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Emergency Department Ultrasound Simulator

The edus2 is an open source tool that integrates ultrasound into existing simulation suites at a fraction of the cost of commercially available systems. Full details on the wiki.

Code, video, and instructions on buliding your own are free. Just add hardware.

If you need assistance in completing a system. Please contact us and we can help you get up and running.

We have done most of the work, but tasks remain open to make this project better. If you have a background in software or mechanical design and would like to help out please contact us or checkout the GitHub issues page.

edus2 in action

edus2 from Paul Olszynski on Vimeo.

Blog posts

  1. Trouble with Olimex RFID cards and readers

  2. edus2 lives!

  3. edus2 workout


  5. Drawing Generalizations from High Fidelity Simulation Research

  6. License and FAQ

  7. It's not about what comes next, it's about what comes first...

  8. Goliath carves out an edus2 probe

  9. More features, save settings

  10. New Feature! Quick add!

  11. Development Reopens

  12. SAEM 2012 Video Overview

  13. SAEM and edus2

  14. Check us out at SAEM in Chicago on May 12, 2012

  15. Development help needed

  16. Brisbane machine

  17. edus2 down under

  18. edus2 systems built across the country

  19. User submitted probe design.

  20. edus2, Calgary EM Education Symposium Presentation

  21. edus2 website comes together