Crash Cart in AR

Crash Cart in Augmented Reality

A crash cart is an extremely important mobile toolkit that medical professionals use to store and transport emergency supplies in the event of a patient requiring immediate attention.

While medical carts are typically locked until needed for an emergency or procedure, this presents challenges for clinicians who want to be familiar with the contents and location of items. With the carts being inaccessible most of the time, it can be difficult for clinicians to learn where everything is located.

Crash Cart in AR






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Learning Objectives

In an emergency, every second counts, and knowing where each instrument and treatment is located inside a cart can greatly reduce intervention time. Being able to quickly locate the right treatment may save a life. In this simulator, students have the opportunity to explore the contents of a standard crash cart.


This simulator can be used remotely or as an in-person hands-on training tool for healthcare professionals and students. It is a powerful training tool that is immediately accessible to any organization responsible for patients: hospitals, medical practices, retirement homes and nursing homes.
Crash Cart in AR
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Training Scenarios

The crash cart simulator is a digital twin of an actual crash cart. Using the camera on their phone, trainees can move freely around the life-size equipment and practice in this safe and immersive environment. The rendering is extremely realistic; the crash cart looks, sounds and functions like a real one.

Depending on the patients a care facility serves, the items stored in the crash cart will vary. This simulator can be customized to each medical service so their clinicians can explore and learn on life-size, highly detailed versions of their local organization's medical carts.

After running the simulator, detailed performance data is available online in SENAR Studio. This powerful tool allows managers to monitor their team’s level of mastery and each student’s progress and to implement any additional training that may be required.

Scenario 1

Trainees must locate the maximum number of instruments and treatments, under the pressure of a countdown timer. They lose points each time they open the wrong drawer or tap the wrong item.

Scenario 2

Trainees are invited to study a series of clinical cases before taking the required treatment out of the cart for each patient within a given time frame.

Each scenario has two levels of difficulty.

Additional scenarios will be added over time.


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