SimNewB

SimNewB  

SimNewB is a NRP-focused interactive neonatal simulator intended to simulate the first 10 minutes of life.

With realistic newborn traits and lifelike clinical feedback, SimNewB helps neonatal healthcare providers improve team dynamics, build confidence and practice in a risk-free environment.

SimNewB has the following features:

Airway

  • Variable lung compliance
  • ET tube insertion
  • LMA insertion
  • Gastric tube insertion

Airway complications

  • Right mainstem intubation

Breathing

  • Spontaneous breathing with variable rate
  • Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall with mechanical ventilation
  • CO 2 exhalation
  • Normal and abnormal breath sounds

Breathing complications

  • Pneumothorax

Circulation

  • Umbilical and brachial pulse
  • Heart sounds
  • Central cyanosis presentation
  • Pneumothorax

Vascular access

  • Patent, cuttable umbilicus with venous and arterial access for bolus or infusion

Sounds

  • Vocal: Grunt breathing, crying, hiccups and others
  • Lung: Normal, stridor, pneumonia and others
  • Normal, diastolic murmur, systolic murmur and others

Other

  • Movement in all four limbs: Limp, tone, spontaneous motion and seizure
  • Interchangeable pupils with normal, blown and constricted pupils

More information

If you would like to learn more about SimNewB, please visit the Laerdal website .

SimBaby

SimBaby  

SimBaby is a portable, high-fidelity human patient simulator, and is an effective tool for practicing complex medical management, teamwork and communication-focused scenarios.

SimBaby has the following features:

Airway

  • Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airways
  • Bag-valve-mask ventilation
  • Oro-and nasotracheal intubation
  • LMA insertion
  • Gastric tube insertion

Airway complications

  • Tongue edema
  • Laryngospasm
  • Pharyngeal swelling
  • Right mainstem intubation
  • Gastric distention

Breathing

  • Spontaneous breathing with variable rate, depth and regularity
  • Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
  • Normal and abnormal breath sounds - bilateral
  • Oxygen saturation

Breathing complications

  • See-saw respiration
  • Retractions
  • Pneumothorax
  • Unilateral chest movement
  • Unilateral breath sounds
  • Unilateral needle thoracentesis mid-clavicular

Cardiac

  • Extensive ECG library with rate from 20-360
  • CPR compressions generate palpable pulses and blood pressure waveform and generate artifacts on ECG

Circulation

  • Radial, brachial and femoral pulses synchronized with ECG
  • Pulse strength variable with BP
  • Defibrillation and cardioversion

Vascular access

  • Intraosseous insertion - bilateral
  • IV bolus and infusion

Sounds

  • Vocal: Crying, coughing, hiccup and other
  • Lung: Normal, crackles, stridor, wheezes and other
  • Heart: Normal, diastolic murmur, systolic murmur and other

More information

If you would like to learn more about SimBaby, please visit the Laerdal website .

SimJunior

SimJunior  

SimJunior is a 6-year-old portable pediatric, high-fidelity human patient simulator, and is an effective tool for practicing complex medical management, teamwork and communication-focused scenarios.

SimJunior has the following features:

Airway

  • The SimJunior airway is anatomically modeled as far as the trachea.
  • Realistic airway with landmarks
  • Oral and nasal intubation
  • LMA or ET insertion
  • NG tube (insertion only)
  • Cricoid cartilage
  • Head tilt and jaw thrust (no sensor)
  • Left and right lungs can be either closed or open to allow ventilations

Airway complications

  • Tongue edema

Breathing

  • Spontaneous breathing
  • Observable chest rise
  • Variable respiratory rates (0-60 breaths per minute)
  • Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing
  • Detect and quantify the volume of mechanical ventilations (including no ventilation)
  • Bag-valve-mask capable
  • Normal and abnormal breath sound
  • Four auscultation sites

Breathing complications

  • Bilateral chest movement with spontaneous breathing
  • Unilateral chest rise with right mainstem intubation
  • Unilateral and bilateral breath sounds 

