Transfusion safety VR
Wireless virtual reality simulation of the procedure to be applied in the event of a transfusion incident.
Training developed in partnership with the Foch Hospital (Suresnes, France) in 2018 and 2019.
From the moment when the patient indicates that he is not feeling well, to the declaration of the transfusion incident in the business software, the learner can carry out all the steps recommended by the medical authorities for the procedure to be applied in the event of a transfusion incident.
To strengthen the knowledge and good practice of the procedure to be applied in the event of a transfusion incident.
Without endangering the learner and the patient, economical and easily deployable, the learner can, during this simulation, perform all the actions he practices on a daily basis: stop the transfusion, reassure the patient, take his vitals, and so on.
All this is done under the trainer’s supervision in order to conduct an analysis of practice during the debriefing phase.
The Oculus Quest wireless headset and scenario allow up to 5 simulations per hour.
Immersion in a professional virtual environment that the learner recognizes, moving and viewing at scale-one, natural and intuitive interactions enable the learner to take ownership of the situation and embody his role.
And so, to react and behave as in the real world.
Virtual reality is therefore the only medium that enables a real implementation, by the body, of procedural knowledge.