Newborn HAL® allows you to take advanced simulation where you need to go and that can be at an accident scene, in an ER, in a Labor and Delivery room, or in a NICU. “Care in motion” also provides the opportunity for you to measure how well patient “hand-offs” take place. What is done well and what needs to be improved?
Realistic amniotic sac inside palpation abdominal cover creates a natural and realistic feel when practicing palpation exercises
Change physiologic states “on the fly” using wireless control. Use our scenarios, modify them or quickly build your own. Sensors provide performance feedback. Changes in condition and care are time stamped and logged. Instructors evaluate interventions and insert notes on real-time performance log.
Crying synchronized with breathing. Heart sounds include a normal heart as well as atrial and ventricular septal defects. Respiratory sounds include both normal lungs as well as stridor and grunting.
40 week tetherless newborn with breathing, pulses, color and vital signs that are responsive to hypoxic events and interventions. Also includes trending, crying, convulsions, oral and nasal intubation, airway sounds and extra tablet PC for control.
Control Newborn at distances up to 300 feet while he smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless tablet PC.
Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions.
HAL’s umbilicus can be catheterized and even has a pulse synchronized with programmed heart rate.
Newborn HAL® has bilateral IV training arms that can be used for bolus or intravenous infusions as well as for draining fluids.
Intraosseous infusion and injection system with realistic tibia bones.
Newborn has conductive skin regions that allow the application of real electrodes to view ECGs with physiologic variations, allowing the user to track cardiac rhythms with their own equipment just like with a human patient.
Dynamic Perinatal Monitors display uterine activity and fetal heart tones
Standard features now include programmable cyanosis, motion and spontaneous breathing making it perfect for APGAR scoring