The realism and simplicity of AURiS makes it ideal for in-situ training which provides facilitators with a great tool for training and learners an incredibly realistic platform to learn from. AURiS allows simulation and scenario based education to be delivered quickly, easily and intuitively.
AURiS can be used on a manikin and it can be used with standardised patients. AURiS uses a iPhone or iPad connected to the stethoscope by Bluetooth to send sounds.
Using innovative sensor technology, the student only hears sounds when the stethoscope is on the patient. AURiS can be used in a number of teaching and assessment situation.
AURis App Screen
AURiS Scenario Screen
REALISTIC AND SIMPLE
Once a student places the stethoscope on the body, a sensor activates the sound file which the instructor has selected and the student hears the sounds through the stethoscope.
When the student removes the stethoscope, the sounds stops. Setup is as simple as pairing the app with AURiS, which then automatically calibrates the stethoscope. The stethoscope is completely wireless and receives stethoscope sounds from the device at a range of up to 10 meters (30 feet). System comes packaged with device and app, including multiple different heart, lung and bowel sounds.
GIVING YOU THE BEST EXPERIENCE POSSIBLE
AURiS provides the ability to add sounds to your simulations for far less than the cost of current systems. We are able to do this by utilising current technology, enabling you to have access to highly advanced simulation technology without having to worry about the costs that are usually associated with this level of simulation.
Educates by allowing students to see, listen and do
Assists students with understand the different sounds
Faculty can adjust the level of sounds to account for student levels
Makes it easy for faculty to use in the anywhere with minimal setup
Increases the level of fidelity
Works in real time
Enhances the OSCE experience
Single S1 S2 (M, Su,B)
Split S1 (M, Su,B)
Mid-Systolic Click – Mitral Valve Prolapse (M, Su, B)
Early Systolic Murmur – Acute Mitral Regurgitation (M, Su, B)
Mid Systolic Murmur – Mitral Regurgitation due to CAD (M, Su, B)
Late Systolic Murmur – Mitral Regurgitation due to MVP (M, Su, B)
Late Systolic Murmur – Classic Mitral Regurgitation or Ventricular Septal Defect when heard along the left sternal border (M, Su, B)
S4 Gallop – Left Ventricular Hypertrophy (M, LLD, B)
S3 Gallop – Both Normal and Cardiomyopathy (M, LLD, B)
Systolic Click with Late Systolic Murmur – Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy with Mitral Regurgitation (M, LLD, B)
S4 and Mid Systolic Murmur – Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy (M, LLD, B)
S3 and Holosystolic Murmur – Dilated Cardiomyopathy with Mitral Regurgitation (M, LLD, B)
Mitral Opening Snap and Diastolic Murmur – Mitral Stenosis (M, LLD, B) S1 S2 (A, Si, B)
Systolic Murmur with Absent S2 – Severe Aortic Stenosis (A, Si, B)
Early Diastolic Murmur – Aortic Regurgitation (A, Si, B)
Systolic and Diastolic Murmurs Combined – Aortic Stenosis and Regurgitation (A, Si, B)
Single S2 – Normal in Elderly (P, Su, D)
Split S2 Persistent – Complete RBBB (P, Su, D)
Split S2 Transient (P, Su, D)
Ejection Systolic Murmur with Transient Splitting S2 – Innocent Murmur (P, Su, D)
Ejection Systolic Murmur with Persistent Split S2 and Ejection, Systolic Murmur – Arterial Septal Defect (P, Su, D)
Ejection Systolic Murmur with Single S2 and Ejection Click – Pulmonary Valve Stenosis (P, Su, D)
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