PAEDIATRIC SIMLATORS

Baby Anne

Baby Anne was developed to provide effective infant CPR training without compromising realism or quality. The convenient packaging of four Baby Anne manikins makes hands-on practice affordable for every student.

Laerdal ALS Baby

Laerdal ALS Baby manikin is a three-month-old infant with an anatomy that offers exceptional realism for individual training

Little Junior

The Little Junior™ child CPR training manikin provides realistic child CPR training without compromising quality or usability. Its durable and lightweight design offers the convenience to conduct your training in any location and to any number of students.

Megacode Kid

MegaCode Kid is a realistic manikin for training in a wide range of pediatric advanced life saving skills in pre-hospital emergencies

Newborn Anne™

The Newborn Anne is a manikin designed for skills training in neonatal resuscitation

Nursing Baby

This infant is unrivaled for clinical training in core pediatric in-hospital clinical skills.

Resusci Baby QCPR

Resusci Baby QCPR set a new standard for high quality infant CPR training. When used with a feedback device learners are provided clear feedback measure, track and improve training.

Resusci Junior Basic and with Skillguide

The Resusci Junior manikin offers realistic, high-quality child CPR education. It has full-body construction and use of an optional SkillGuide performance indicator

SimBaby

SimBaby is an advanced infant patient simulator ideal for training in all aspects of infant care. With realistic anatomy and clinical functionality, SimBaby is suitable for all types of training - from routine care to critical emergencies

SimJunior

SimJunior is an interactive pediatric simulator, designed by Laerdal with the American Academy of Pediatrics to meet the education and training needs of healthcare providers

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The SimShirt is a garment worn by a Standardized Patient (SP) for simulating physiological conditions to test students and examine their diagnostic and procedural skills
The E-Scope, Electronic Stethoscope can amplify sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope
Throughout the history of medicine, clinical learning has been based on imitating the actions of others. Medical students are expected to learn complex medical tasks by watching other clinicians perform that task. This is known as the “see one, do one” approach, or the apprenticeship model. Certainly, the “see one, do one” approach to learning will continue to have its place. In many cases, however, experts within healthcare see simulation as an alternative, or at least a stepping-stone, between classroom learning and clinical practice. This means change.
Little Anne will now come with feedback technology to help you improve CPR quality
An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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