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  1. HAL® S1020 Emergency Care Simulator
    HAL® S1020 - 12-Lead ECG Skills Trainer
    The HAL® S1020 is a 12-lead ECG skill trainer with an integrated myocardial infarction (MI) model to help participants improve diagnostic skills and ECG interpretation skills.
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  2. HAL® S1030 Dynamic Airway and Lung Compliance Simulator
    HAL® S1030 - Dynamic Airway and Lung Compliance Simulator
    HAL® S1030 is a full-body, computer-controlled patient simulator designed for training respiratory care students and professionals on the treatment and management of respiratory diseases using a real mechanical ventilator. Just like a real patient, HAL® features a lifelike airway, can hold PEEP from 5 to 25 cmH2O, trigger the vent’s breath assist, change lung compliance and bilateral bronchial airway resistance, exhale real CO2, and much more. Together, these features allow educators to simulate diseases and conditions such as ARDS, COPD, and asthma, as seen in real life.
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  3. HAL® S3000
    HAL® S3000 - Wireless and Tetherless, Prehospital and Nursing Care Patient Simulator

    HAL's advanced design and tetherless technology eliminate external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL operates continuously during transport so that training can occur in the working environment. Rush HAL from the accident scene to the ER or the ICU while care providers diagnose and treat his condition using real monitoring and resuscitation equipment. HAL® smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless PC.

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  4. A learner places a bag valve mask over the mouth and nose of the Pediatric HAL one-year-old patient simulator
    Pediatric HAL® S3004 - Wireless and Tetherless, One-Year-Old Patient Simulator

    Pediatric HAL® is a high-fidelity toddler patient simulator specifically designed to meet the needs of pediatric care training programs. Pediatric HAL can help your care teams improve teamwork and patient care through hands-on scenario-based training. Participants can practice and develop airway management, auscultation, ventilation, CPR, IV/IO placement skills, and more.

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  5. Pediatric HAL® S3005 - Wireless and Tetherless Five-Year-Old Patient Simulator
    Pediatric HAL® S3005 - Wireless and Tetherless, Five-Year-Old Patient Simulator
    From nursing to emergency care, the Pediatric HAL® S3005 Five-Year-Old Patient Simulator allows you to train teamwork and patient care skills through hands-on exercises. Pediatric HAL® is wireless and tetherless and remains fully functional while being moved from place to place.
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  6. Newborn HAL® S3010
    Newborn HAL® S3010 - Wireless and Tetherless, Neonate at 40-Weeks Gestational Age

    Newborn HAL's® true-to-life physical and physiological features, wireless mobility, and ease-of-use allow you to simulate realistic clinical cases. Whether training occurs in a simulation center, in situ, or in transit, participants of any level can practice the skills needed to provide safe and effective care to neonatal patients.

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  7. HAL® S315.100 - Adult Multipurpose Airway and CPR Skills Trainer - Nasal and Oral Intubations
    HAL® S315.100 - Adult Multipurpose Airway and CPR Trainer
    HAL® S315.100 is an easy-to-use and portable airway management and CPR skills trainer. HAL was designed to help you teach basic and advanced airway management as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation. HAL helps participants learn to recognize laryngospasm and practice performing emergency tracheostomies and cricothyrotomies. HAL® is available in a full-body configuration.
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  8. S315.200 Heart and Lung Sounds Adult Torso
    HAL® S315.200 - Adult Heart and Lung Sounds Skills Trainers
    The HAL® S315.200 is a Gaumard® manikin designed to help teach site-specific heart and lung auscultation skills using seamless simulation technology. Simply press the bell against the skin and listen. The students use realistic and palpable 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.
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