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Ventilation skills focus
Adjustable lung capacity
APA and AHA protocols for Neonate & Baby
Neonate and Baby Available
Extremely accurate volume and rate sensor
Practice Protocol Timing
Released 12 November 2020. This new recommendation changes how you perform Rescue Breaths on a pediatric patient. The rate of providing a ventilation is the same how the number of ventilations provided is increased from 12 - 20 to 20 - 30. Physically for the person providing the breaths this is a significant change.
A full new activity has been added. Also the existing protocol of 2015 remains so that you can continue to use the protocol and then change to the new one when you are ready. If you already have a SmartMan baby running version 2.0 or later, you can download the software for free."
This is a full baby manikin which simulates a baby from one month of age to 12 months of age. It has an excellent look and feel and is suitable for both in arm CPR and around the chest CPR It sets the standard for accuracy and ease of understanding the real time feedback. It is designed to improve how well you perform chest compressions, ventilations and CPR.
The Pro+ provides an extra level of professional training for ventilations. Ventilations are extra important with infants as babies often have respiratory difficulties. The ventilations SIM provides high level training for correct use of a BVM. You see volume and rate as well as the tidal flow. It also provides interval training and supports both 0.5 and 1.0 second inspiration times. More on PRO+
To respond to the fact that babies vary a great deal in size, both the SmartBaby and Neonate give the user the unique ability to adjust lung capacity. The adjustment is an easy to use, single button click. You have 5 settings to choose from and it then applies across all of the activities in your package. With breakthrough technology it is accurate and sensitive to very small volumes of air.
This full size neonate simulates a new born to 1 month of age. The chest compressions are sensitive to full release and it requires correct positioning of the head. This manikin has sensors which are particularly sensitive to low volumes of air.
With the extra sensitive low volume ventilations it has several activities to improve 3:1 CPR. This is a difficult protocol to perform well. There is a special activity to improve how you produce a small puff of air and you learn correct rate and volume. More on PRO+
The neonate is specifically designed to be extra sensitive for ventilations. A new born requires a small rapid puff of air. In rescue breaths this is done 40-60 times per minute. This accuracy creates an extra realism during training for both CPR and in ventilations training.
SUMMARY Description of Pediatric Products
The research is clear that in order to attain a high quality of CPR performance, feedback is necessary. SmartMan is easy to understand and is able to demonstrate that people achieve very high performance levels.
As you perform on the manikin, SmartMan will produce a visual response. With 3 basic colors it is easy to respond and hone your performance so that it is optimal for the patient.
SmartMan provides objective feedback. An objective accurate metric is important for attaining the required threshold for performing quality CPR that is required to improve survival rates.