The Virtual Anesthesia Machine (VAM) simulation, first implemented in 1999, is the flagship transparent reality simulation that led to the creation of the original VAM web site. The VAM is a simulation of a generic anesthesia machine with an oxygen-driven bellows ventilator. Flow of gases is not only made visible but is also color-coded.
The updated virtual anesthesia machine shown here is designed to work on modern web browsers. It is a work in progress.
Special thanks to CSSALT volunteer Katelyn Ryan, C/O 2023 UF CISE
Last Modified 5/3/2021