Newborn HAL® S3010 - Wireless and Tetherless, Neonate at 40-Weeks Gestational Age

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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.

Newborn HAL® S3010
The original wireless and tetherless newborn patient simulator.

Newborn HAL® S3010 is a 40-week tetherless newborn featuring programmable spontaneous breathing, pulses, and color, and it responds to CPR like a real baby.


Wireless and tetherless

Tetherless and wireless; fully responsive during transport 1. Smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless tablet PC.



Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions.


Realistic Umbilicus

HAL’s umbilicus can be catheterized and has a pulse synchronized with programmed heart rate.


Bilateral IV arm

Newborn HAL® has bilateral IV training arms that can be used for bolus or intravenous infusions and draining fluids.


Intraosseous access

Intraosseous infusion and injection system with realistic tibia bones.


ECG monitoring

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.

Powered by UNI® 3
Patient simulator control software that is powerful and easy to use.


Powerfully intuitive. Ready for use.

The intuitive design of UNI 3 offers the ease of use and capabilities required by even the most demanding simulation programs.

Learn just once and for all.

The design of UNI 3 is shared across our complete line of computer-controlled patient simulators. Once familiarized, you can quickly operate other Gaumard products without retraining, saving your program valuable time and money.

Includes our Neonatal Care
Simulation Learning Experiences™ scenario package.

The Neonatal Care Simulation Learning Experiences (SLEs) provide you with a library of ready-to-use, evidence-based scenarios designed to help you maximize participant’s learning through outcome-focused simulated clinical patient encounters. The package includes 8 SLEs, complete with a facilitator’s guidebook for planning, setting up, and facilitating each learning experience:

  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia with Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Drug-Exposed Infant/ Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
  • Early-Onset Sepsis
  • Late-Onset Sepsis
  • Nuchal Cord
  • Pneumonia
  • Shoulder Dystocia
  • Available in multiple skin tones
  • Tetherless and fully responsive even while being transported
  • Powered from an internal rechargeable battery or wall outlet
  • Battery capable of 300 recharges; operate the simulator for up to 4 hours 2
  • 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 Easy™
  • 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
  • Jaw thrust
  • Simulated suctioning techniques can be practiced
  • Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation
  • Placement of conventional airway adjuncts
  • Endotracheal intubation using conventional ETTs
  • Sellick maneuver brings vocal cords into view
  • 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
  • Fontanelle, umbilical, and bilateral brachial pulses 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
  • Chest compressions generate palpable blood pressure waveforms 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
  • ECGs are generated in real-time with physiologic variations never repeating textbook patterns
  • Chest compressions are measured and logged
  • ECG monitoring using real devices; apply real electrodes to conductive skin regions
  • Multiple heart sounds, rates, and intensities
  • Heart sounds synchronized with ECG
  • Dynamic 12-lead ECG display with optional Vital Signs Monitor
  • Pre-recorded crying
  • Seizure/convulsions
  • Muscle tone active, right arm only, left arm only, reduced and limp
  • Realistic rotation of the shoulder and hip joints
  • Legs bend at the knees
  • Supine or semi-recumbent positions
  • Central cyanosis
  • Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions
  • Fill bladder and perform Foley catheterization
  • Interchangeable genitalia
  • Umbilical catheterization
  • Umbilicus with two arteries and one vein – even practice cutdowns
  • Temperature probe placement
  • Insert feeding tubes
  • Auscultate bowel sounds
  • Remains fully functional even while in transit
  • Sensors track student actions
  • Changes in condition and care provided are time-stamped and logged
  • View the actions of up to six care providers using a responsive menu or write your own narrative
  • Generate and share diagnostic lab results
  • File sharing through Vital Signs Monitor
  • Links with optional recording and debriefing system integrating the event log with cameras and patient monitor
  • Supplied with wireless tablet PC
  • Create your own scenarios - add/edit
  • Change simulator’s condition during the scenario
  • Newborn HAL® S3010
  • Control PC preloaded with UNI® 3
  • RF module, battery charger / power supply
  • Accessories
  • Soft carrying case
  • User guide
  • One-Year Limited Warranty

1. Maximum wireless range will vary depending on environmental factors and conditions.
2. Battery life estimates dependent on active features and settings; results may vary.


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