Helping improve neonatal outcomes
SimNewB is a newborn tetherless simulator co-created with the American Academy of Pediatrics, designed to help improve neonatal resuscitation and to meet the specific learning objectives of neonatal resuscitation protocols.
Focusing on the first 10 minutes of life, SimNewB provides realistic training for critical interventions such as lung recruitment maneuvers and advanced airway management.
The SimNewB airway is designed with measurements and materials that will allow learners to understand how it feels to perform an airway management procedure correctly with the appropriate resistance.
The airway allows for training in all aspects of newborn airway management, including the realistic feel of "wet or stiff" lungs to succeed in assisting with first breaths by use of positive pressure airway devices and the placement of oral or nasal ET tubes and LMAs.
The tetherless design makes SimNewB an ideal simulator for in-situ simulation training, a team-based training technique conducted on the patient care units using equipment and resources from that unit and involving actual members of the healthcare team.
The first 10 minutes is critical for a newborn. When complications arise, a highly skilled team of healthcare professionals must be ready to deliver quality care.
SimNewB helps healthcare providers practice in a safe and realistic team-centered environment, where learning to communicate effectively and respond as a team can improve patient outcomes.
Developed in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, SimNewB neonatal simulator will allow for new opportunities to integrate the latest technologies into neonatal training programs.
Pairing SimNewB and educational content developed and validated by organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics allows learners to master the skills needed to care for neonatal patients and ultimately improve patient outcomes.
A complete training solution
SimNewB helps place learners in scenarios that simulate real-life experiences.
Training scenarios can be conducted in-situ to enhance and improve cross-functional team communication within the setting they will perform. These realistic simulations will help to strengthen the learner's ability to assess, diagnose and treat preterm infants as part of a team.
With its intuitive touchscreen interface, mobile design, easy-to-operate scenarios and integrated data log, SimPad PLUS will help you achieve learning objectives with greater ease.
LLEAP software unifies the control of all PC operated Laerdal simulators and helps you to conduct simulation training and develop new scenarios to meet your learning objectives with greater ease.
Capture, share and debrief training sessions using synchronised audio, video, and simulation information from one of Laerdal’s debriefing options.
Anatomically accurate, realistic airway
Lung recruitment manoeuvre
Oral and nasal ET tube insertion
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall with positive-pressure ventilation
Right mainstem intubation
Variable lung resistance
Gastric tube insertion
Spontaneous breathing, with variable rate
Normal and abnormal breath sounds
Simulated oxygen saturation
Unilateral breath sounds
Unilateral needle thoracentesis, mid-axillary
Extensive ECG Library with rates from 10 - 300 bpm
Simulated ECG monitoring via 3-lead monitor
Patent, cuttable umbilicus with venous and arterial access for bolus or infusion
Simulated blood flashback upon cannulation
Bilateral interosseous access
Rotating (selectable) pupils with normal, blown and constricted pupils
Moving limbs: limp, tone, spontaneous motion and seizure
SimStore Scenarios to include 8th Edition NRP curricula
Palpable umbilical pulse
Bilateral brachial pulse
Vocal: Grunt breathing, crying, hiccups and others
Lung: Normal, stridor, pneumonia and others
Heart: Normal, diastolic murmur, systolic murmur and others
Anterior lung sounds
Web-camera recording (SessionViewer PC)
Debrief event log
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