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SynDaver to demo next-generation interactive medical simulation technologies at IMSH in San Antonio next week

The company will showcase its new equine and feline animal simulators, the world’s most lifelike anatomy model and blended learning solutions

SAN ANTONIO – SynDaver®, an advanced bio-technology company specializing in the creation of synthetic human and animal simulators for medical testing and training, will exhibit an array of new product offerings at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) from Jan. 26-30 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio.

SynDaver will showcase several new high-fidelity synthetic models and trainers, which utilize the company’s proprietary blend of complex composites that mimic the look and feel of living tissue, including a feline, equine, the next-generation human, and segmented body parts and organ systems.

The company’s new equine and feline models were unveiled on Jan. 20 at the 2019 Veterinary Meeting & Expo in Orlando and are expected to revolutionize veterinary training and pre-collegiate anatomy education curriculums. Like SynDaver’s human and canine models, the new equine and CopyCat® models eliminate the need for using live animals or cadavers for training purposes and provide a consistent realistic learning experience on the most life-like replicas on the market.

Additionally, SynDaver will provide an inside look into new product offerings that pair its high-fidelity synthetic mannequin and trainers with state-of-the-art technologies like Augmented Reality (AR), 3-D printing and interactive touchscreen displays. Products include SynDaver’s immersion table, a touchscreen digital anatomy smart board, as well as a multi-sensory procedural training system that combines AR technology with the hyper-realistic properties of SynDaver Synthetic Human and task trainers. SynDaver will also display the SAMM, a durable silicone modular mannequin packaged for STEM engineering education with a 3D printer, software templates, hydraulics, pneumatics and electronics.

Conference attendees interested in learning more about SynDaver’s latest products can visit booth 938 throughout the conference and are invited to experience live product demonstrations first-hand, which will be held at SynDaver’s booth every 30 minutes.

About SynDaver

Headquartered in Tampa, SynDaver is the world’s leading manufacturer of hyper-realistic, synthetic human and animal models for medical education, training and surgical simulation. SynDaver’s synthetic bodies mimic live tissue properties and are used by high schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, medical device companies and the military for training, testing and validation. SynDaver has the world’s largest database of live-tissue properties. Made from a proprietary formula of water, salts and fibers, the company holds 14 patents on their materials, processes and the related products. SynDaver has more than 100 employees at its facilities in the U.S. and is planning additional facilities in Europe, China, Brazil and India. SynDaver products have been lauded by industry experts and earned a cult following after appearances on ABC’s Shark Tank, MythBusters, Grey’s Anatomy and the series finale of CSI. For more information on SynDaver or their product offerings, visit www.SynDaver.com.

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