Children & Baby Manikins
Children & Baby ManikinsChild patient care manikins and simulators for training patient care procedures on different pediatric patients of different ages.
Pediatric nurses complete a specialized training that qualifies them in all aspects of child patient care. As part of this training, medical simulators are used to explain procedures and train the relevant skills. All procedures can be repeated until performed accurately, without harming a real patient. Medical simulators in child patient care training provide training scenarios for a large variety of procedures, from routine care to more advanced patient care skills like treating injuries and illnesses as well as emergency care like airway management and child CPR.
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The One-Year-Old Multipurpose Patient Simulator is a full-body simulator designed to help participants train and develop pediatric nursing and resuscitation skills. Features make it an effective training tool for CPR, intubation, suctioning, intensive care, trauma care, and general patient care exercises.
This manikin simulates a five-year old child with rotatable arms and legs (jointed elbows and knees) and articulating head. It allows training of basic and advanced paediatric patient care procedures.
The Mike® and Michelle® One-Year-Old PEDI® Nursing Care Patient Simulator allows participants to practice and develop neonatal nursing care skills. The simulator includes an intubatable airway, injection training arm, and an intraosseous injection leg so that participants can work hands-on during chest compression and ventilation exercises.
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