Life/form Micro-Preemie Intubation Simulator
This Micro-Preemie Intubation Simulator is based on a 25-week neonate – the smallest, most realistically proportioned pre-term infant available.
Entirely flexible and offers training opportunities for a number of commonly performed procedures. In addition, extraordinary realism is achievable with the preemies pose and lack of muscle tone.
Invaluable for simulation training in the care and handling techniques for infants requiring multiple medical interventions at the limits of viability. Therefore perfect for NICU, emergency medical response teams, flight medics, mock code scenarios, nursing schools, medical schools, hospitals, and family education. Simple to use for simulation as it requires no specialised equipment. Resulting in a simulator that is compact and highly mobile and can be used for meeting objectives of the Neonatal Resuscitation Programs course curriculum.
Features & Functions:
Airway, breathing and ventilation:
Two different lung blocks have been provided; a normal block for simulating bilateral expansion of the lungs and a second block simulating a collapsed right lung.
Chest tube – permanent site located on the right hand side to practice insertion and care of the chest tube area.
Cleaning and diaper changing
GI – Please note: fluid administration is not recommended, any fluid administered must be suctioned out afterwards.
IV access – Includes 4 moulded-in sites suitable for peripheral IV access, all four will accept an infusion device however, none of the sites are functional.
Neural tube defect (Myelomeningocele)
Observation and measurement
Skin and wound care that includes skin breakdown sites: Occiput and both heels
Skin is very soft and lifelike
Umbilicus with an optional omphalocele (non functional)
Attach various monitors, sensors, electrodes, etc., to the manikin wherever needed
Suitable for completely immersing in water, the manikin can be washed with mild soap or detergent if soiled.
For a less tacky skin surface, apply baby powder to the baby and components.