A Medical Manikin is a lifelike patient simulator used to represent real-world patients.
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The UAMS Simulation Center is a premiere site for Gaumard® Scientific Company simulators.  The center is populated by a diverse variety of wireless manikins that cover most every age range and can simulate most any healthcare situation.

Below is a list of the center’s current “patients”.

 

VICTORIA® S2200 – Wireless and Tetherless, Maternal and Neonatal Care Patient Simulator

From early pregnancy complications, high-risk deliveries, and postpartum emergencies to non-gravid scenarios for general nursing care,

Victoria simulates a full range of obstetrical events to facilitate teamwork and deepen critical thinking skills in learners of all levels. vickiMore than a childbirth simulator, Victoria is a complete simulation solution developed from decades of obstetrical experience. It is a comprehensive package of tools and support designed to help improve patient safety in women’s health through education and training.

 

 

HAL® S3201 Advanced Multipurpose Patient Simulator

The Hal® 3201 simulator sets a global standard for medical human patient simulation. Tetherless simulator technology allows the communications, compressor, and power supply to be inside HAL®, eliminating external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL 2HAL® operates continuously during transport and training can occur in the working environment. Rush HAL® from the accident scene to the ER, to the ICU, while care providers diagnose and treat his condition using real monitoring and resuscitation equipment. Control HAL® at distances up to 900 Ft. (300 m) and between rooms and floors of conventional buildings. HAL® smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless PC.

 

HAL® S3000 – Wireless and Tetherless, Prehospital and Nursing Care Patient Simulator

HAL’s® advanced design and tetherless technology eliminate external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL 3HAL® operates continuously during transport so that training can occur in the working environment. Rush HAL® from the accident scene to the ER or the ICU, while care providers diagnose and treat his condition using real monitoring and resuscitation equipment. HAL® smoothly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless PC.

 

SUSIE® S2000 – Advanced Nursing Care Patient Simulator and SLE Educational Package

SUSIE is an advanced, wireless and tetherless patient simulator and learning resource solution designed to facilitate the delivery of effective and realistic simulation learning experiences to nursing learners of all levels. SUSIE QSUSIE includes everything you need for rapid integration into your nursing curricula in one easy-to-use package.

 

Pediatric HAL® S3005 – Wireless and Tetherless, Five-Year-Old Patient Simulator

johnnySimulation Made Easy®. Proven HAL® technology. Tetherless with wireless communications. Fully responsive, even during transport. Wireless streaming audio. Automatic or instructor control. New and improved airway features.

 

 

Pediatric HAL® S3004 – Wireless and Tetherless, One-Year-Old Patient Simulator

midgePediatric HAL® allows you to practice providing care to pediatric patients in the accident scene, in the ER, an EMS vehicle, or even in the PICU. HAL® remains fully functional while being moved from place to place so that participants can develop team training and patient hand-off skills.

 

Premie HAL® S2209 30-Week Premature Infant Patient Simulator

premieLifelike, Wireless and Tetherless Preterm Patient Simulator.The Premie HAL® S2209 is a lifelike, wireless and tetherless 30-week preterm patient simulator designed to facilitate the training of residents and health care professionals in the areas of preterm airway management, resuscitation, stabilization, transport, and intensive care.

 

Newborn HAL® S3010 – Wireless and Tetherless, Full-Term Newborn Patient Simulator

newbornNewborn HAL’s® true-to-life physical and physiological features, wireless mobility, and ease-of-use allow you to simulate realistic clinical cases. Whether training occurs in a simulation center, in-situ, or in-transit, participants of any level can practice the skills needed to provide safe and effective care to neonatal patients.

 

For additional information on simulators, tour, or booking of the Simulation Center contact Mike Wallace, Center Manager at 501-603-1864, or simulationcenter@uams.edu