Neonatal Simulator - Care for our future

Mia- High Fidelity trainer for acute neonatal Emergencies

Neonatal Simulator - Care for our future

Mia is a state-of-the-art newborn simulator designed to meet the challenges of specialist training in neonatal care. From basic assessment to critical thinking skills in emergency scenarios, Mia will enable profound learning experience that are transferable to clinical practice promoting safer patient care and improved outcomes.

One of the benefits of Mia is that she can be used as both a newborn as well as an infant.

Gender - Female

Height - 21.5”

Wight- 9 lbs

Perfect for basic evaluation
Neonatal Simulator
newborn simulator
Care for our future

in-situ and 'Just in time' training

The wireless design of Mia and her extensive battery life (7-8 hrs) enables in-situ simulation training to take place in the NICU and will help to overcome challenges in training schedules, enhance performance in new teams and provide an opportunity to practice rare emergency scenarios just before patient admissions.

Use with real medical devices

Being able to use real medical devices is paramount in simulation-based training. This factor erases the boundaries between a real patient and a simulator.

ECG, defibrillation, pacing, capnography, medical ventilator with different modes (A/C, SIMV, CPAP, PCV, PSV, NIPPV, setting PEEP values up to 20 cmH2O)

Realistic skin and airways

We understand how important for neonatologist's intubation is, this is why Mia's airways are as realistic as possible, wear-resistant material makes sure that trainees can intubate again and again - until they perfect it. Feel more knowledgeable and confident, when you work with real tiny patients in your professional life. Band aids,moulage,etc Mia's skin can be easily cleaned to as good as new.

Specifications

Neonatal

  • Airways

    Anatomically accurate upper airway

    Orotracheal and nasotracheal intubation

    Head tilt, chin lift, jaw thrust

    Laryngeal mask airway insertion

    Pneumothorax

    Sellick manoeuvre

    Positive pressure ventilation

    Programmable airway resistance

    Pharyngeal airflow obstruction

    Esophageal intubation

    BVM ventilation

    Cyanosis and acrocyanosis

    Bilateral chest rise and fall

    Programmable bilateral bronchi resistance

    Intubation depth detection and logging

    Tongue edema

    Laryngospasm

  • Breathing

    Spontaneous breathing

    Programmable respiratory complications

    Programmable respiratory rate

    Respiratory rate synced to patient monitor vital signs

    Programmable chest rise and fall

    Mechanical ventilation (PCV and VCV) PEEP (up to 40 cm H2O)

    Variable bronchi resistance

    Audible needle decompression with realistic feedback

  • Auscultation

    High-fidelity heart, lung and bowel sounds

    Independent normal/abnormal heart sounds

    Independent normal/abnormal lung sounds

    Normal/abnormal bowel sounds

    Auscultation of Korotkoff sounds

    Programmable bilateral chest rise and fall, synced with breathing

  • Neurology

    Tonic and clonic seizures

    Programmable blinking rate

    Programmable palpable fontanel

  • Blood circulation

    Rich library of ECG rhythms

    ECG heart rate of 20 to 200 bpm

    Real ECG electrodes

    Anatomically accurate landmarks to position your hands for chest compressions

    Chest compressions

    Defibrillation, cardioversion and cardiac pacing using real devices

    Defibrillator pads correct placement and logging

    Defibrillation in manual and automatic modes

    Successful compressions with their logging and effect on HR and ECG

    Cyanosis

    Programmable pulse strength

  • CPR

    Realistic chest compressions

    Automatic activity log, displaying all user actions

    Depth, frequency, hands placement assessment and log

    Automated logging of ventilation volume

    Manual configuration of CPR protocols

    Printable detailed CPR assessment

  • Vascular access

    Intravenous access (umbilical, temporal, dorsal hand)

    Intraosseous access (tibia, bilateral)

  • Other features

    Realistic joint articulation

    Sounds: crying, screaming, coughing, moaning, grunts

    Pre-installed themes, scenarios, programs and the Scenario Constructor software to design your own scenario

    Realistic bone structure, palpable ribs, kneecaps and many more

    Automated articulation of arms, legs and jaws

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