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Elevate the ultrasound learning process

CAE Vimedix is a high-fidelity simulator that facilitates the learning process for cardiac, abdominal and OB-GYN ultrasound – all on one common platform. With its software and manikin-based system and live, remote learning features, CAE Vimedix accelerates the development of essential psychomotor and cognitive skills for ultrasound probe handling, image interpretation, diagnoses and clinical decision-making.

New features included in the CAE Vimedix 3.4 update will enhance your ultrasound education. Introduce new Covid-19 simulations for both mild and severe cases into your curriculum. Create custom measurement presets and include them in exercises. Generate video-based lessons which can combine screen, webcam and microphone recordings. View complete maternal anatomy, including animated heart, for the second trimester patient in the OB-GYN configuration.

Ready to upgrade your ultrasound education? Pair your CAE Vimedix system with a preprogrammed foot pedal for the ultimate ultrasound experience.

Product Features

3D/4D Cardiac ultrasound scanning and multiplanar reconstruction (MPR)

The first ultrasound simulator to offer volumetric scanning in real-time with detailed views of the normal heart and advanced pathologies.

Augmented Reality Applications

Through immersive training with the Microsoft HoloLens 2, anatomy and structures leap to life to accelerate learning and retention.

Enhanced Instructional Content

NEW! Re-designed instructional content for better curriculum integration and user flexibility.

Remote Learning Capability

NEW! Integration with video conferencing platforms, simplified visual capture for virtual curriculum, remote learner scanning experiences and presentation tools.

Self-Directed Learning

With a range of instructional content such as ICCU lectures, Target Cut Planes, students tailor their user experiences for optimal learning.

Train on One Platform

Toggle between cardiac, pulmonary, abdominal and Ob/Gyn modalities with ease for a comprehensive ultrasound learning experience.

Validated Performance Metrics

Integrated performance metrics allow faculty to track students’ progress over time.

TGAUS / TEE guidelines and training exercises

Invaluable diagnostic and monitoring guidelines on cardiac, pulmonary and abdominal structures.


Various modalities to choose from based on your teaching objectives

CAE Vimedix Abdomen

Learn to perform abdominal scans and FAST exams with the abdominal module


Modern user interface for improved workflow

Pleural Pathology Pack featuring a fully animated lung and respiratory variation of the IVC

Self-directed FAST exam exercise for efficient scanning of trauma in Augmented Reality with the VimedixAR module

CAE Vimedix Cardiac

The effective way to learn both transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography


3D/4D cardiac ultrasound for advanced assessment and diagnosis

Dynamic and realistic heart animation with over 80 pathologies and counting

Support for Color Doppler and Spectral Doppler (Pulse Wave and Continuous Wave)

CAE Vimedix OB-GYN

Change the way you learn to perform obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound exams


Modern user interface for improved workflow

More than 50 pathologies in the first and second trimesters (8, 12, and 20 weeks)

Ability to perform standard obstetric measurements and calculations on different fetal positions

For applying lubrication to the Vimedix manikin torso via the mouth and esophagus, we currently suggest the basic use of aerosol cooking spray (such as PAM).

This is usually caused by some kind of electrical interference to the source. Make sure there is no metal within 4 feet of the head, neck or torso. Make sure there are no other Vimedix systems within 6’ if they are the same frequency.

This is usually caused by some kind of electrical interference to the source. Make sure there is no metal within 4 feet of the head, neck or torso. Make sure there are no other Vimedix systems within 6’ if they are the same frequency.

The IP is and the Port is 3690.

All ICCU e-learning licenses are valid for a 12-month period. After that time, you may choose to renew at the same level of access (at a significant discount), or elect to upgrade to an e-Library License (once the Core Curriculum program has been completed).

No. Access is non-transferable. It is strictly prohibited for a licensed user to share his (her) account access with anyone else. Every account is created for the sole use of the registered account. Sharing such access can result in immediate and non-refundable account suspension.

Yes! From the moment a license is bought, registrants have 12 months in which to “activate” access. The license will automatically activate when the participant logs in to the e-Learning system for the first time. If there is no activation within 12 months, the license will automatically expire and the participant will have to buy a new license to obtain access to the system.

The same principle applies to users that are part of an institutional license. The licenses do not have to be attributed all at the same time. For example, if an institution buys a license for twelve participants, they can attribute nine of the licenses initially and a few weeks or months later attribute the remaining three licenses. Each license will become activated at the moment the participant logs in for the first time.

Once activated, a license will allow access to the system for a total period of 12 months.

To obtain an institutional access license, go in the in the "E-learning curricula" subsection of the Products and Services webpage and click on "Institutional info form". Once you complete and submit the form, an ICCU representative will contact you within 24-48 hours to complete your subscription and answer any additional questions you might have.

No. The academic skills learned in the multimedia tutorials of the ICCU e-Learning website provide a strong basis for understanding how to perform goal-directed, bedside ultrasound in the ICU. But acquisition of further and essential theoretical knowledge and skills is necessary to consolidate these basic principles in order to become a competent ICU sonographer. After having viewed the tutorials, the users are highly encouraged to perform as many "goal-directed" sonographic examinations as possible in their respective ICUs. But, continued practice and consultation, and collaboration, with general radiologists, cardiologists and other competent sonographers will be crucial to develop essential skills in adequate image acquisition and interpretation.

Yes. A 30-day free trial allows you to experiment with the workflow of the e-Learning Management System so that you may gain an appreciation of the high quality multimedia material and the tremendous educational value within the curriculum content. A free trial can be accessed easily by clicking "Learn More" in the e-Learning Curricula subsection of the Products and Services webpage.

If the answer to your question is not found here, you may contact Customer Service, Mon-Fri. 8AM-5PM (Eastern time) at 1-888-866-ICCU (4228) or at [email protected].


CAE Vimedix 3.4 User Guide (English)

CAE Vimedix product brochure

CAE Vimedix 3.2 Overview Video

LEGACY VERSION - Vimedix 3.2 User Guide (Chinese)

LEGACY VERSION - Vimedix 3.2 User Guide (French)

LEGACY VERSION - Vimedix 3.2 User Guide (German)

LEGACY VERSION - CAE Vimedix 3.2 User Guide (Mandarin Chinese)

LEGACY VERSION - Vimedix 3.2 User Guide (Spanish)

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