Life/formŽ Micro-Preemie Simulator Light


Product Number : 170-LF01280

Price: USD350.00

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Life/form® Micro-Preemie Simulator, Light
Approximately 12% or 1 out of every 8 newborns arrive prematurely. Delivery of an extremely low birth weight infant (Less than or equal to 1,000 g) remains to be an extreme medical emergency, requiring specialized techniques and equipment. Simulates 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. Extraordinary realism is achieved with the preemie’s 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. 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, requires no specialized equipment, and is compact and highly mobile. Use for meeting objectives of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program’s course curriculum. Includes Micro-Preemie Simulator, diaper, hat (color may vary), umbilicus, omphalocele, neural tube defect, bilateral chest block, unilateral chest block, airway, 3 cc syringe, 25-gauge butterfly needle, lubricant, blood powder, and bulb and tube assembly.
5-year warranty.
Ship weight 4 lbs.
Airway, Breathing, & Ventilation
Realistic chest compressions
ET tube insertion
Bilateral lung expansion with visually dramatic chest rise
Unilateral chest movement option (collapsed lung and mainstem intubation)
Positive pressure ventilation
Sellick maneuver
NG/OG tube insertion
Chest rise and fall with mechanical ventilation
Auscultation of lung sounds during ventilation
Manually control rate and depth of respiration
Suctioning
Chest Tube
A permanent site in the neonate’s right side accepts a nonfunctional 8-10 FR chest tube
Practice chest tube insertion and care of the chest tube area
Cleaning & Diaper Changing
Practice cleaning, bathing, and diaper changing while neonate is in the incubator
Use cold cream to simulate cleaning vernix off of neonate’s delicate skin
Waterproof and completely immersible in water
Delivery
Practice emergency delivery and transport scenarios
Gastrointestinal (GI)
Left nostril accepts a functioning 5 FR nasogastric (NG) tube for practicing tube feeding and suctioning
Monitoring
Various monitors, sensors, and electrodes may be attached and connected, just as they would be on a real neonate
Neural Tube Defect (Myelomeningocele)
Optional structure representing an open neural tube defect easily attaches to the back
Observation & Measurement
Observe and measure each part of the body (head, umbilicus, skin, etc.)
Scenarios
Build your own high-risk delivery, emergency, transport, and NICU scenarios
Skin & Wound Care
Soft, durable lifelike skin
Delicate appearance and texture of real skin
Skin breakdown is visible in three typical sites: occiput (back of head) and both heels
Practice visual observation, care, prevention of skin breakdown, and bandaging
Stomas
Single, removable, nonfunctional stomas to practice bag attachment, care, and cleaning of the ostomy sites
Suction
Practice suctioning nose, oral cavity, and stomach
Umbilicus
Soft, lifelike umbilicus has one functioning patent vessel
Practice placement of umbilical lines
Practice blood withdrawal or infuse fluids through a catheter using internal fluid reservoir
A separate nonfunctioning umbilicus represents an optional omphalocele
Made of soft, realistic material
Can be attached and detached easily
Venous Access
Four dry pre-ported sites can accept an IV catheter or butterfly infusion needle: right temporal vein, left antecubital fossa, dorsum of left hand, and right saphenous vein
Patent umbilicus



Life/formŽ Micro-Preemie Simulator Light


Product Number: 170-LF01280

Price: USD350.00

To check availability of this item, enter your billing zip code:

Quantity:   
Product Description

Life/form® Micro-Preemie Simulator, Light
Approximately 12% or 1 out of every 8 newborns arrive prematurely. Delivery of an extremely low birth weight infant (Less than or equal to 1,000 g) remains to be an extreme medical emergency, requiring specialized techniques and equipment. Simulates 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. Extraordinary realism is achieved with the preemie’s 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. 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, requires no specialized equipment, and is compact and highly mobile. Use for meeting objectives of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program’s course curriculum. Includes Micro-Preemie Simulator, diaper, hat (color may vary), umbilicus, omphalocele, neural tube defect, bilateral chest block, unilateral chest block, airway, 3 cc syringe, 25-gauge butterfly needle, lubricant, blood powder, and bulb and tube assembly.
5-year warranty.
Ship weight 4 lbs.
Airway, Breathing, & Ventilation
Realistic chest compressions
ET tube insertion
Bilateral lung expansion with visually dramatic chest rise
Unilateral chest movement option (collapsed lung and mainstem intubation)
Positive pressure ventilation
Sellick maneuver
NG/OG tube insertion
Chest rise and fall with mechanical ventilation
Auscultation of lung sounds during ventilation
Manually control rate and depth of respiration
Suctioning
Chest Tube
A permanent site in the neonate’s right side accepts a nonfunctional 8-10 FR chest tube
Practice chest tube insertion and care of the chest tube area
Cleaning & Diaper Changing
Practice cleaning, bathing, and diaper changing while neonate is in the incubator
Use cold cream to simulate cleaning vernix off of neonate’s delicate skin
Waterproof and completely immersible in water
Delivery
Practice emergency delivery and transport scenarios
Gastrointestinal (GI)
Left nostril accepts a functioning 5 FR nasogastric (NG) tube for practicing tube feeding and suctioning
Monitoring
Various monitors, sensors, and electrodes may be attached and connected, just as they would be on a real neonate
Neural Tube Defect (Myelomeningocele)
Optional structure representing an open neural tube defect easily attaches to the back
Observation & Measurement
Observe and measure each part of the body (head, umbilicus, skin, etc.)
Scenarios
Build your own high-risk delivery, emergency, transport, and NICU scenarios
Skin & Wound Care
Soft, durable lifelike skin
Delicate appearance and texture of real skin
Skin breakdown is visible in three typical sites: occiput (back of head) and both heels
Practice visual observation, care, prevention of skin breakdown, and bandaging
Stomas
Single, removable, nonfunctional stomas to practice bag attachment, care, and cleaning of the ostomy sites
Suction
Practice suctioning nose, oral cavity, and stomach
Umbilicus
Soft, lifelike umbilicus has one functioning patent vessel
Practice placement of umbilical lines
Practice blood withdrawal or infuse fluids through a catheter using internal fluid reservoir
A separate nonfunctioning umbilicus represents an optional omphalocele
Made of soft, realistic material
Can be attached and detached easily
Venous Access
Four dry pre-ported sites can accept an IV catheter or butterfly infusion needle: right temporal vein, left antecubital fossa, dorsum of left hand, and right saphenous vein
Patent umbilicus