Syndaver Synthetic Patient

Producer: SynDaver™Labs

The possible interactions between the SynDaver Patient and medical students delivers simulation that was previously only possible in a real-world emergency room or battlefield. In addition, since the physiology engine is open-source, our clients can create their own scenarios. Out of the box the physiology engine includes a hypovolemic shock scenario and real-time blood loss tracker.

The family of SSH products has been used in a wide variety of procedures including open-heart surgery, coronary bypass and stent placement (both femoral and radial approach) with fluoroscopy, chest tube placement, tracheotomy, carotid endartarectomy, cricothyroidotomy, infusion port placement, central line placement with ultrasound, angioplasty, appendectomy, embolectomy, endoscopic surgery with insufflation, femoral cutdown with closure device and hundreds of other procedures.

The SynDaver Patient is both much more advanced and much cheaper than competitive products such as CAE Caesar!

Extraordinary Features

The SynDaver Patient is the world’s only full body surgical simulator th­at combines the ability to operate on any part of the body, synthetic human tissues, animated limbs and an open-source physiology engine. The SynDaver Patient is quite simply the most advanced hands-on medical simulator that the world has ever seen.

Included Components

Animated full body with skin, storage and transport container, battery-powered life support equipment, wireless tablet computer to control body motions and physiology engine and a full-featured physiology display.

Computer Interface

The system includes wireless control and display tablets with native SynDaver software. Controls include body motion (limbs), respiration rate, tidal volume, end-tidal CO2, heart rate and waveform, arrhythmia, vaso-constriction, temperature, blink rate and pupil dilation. The separate physiology display follows heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, end-tidal CO2 and temperature.


A variety of pathologies and injuries are available – based on patient images, CAD drawings or simple descriptions. Client may also select gender and ethnicity.

Imaging Equipment

System is compatible with ultrasound, fluoroscopy, x-ray and CT imaging equipment. Use with MRI equipment is not possible due to the presence of internal mechanical systems

Surgical Equipment

System is compatible with all known surgical devices including lasers, RF ablation, plasma knives, sonic blades and cryocatheters, as well as bipolar, monopolar and harmonic devices.


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Anatomical Features

Skin with fat and fascia planes
Every bone, muscle, and tendon
Fully articulating joints
Functioning respiratory system
Complete digestive and urinary tracts
Visceral and reproductive organs
Circulatory system with:
Arterial Vasculature

Abdominal aorta
Anterior tibial artery
Aortic arch
Ascending aorta
Brachial artery
Common carotid arteries
Common femoral artery
Coronary arteries
Descending aorta
Fibular (peroneal) artery
Iliac artery
Popliteal artery
Radial artery
Subclavian arteries
Thoracic aorta
Ulnar artery
Vertebral arteries
Venous Vasculature

Anterior tibial vein
Axillary vein
Basilic vein
Brachial vein
Cephalic vein
External jugular vein
Femoral vein
Fibular (peroneal) vein
Great saphenous vein
Iliac veins
Inferior vena cava
Internal jugular vein
Median cubital vein
Popliteal vein
Posterior tibial vein
Radial vein
Subclavian vein
Superior vena cava
Ulnar vein
Nervous Components

Lateral Cord
Medial Cord
Medial Brachial Cutaneous
Medial Antebrachial Cutaneous
Superficial Branch
Common, Deep, and Superficial Peroneal
Lateral Femoral Cutaneous
Anterior Cutaneous Branches

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