Wasson Center for Clinical Skills

Human Patient Simulators

Human Patient Simulators are life-size adult and infant patient simulators that replicate elements of human physiology like respiration, heart beat and pulse. They are mechanical and computer controlled simulators that mimic human appearance and display symptoms and disease processes as they present in a real patient.

Emergency Care Simulator (ECS)

The ECS provides an anatomically correct, feature-rich mannequin, which allows for the physical demonstration of various clinical signs including bleeding, breathing, blinking eyes and convulsions. The human physiology models at the core of the ECS provide appropriate responses to treatment interventions, including airway and oxygenation management, fluid administration, defibrillation and the administration of drugs. Together, these systems deliver a realistic and objective training ground for learners to practice and perfect patient care without risk to real patients.

Harvey® The Cardiopulmonary Patient Simulator

Harvey simulator is a mannequin that performs more than 25 different cardiac functions of the human body, varying blood pressure, breathing, pulse, heart sounds and heart murmurs. Considered one of the groundbreaking products in medical simulation, the cardiopulmonary patient simulator provides a method of standardized testing for real-time procedures and skills of the learner.


Teriah White
Assistant Director, Operations
Phone: 330.325.6745
Email: twhite2@neomed.edu

Wasson Center for Clinical Skills

Northeast Ohio Medical University