Emergo Train System (ETS) is an academic / educational simulation system used in several countries around the world for training and testing the preparedness and management of emergencies, major incidents and disasters.
The Emergo Train System Decontamination at Hospital set is developed to train the logistics in decontamination of patients arriving to the Emergency department. The decontamination at hospital set contains of 100 victims, in various degrees exposed to a chemical; ammonia or cyanide. Some of the victims are in need of specialised ECMO care. These victims have an extra management card for treatment at ECMO unit.
There are treatment markings such as inhalation of bronchodilator, steroid, eye decontamination and antidote included in the material together with staff symbols in protection suits, stretchers, showers, signs showing undressing time and decontamination time. A scenario guideline is included and shows an example of how to plan, run and evaluate a decontamination exercise at the Emergency department. The ED should be set up with the regular Hospital set material.
The material have been developed by KMC - Center for Teaching and Research in Disaster Medicine & Traumatology/ETS Competence centre in Sweden and Isala klinieken, Netwerk Acute Zorg/ETS faculty Zwolle, The Netherlands with subject matter expertice from specialists in decontamination from SPC - Stockholm Prehospital Centre in Sweden.