Above is an example of a basic simulated anesthetic conducted by a Phase I student. We are a front loaded program and thus in the examples you will find, please note that these students at this point in their training had not had any clinical anesthesia. The scenarios typically involve a PS I or II patient for a routine or emergent surgery who may or may not encounter critical events (i.e. bronchospasm, laryngospasm, etc). One of the goals of the simulation program here at USAGPAN is to provide a high fidelity environment for students preparing to enter into the clinical phase of the program in an attempt to better incorporate the didactic knowledge from Phase I and ease their transition into Phase II of the program.
You may note on occasion that while the vaporizer is an ISO vaporizer, the students were allowed to "simulate" other gases. There may be other examples of that type of simulated material, the software can be adjusted easily to improvise.