CAE Maestro manual or modeled mode, the choice is yours!
In Manual Mode, instructors may set up training scenarios quickly and in real-time by indicating the patient’s clinical signs as they so choose. This means that the instructor is in the driver’s seat and manually makes all changes to the patient’s condition and even controls how the patient will respond to interventions, either on-the-fly or by utilizing a preprogrammed Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE). Manual Mode operation also features a streamlined, user-friendly interface that contains only the essential controls for more ease of use.
Alternately, when you choose the Modeled Mode, it is the power of the CAE Physiology engine that automatically drives realistic patient evolution and responses to interventions. Simulator responses are based on real clinical data. The instructor is in charge of defining the underlying patient state so that the patient will exhibit progression of clinical signs (including automatic responses to most interventions). CAE Physiology empowers instructors to create simulations of higher fidelity with more consistency, giving them the ability to maximize learning value and reduce the risk of negative training.
With Manual and/or Modeled Modes, CAE Maestro for the CAE Luna neonatal simulator can fit any instructor’s teaching preference, enabling them to meet their most specific and critical training objectives in infant patient healthcare.