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Australian developer releases unique 3D Training Simulation in the Apple App Store

Mass Casualty Triage training simulation for Paramedics, EMTs, Nurses and Medics.

Simulation training is a key part of a healthcare professional’s education. Standardized patients and partial task trainers such as intubation heads have been used for decades. Advances in technology have seen a growing number of high-fidelity mannequins, virtual reality and computer-based simulations expand the scenarios that can be simulated.

Enter Mass Casualty Triage – a brand new iPad App that allows you to experience detailed, real-life Mass Casualty Incident Triage simulation.

This unique simulation training App features real-world immersive scenarios and authentic casualty data sourced from the Victim Base database (www.victimbase.org).

“My favorite scenario is the Avon Valley train derailment,” says Richard Stals the developer of Mass Casualty Triage. “Set in my home state of Western Australia, you have been called to a Mass Incident train derailment with over 100 casualties. It features an emergency call developed by members of the St John’s Ambulance Service as well as the actual topography and Satellite imagery of the region.”

There are eight scenarios available and you can choose one of three triage methods – Triage Sieve and Sort, SALT or START.

Mass Casualty Triage is available on the Apple App Store for the iPad (link to App Store). Additionally, a free version of the app allows you to try out the first four scenarios for free (link to the Free Version).

Mass Casualty Triage is developed by Richard Stals, an independent developer and entrepreneur in Perth, Western Australia.

If you would like further information on Mass Casualty Triage, or you would like an interview please contact:

Richard Stals

Phone: 0401 133 653 (Australia)
Phone: +61 401 133 653 (International)
Email: richard@stals.com.au
Web: http://mct.stals.com.au
Facebook: http://facebook.com/MassCasualtyTriage
Twitter: @MCTriage

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