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Training and simulation centre for internal medicine

  A simulation centre for the subject of internal medicine is an valid and effective method for solving specific problems. In order for these technologies to be of maximum benefit, their strengths and weaknesses need to be clearly defined, followed by objectives and tasks that cannot or would not be feasible without them. 

  The most important advantages of the simulation centre are training without harming the patient and an objective assessment of the level of professional training achieved by each therapist.

  The aims of the simulation centre is: 

  implementation of professional and communication skills in students, providing knowledge for early diagnosis and prevention in internal medicine.

  The tasks of the simulation centre includes:

  • Improving students' communicative ability to work with patients referred to GPs;
  • Assessment of the balance between theoretical and practical knowledge of students in the subject of internal medicine at the stages of early diagnosis and differential diagnosis of various diseases;
  • Developing skills in recording and interpreting the ECG; 
  • Assessment of the student's tactics used in a therapeutic emergency.
  • Developing skills in emergency care for myocardial infarction, asthma, cardiogenic shock, pulmonary embolism.

  The simulation room consists of 3 areas:

  • Initial patient examination area
  • ECG diagnostics area
  • Arrhythmia emergency area


  This is the place for a modern method of initial examination in an outpatient setting, allowing early detection of the initial symptoms of illness and helping to correctly diagnose internal organ disease. It includes:

 Therapeutic aids that the student would be able to demonstrate:

  • medical record 
  • collection of anamnesis 
  • identification of the problem and/or the presence of a disease 
  • conducting physical examinations (palpation, percussion, auscultation)
  • Measurement of blood pressure, pulse and saturation 
  • Establishing a preliminary diagnosis 
  • designing a examination plan 
  • Determination of treatment methods and approaches
  • determination of the course of treatment procedures
  • the ability to make recommendations


  The student would be able to demonstrate:

  • ECG technique
  • correct electrode placement
  • correct use of ECG monitor
  • ability to interpret ECG data 


  It is a modern method of first aid for a variety of arrhythmias, allowing you to stop paroxysmal tachycardia attacks in good time. The manikin includes:

  • a programme that demonstrates various heart rhythm abnormalities
  • auscultation points for the lungs and heart
  • pulse points throughout the body

  The student would be able to demonstrate:

  • first aid for paroxysmal tachycardia
  • first aid for cardiac fibrillation
  • correct auscultation of the lungs at each ears
  • correct heart auscultation on all ears
  • determination of the pulse at all pulse points in the body