By Medical Simulation Corporation
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SimClient controls the Medical Simulation Corporations COMPASS endovascular simulator.
What is COMPASS?
From Medical Simulation Corporation, an industry leader in endovascular procedural simulators, comes COMPASS™, the next generation of endovascular simulators. The COMPASS™ simulator is small enough to fit in one shipping case and can be checked as luggage on an airplane. It takes less than five minutes to setup and can be easily used in the physician's office.
How do you provide high-quality product training when today’s physicians have so little time, and the cost of leaving their practice for training is so great?
Bring the easy-to-use, portable, high-fidelity medical simulator to the doctor in the physician’s office. MSC delivers your procedural and product teaching points through a highly engaging, immersive experience. The result is greater physician Competence and Confidence® to drive product adoption.
You finally have a 10-minute window to showcase your device to that inaccessible, high-volume physician. A conversation will be forgotten; a brochure will be thrown away. How do you make a bigger impact that will last?
Create a memorable dialogue and experience using the highly reliable and easy-to-use, portable, high-fidelity medical simulator. Because you can be confident that the simulator can be quickly and easily transported and deployed by any member of your sales team, you can use it to engage your physician in an immersive experience that can create further opportunities to discuss your product and build your relationship.
For more information, please visit www.medsimulation.com
What's New in Version 1.5.2
- New MSC logos and matching icons.
- Improved look for iOS 7 and 8.
- Fixes issues where documentation wouldn't show up in iOS 8.
- Various other improvements.
- iOS 5 is no longer supported.
- Fixed issue with black screen connecting with iOS 7.
- Updated the icon that appears in iTunes.
- Fixed issues with connecting to a Compass unit while the iPad is held in portrait, and then rotated to landscape.
- More branding and image updates.