SIMETRI, Inc., announced it has been awarded a business grant by Prospera, an economic development, non-profit organization that offers a
(ORLANDO, FL) December 14, 2019—The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando (HCCMO) and Prospera co-hosted the twenty-second Don Quijote
SIMETRI, Inc., is honored to have been selected as a finalist in the Hispanic Business of the Year, More than Five Years category. Angela Albán, CEO and president, was recognized as a finalist at a press conference on Nov. 7.
In 2016, SIMETRI and the U.S. Army Futures Command introduced the development of an innovative and state-of-the-art lower extremity fasciotomy part task trainer. A fasciotomy is performed to treat compartment syndrome, an extremely dangerous condition caused by swelling in the extremities.
Every year in the U.S., there are nearly half a million burn injury patients that require treatment, with approximately 40,000 with required hospitalizations and 3,400 deaths. Many burn patients must undergo a critical surgical procedure called an escharotomy, in which precise cuts are made through the eschar (burned skin) of a patient to relieve constriction caused by burn wounds.
After finishing initial development of a gender retrofit kit to integrate with existing human patient simulators, SIMETRI is updating the kit in response to testing conducted by the Army Medical Department (AMEDD).