intubation scenarios. The immersive simulation provides a great opportunity for medical specialists and students to enhance their skills and get new experiences in a realistic and fun way. It also provides an opportunity to train remotely and safely with maximum impact. The McGRATH™ MAC VR Intubation Simulation submerges users into a 3-dimensional operating room (OR) including equipment and sounds. The VR experience blurs the boundaries of the tactile barrier allowing users of any age to fully immerse into the experience within 2 minutes, as one steps into the OR to experience being in the OR and have the exact sensation of a real intubation process.
Medtronic McGRATH™ MAC VR simulation provides an opportunity for OR/ICU medical specialists to remotely train, get evaluated on the performed procedures, while maximizing the safety and success rate of the intubation in real time. The VR solution allows to demonstrate an optimized standard of care intubation procedure, minimizing technical difficulties and risks while practicing the procedures on a virtual patient in a safe and immersive environment by providing:
A hands-on experience that combines a realistic variety and difficulty of patient scenarios and intubation cases.
Immediate assessment of performed procedure based on a step-by-step intubation tracking and evaluation system.
Relevant data for academic research of VR use for intubation training.
An attention-grabbing tool for the new Medtronic McGRATH™ MAC video laryngoscope, which boosts product and brand awareness, increasing the product ROI.
An opportunity for medical specialists to train, correct, and supervise their colleagues, specialists, and students maximizing safety and the success rate of the intubation process for the real patients.