Premature neonatal simulator.
Use this hypoxic model which is responsive to actions of care providers or retain control of the newborn’s color and vital signs.
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.
30 week tetherless premature neonate with breathing, pulses, color and vital signs that are responsive to hypoxic events and interventions. Weighs less than 1400 grams and also includes trending, crying, convulsions, oral and nasal intubation, airway sounds and extra tablet PC for control.
Chest rise and lung sounds are synchronized with selectable breathing patterns. Accommodates assisted ventilation, including BVM and mechanical support.
Multiple heart sounds, rates and intensities. Chest compressions are measured and logged. Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions.
View ECGs with physiologic variations generated in real-time. Synchronized with pulses. Conductive skin regions. Apply real electrodes.
Control rate and depth of respiration and observe chest rise. Ventilation is measured and logged. Select left and/or right chest wall movement and lung sound.
Bilateral, brachial and femoral pulses; pulses at fontanelle and umbilicus. Pulse strengths vary with blood pressure and pulses are synchronized with ECG. Temperature probe placement sensor.
Bilateral dorsum of hand. Patent umbilicus. Intraosseous access at tibia. Left foot.
Dynamic Perinatal Monitors display uterine activity and fetal heart tones
Train to care for compromised newborns.