Neonatal Care

Baby Hippy

Reproduction of the lower torso and limbs of a female newborn designed to train professionals in diagnosing both congenital hip dislocation and hip dislocatability

Baby Stap

Reproduction of a neonatal infant positioned for the practice of lumbar puncture techniques.

Baby Umbi

Baby Umbi was designed for the practice of umbilical catheterization and is a reproduction of a female newborn infant.

Neonatal Intubation Trainer

Robust and realistic, this model allows students to undertake training that is directly transferable to the clinical setting.

NeoNatalie

NeoNatalie is an inflatable simulator designed to teach basic neonatal resuscitation skills

Newborn Anne™

The Newborn Anne™ neonatal baby simulator is a manikin designed for skills training in neonatal resuscitation. With anatomical accuracy and a product feature set designed to focus on the critical resuscitation skills required in the first ten (10) minutes of a newborn’s life, Newborn Anne meets the key components of the NRP course curriculum.

Premature Anne™ Task Trainer

Premature Anne is a realistically proportioned 25-week preterm manikin developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Premature Anne is designed to facilitate the training of healthcare professionals in the initiation of proper care and resuscitation of preterm infants. When used as a task trainer, Premature Anne is designed to help a learner develop and gain competence through hands on training. Premature Anne Task Trainer is designed to strengthen skills in: • Airway management techniques • Delivering compressions • Vascular access (umbilicus) • Practice placement in dry pre-ported IV sites

SimNewB

SimNewB has been designed by Laerdal with the American Academy of Pediatrics to meet the training requirements of neonatal emergency medicine and resuscitation courses. With realistic newborn traits and lifelike clinical feedback, SimNewB is ideal for training for the specific needs of neonates.

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The SimShirt is a garment worn by a Standardized Patient (SP) for simulating physiological conditions to test students and examine their diagnostic and procedural skills
The E-Scope, Electronic Stethoscope can amplify sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope
Throughout the history of medicine, clinical learning has been based on imitating the actions of others. Medical students are expected to learn complex medical tasks by watching other clinicians perform that task. This is known as the “see one, do one” approach, or the apprenticeship model. Certainly, the “see one, do one” approach to learning will continue to have its place. In many cases, however, experts within healthcare see simulation as an alternative, or at least a stepping-stone, between classroom learning and clinical practice. This means change.
Little Anne will now come with feedback technology to help you improve CPR quality
An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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