Cardiac

  • Use clinical equipment such as ECG monitoring and real-life defibrillators
  • Defibrillation and cardioversion (detected and logged)
  • Pacing
  • Extensive ECG library
  • Multiple heart sounds synchronized with ECG
  • ECG rhythm monitoring (three leads)
  • 12-lead ECG display (optional patient monitor)

Circulation

  • BP measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds
  • Bilateral carotid and unilateral brachial and radial (left side) pulses synchronized with ECG
  • Pulse strength variable with BP
  • Pulse palpation is detected and logged

Chest compressions

  • Compliant with 2010 guidelines
  • CPR compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure wave form and ECG artifacts
  • Compressions are detected and logged in the data log

Vascular access

  • IV access (right arm and hand)
  • Intraosseous access (right tibia)

Sounds

  • Patient voice
  • Lung
  • Heart
  • Bowel

Other features

  • Convulsions
  • Eye inserts
    • Normal
    • Dilated
    • Constricted
     
  • Built-in internal compressor

More information

If you would like to learn more about SimJunior, please visit the Laerdal website .

SimMan 3G

SimMan  

SimMan 3G is a portable, high-fidelity human patient simulator, and is an effective tool for practicing complex medical management, teamwork and communication-focused scenarios.

SimMan 3G has the following features:

Airway

  • Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airways
  • Bag-valve-mask ventilation
  • Oro- and nasotracheal intubation
  • LMA insertion
  • Gastric tube insertion
  • Needle cricothyrotomy
  • Surgical cricothyrotomy
  • Variable lung compliance
  • Variable airway resistance

Airway complications

  • Tongue edema
  • Laryngospasm
  • Pharyngeal swelling
  • Right main stem intubation
  • Stomach distention
  • Trismus
  • Decreased cervical range of motion

Breathing

  • Spontaneous breathing with variable rate, depth and regularity
  • Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
  • CO 2 exhalation
  • Normal and abnormal breath sounds
  • Five anterior auscultation sites
  • Six posterior auscultation sites
  • Oxygen saturation and waveform

Breathing complications

  • Variable breathing patterns
  • Pneumothorax
  • Unilateral and bilateral chest movement
  • Unilateral, bilateral and lobar breath sounds
  • Chest tube insertion - bilateral

Cardiac

  • Extensive ECG library
  • CPR compressions generate palpable pulses and blood pressure waveform and generate artifacts on ECG
  • Heart sounds - four anterior locations
  • ECG rhythm monitoring (four-wire)
  • 12-lead ECG display
  • Defibrillation and cardioversion
  • Pacing

Circulation

  • Radial, brachial, femoral, carotid and popliteal pulses synchronized with ECG
  • Pulse strength variable with BP

Vascular access

SimMan IV   
  • IV access (right arm)
  • Intraosseous access (tibia and sternum)
  • Automatic drug recognition system - identifies drug and dose
  • Extensive drug formulary
  • Automatic or programmable physiological responses

Sounds

  • Patient voice
  • Lung: normal, crackles, stridor, wheezes
  • Heart: four quadrants - normal, diastolic murmur, systolic murmur
  • Bowel: four quadrants 

Other features

  • Simulation of bleeding at multiple sites
  • Foley catheterization
  • Secretions: eyes, ears, nose, mouth - blood, mucus, CSF, etc.
  • Completely wireless and self-contained
  • Internal electrical and pneumatic power
  • Supplemental wired connectivity and power
  • Wirelessly integrates with existing computer networks
  • Swappable, rechargeable batteries
  • Approximately four hours of continuous operation in wireless mode
  • Rugged and reliable for use in multiple environments

More information

If you would like to learn more about SimMan 3G, please visit the Laerdal website .

Mobile Skills Station

Mobile Skills Station  

Our Mobile Skills Station is intended for training airway management and IV access.

Intravenous Access Arm  

Available equipment includes:

  • Adult airway
  • Child airway
  • Infant airway
  • Various airway devices: Bag-valve-mask, nasopharyngeal airways, oropharyngeal airways, laryngeal mask airways, endotracheal tubes 
  • Intravenous access child arm
  • Intravenous access adult arm