It is essential to be able to give life-saving treatment to everyone, whether they are an adult or a child.
Our comprehensive range of paediatric simulators and realistic manikins can be used to learn how to treat young people, from children through to premature babies.
Click on the links below to find out more about our collection of paediatric simulators. Alternatively, if there is anything specific you would like to know, please get in touch with our team of experts.
Training on a premature baby
As part of our paediatric simulator range, we offer the Micro Preemie Intubation Simulator and Premature Newborn Simulator. Premature babies need a lot of additional care and treatment, and these specially formulated manikins will help learners understand how to carry out specific medical procedures.
Hyper-realistic and representing the weight and size of a ‘preemie’ 25-week old baby or neonate, these manikins allow your students to carry out CPR, intramuscular injections and intubation.
Advanced life support and paediatric simulators
The next step up from basic life support, advanced life support (ALS) are the skills that doctors, nurses and paramedics need to assess, treat and stabilise ill and injured patients. Advanced life support can be the difference between a patient surviving and not surviving.
The C.H.A.R.L.I.E. and CRiSiS Manikins can be used to train medical staff and challenge them to make critical decisions in a short space of time.
These lifelike, anatomically accurate manikins have several different features that represent different technical challenges for your learners. Students can carry out defibrillation, IV therapy, catheterisation and intraosseous infusion, all on one manikin.
The CRiSiS manikins are available in both child and infant models, giving your learners a vital advantage when it comes to using advanced life support techniques.