Pediatric HAL® Allows You to Take Advanced Simulation Where You Need to Train.
Realistic size and weight, tetherless connectivity, airway, chest rise, cyanosis, pre-recorded sounds and a variety of other features make for highly realistic scenarios.
No external compressors, no linking boxes, no cords; just HAL® and a Tablet PC wirelessly connected for up to 300 Ft. (100 m).
From our standard one year warranty and pre installed scenarios, to multiple service, training, and warranty offerings, we cover all of your simulation needs.
Gaumard® dedicates its talents to providing simulators at affordable prices. This principle remains as true today as it was over 60 years ago.
Our intuitive and powerful user interface defines... Simulation Made Easy™
Evaluate interventions and insert notes on a real time performance log. Use an integrated camera system for comprehensive debriefing
Standard one year warranty and over 60 years of experience building high quality patient simulators
Gaumard® pioneered wireless and tetherless simulators back in 2004. Pediatric HAL® is part of our growing family of these remarkable products.
Control HAL® at distances up to 300 Ft. (100 m) while he smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless tablet PC.
HAL® has blinking eyes with photo sensitive pupils. Dilation, reactivity, and blink rate can be controlled automatically or by the instructor.
Defibrillate, cardiovert and pace using real devices
HAL®’s electrically conductive skin regions allow the use of real equipment to obtain his ECG, perform temporary pacing, cardiovert, and defibrillate.
Airway & breathing
Improved airway allows better visualization of vocal cords and easy intubation. Lung compliance refined to deliver chest rise when ventilating at 20cm H2O.
Intraosseous infusion and injection system with realistic tibia bones.
Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions.
- One year old
- Simulation Made Easy™
- Tetherless with wireless communication
- Fully responsive even while being carried
- Comprehensive performance feedback
- New and improved airway features
MonitoringTouchscreen vital signs and perinatal monitors provide students with feedback provided in real clinical settings
- Vital Signs for one-year-old HAL®
- Optional 20 inch “all-in-one” touchscreen virtual monitor AND a 12 inch touchscreen monitor
- Customize each trace independently; users can set alarms, and time scales.
- Display up to 12 numeric values including HR, ABP, CVP, PAWP, NIRP, CCO, SpO2, SvO2, RR, EtCO2, temperature, and time.
- Select up to 12 dynamic waveforms including ECG Lead I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, AVP, CVP, PAWP, pulse, CCO, SvO2, respiration, capnography.
- Share images such as x-rays, CT scans, lab results, or even multimedia presentations as the scenario progresses.
- Perinatal Monitor
- Dynamic Perinatal Monitors display uterine activity and fetal heart tones
Pediatric HAL® S3004 - S3005 Features (07:00)
Standard features now include active eyes with programmable blink rate, pupil size and pupil reaction time as well as cyanosis and convulsions Resources Pediatric HAL® S3005 Manual Pediatric HAL® S3005...
- Available in ethnic skin tones
- Tetherless and fully responsive even while being transported
- Powered from an internal rechargeable battery or wall outlet
- Simulator receives commands from a wireless tablet PC and operate at distances up to 300 Ft. (100 m)
- Simulator can operate automatically using optional Automatic Mode or by the Instructor
- Training Guide with both basic and advanced interactive scenarios
- Use pre programmed scenarios, modify them or create your own quickly and easily
- Installation and training worldwide
- Simulation Made EasyTM
- Programmable airway
- Tongue edema
- Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing
- Nasal or oral intubation
- Right mainstem intubation
- Sensors detect depth of intubation
- Airway may be obstructed
- Block right lung, left lung, or both lungs
- Head tilt/ chin lift
- Suctioning techniques can be practiced
- Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation
- Placement of conventional airway adjuncts
- Endotracheal intubation using conventional ETTs
- Retrograde intubation
- Sellick maneuver brings vocal cords into view
- Perform tracheostomy
- Tracheostomy care and suctioning
- New Airway Features
- Realistic geometry and larger epiglottis. Better visualization of vocal cords as well as easy intubation
- Improved chest wall recoil during CPR
- Lung compliance refined to deliver chest rise when ventilating at 20cm H2O
- ECGs are generated in real time with physiologic variations never repeating textbook patterns
- Heart sounds may be auscultated and are synchronized with ECG
- Control rate and depth of respiration and observe chest rise
- Automatic chest rise is synchronized with respiratory patterns
- Select independent left and right upper lung sounds
- Chest rise and lung sounds are synchronized with selectable breathing patterns
- Accommodates assisted ventilation including BVM and mechanical support
- Ventilations are measured and logged
- Gastric distension with excessive BVM ventilation
- Chest compressions generate palpable blood pressure wave form and ECG artifacts
- Detection and logging of ventilations and compressions
- Simulated spontaneous breathing
- Variable respiratory rates and inspiratory/expiratory ratios
- Bilateral chest rise and fall
- Unilateral chest rise simulates pneumothoraces
- Normal and abnormal breath sounds
- Measure blood pressure by palpation or auscultation
- Use real modified BP cuff to measure blood pressure
- Korotkoff sounds audible between systolic and diastolic pressures
- Pulse sites synchronized with BP and heart rate
- Bilateral IV arms with fill/drain sites
- Realistic flashback
- SubQ and IM injection sites
- Intraosseous access at tibia
- Chest compressions are measured and logged
- ECG monitoring using real devices
- Defibrillate, cardiovert and pace using real devices
- Multiple heart sounds, rates and intensities
- ECG rhythms are generated in real time
- Heart sounds synchronized with ECG
- Dynamic rather than static 12 lead ECG display available with Automatic Mode
- Pacing may be practiced anteriorly to avoid having to roll the patient during delivery
- Bilateral carotid, radial, brachial and femoral pulses synchronized with ECG
- Pulses vary with blood pressure, are continuous and synchronized with the ECG even during a paced rhythm
- Neural Responses
- Eyes are controlled automatically by physiologic model or directly by the Instructor
- Eyes open and close
- Select blink rate
- Select pupillary response to light
- Pre recorded sounds
- Optional wireless streaming audio
- Articulation and Movement
- Realistic rotation of the shoulder and hip joints
- Legs bend at the knees
- Supine or semi-recumbent positions
- Central cyanosis
- Fill bladder and perform Foley catheterization
- Interchangeable genitalia
- Insert feeding tubes
- Remains fully functional even while in transit
- Bowel sounds
- User Interface
- Sensors track student actions
- Changes in condition and care provided are time stamped and logged
- View the actions of up to 6 care providers using a responsive menu or write narrative
- Generate and share diagnostic lab results
- File sharing through Vital Signs Monitor
- Links with optional Pro+ recording and debriefing system integrating the event log with cameras and patient monitor
- Supplied with wireless tablet PC
- 12 pre programmed scenarios which can be modified by the instructor even during the scenario
- Create your own scenarios - add/edit