Caesar combines ruggedness—drag him, drop him or subject him to heat, humidity, rain, dirt and sand—with the highest fidelity features on any trauma simulator available today. He offers EMS responders the ability to practice both advanced airway management and severe hemorrhage control in harsh environments. Caesar is the only trauma simulator with physiology that responds automatically to proper tourniquet placement, needle decompression, and other treatments. He can be operated on-the-fly or with preprogrammed scenarios that simulate IED explosion, fragmentation wound, burns and spinal shock, amputation, facial trauma, multiple gunshot wounds and more.
Caesar responds to the needs of the disaster and mass casualty response trainers with elevated realism, mobility and versatility. Originally developed for military use by researchers at the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT) in collaboration with the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center, Caesar now has added clinical features and better durability and affordability for disaster response training.