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SUPER TORY Newborn SimulatorSuper Tory from Gaumard® Scientific is a high-fidelity newborn simulator. It’s unique lifelike limb and facial movements and programmable skin coloration allow learners to practice visual assessment. Active movement, true ventilator support, and real patient monitoring are just a few of Super Tory’s features.

Features

  • Full-term newborn: 8 lbs 21 in
  • Crying and grunting
  • Programmable dynamic lung compliance
  • Normal and abnormal heart and lung sounds
  • Blood pressure dependent palpable pulses
  • Programmable movement
    • Mouth: gasping and clenching
    • Blinking rate, eyes opened/closed
    • Arm, leg, wrist flexion, and extension
    • Seizures: single limb, unilateral, or full-body movement
  • Sunken, bulging, or normal fontanel
  • Capillary refill time testing
  • Hand, scalp, umbilicus, IO access
  • Continuous UAC/UVC infusion
  • Pre and postductal SpO2
  • SpO2 and EtCO2 monitoring using real sensors
  • Anatomically accurate airway
  • Intubation depth and neck hyperextension/flexion detection
  • Defibrillate, cardiovert, and pace using real equipment and energy
  • Visible chest rise following guideline recommended flow, PIP, and PEEP values
  • eCPR™ Real-time quality feedback and reporting
    • Compression depth, rate, and interruption duration
    • Ventilation rate and duration
  • Mechanical ventilation modes supported include: ACV, SIMV, CPAP, PCV, PSV, NIPPV
  • Programmable respiratory patterns, retractions, "see-saw" breathing, and abdominal distension
  • Supports therapeutic levels of PEEP
  • Programmable airway and lung function
    • Dynamic lung compliance (low to high)
    • Bilateral bronchi resistance
    • Respiratory effort: triggers ventilator during weaning
  • Bilateral, midaxillary surgical sites for needle decompression and chest tube procedures
    • Palpable bony landmarks
    • Realistic skin supports cutting and suturing
    • Sites bleed when cut and release fluid upon tube insertion
    • Tactile pleural "pop"
  • Real monitoring devices and sensors can be used
    • ECG monitoring
    • ECG-derived respiration monitoring
    • Pre and postductal SpO2 monitoring
    • Oscillometric NIBP
    • Live pacing and defibrillation
    • Capnography
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