Pediatric Simulators
  1. Pedi HAL® S3005

    HAL® S3005 Five Year Old Pediatric Simulator

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    Simulation Made Easy™. Proven HAL® technology. Tetherless with wireless communications. Fully responsive, even during transport. Wireless streaming audio. Automatic or instructor control. New and improved airway features. Learn More
  2. Pediatric HAL® S2225

    Pediatric HAL® S2225

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    Model: S2225

    Pediatric HAL® is the world's most advanced pediatric patient simulator and the first capable of simulating lifelike emotions through dynamic facial expressions, movement, and speech. HAL is designed to help providers of all levels develop the specialized skills needed to effectively communicate, diagnose, and treat young patients in nearly all clinical areas. Learn More

  3. Pedi HAL® S3004

    HAL® S3004 One Year Old Pediatric Simulator

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    Pediatric HAL® allows you to take advanced simulation where you need to train. It may be at an accident scene, in an ER, an EMS vehicle, or even in a PICU. HAL® remains fully functional while being moved from place to place. This “Care in motion” allows you to evaluate both team training and how well patient “hand-offs” are conducted. What is done well? What needs to be improved? Learn More
  4. Code Blue® III ACLS CPR Ventilation Bag Mask

    Code Blue® III Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Emergency Care Pediatric Simulator

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    Model: S300.105

    CODE BLUE III features a comprehensive array of airway, respiratory, and cardiovascular functions with real-time eCPR™ feedback, perfect for training individual and team-based ALS skills. Learn More

  5. S157 5-Year Multipurpose Patient Simulator
  6. 1-Year Multipurpose Patient Simulator
  7. S115 1-Year PEDI® Simulator

    S115 1-Year PEDI® Simulator

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    The Mike® and Michelle® one (1) year PEDI® simulator includes an intubatable airway, and injection training arm, an intraosseous injection leg and appropriate arterial/venous simulation. This manikin is another must for a well equipped training program. Learn More
  8. S312.300

    S312.300 Heart and Lung Sounds 1-Year w/ Intubatable Airway

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    Instructors spend significant classroom time teaching where to hear specific heart and lung sounds. Students must learn where the base heart sound may be best heard or where the bell should be placed to hear stridor or wheezing in a young child. Site specificity is obtained through an exciting new “wireless” technique in which the student uses anatomic landmarks on the manikin to locate the site where a specific sound should be heard. If correct, they will hear the appropriate sound through the stethoscope and/or external speakers. Now you make the choice. Buy a new site specific simulator or upgrade your existing Gaumard® manikin. Upgrading is a terrific way to further enhance your Gaumard® simulator. Learn More