Micro-Preemie Infant Simulator

According to a WHO study one out of ten babies is born prematurely. Delivery of an extremely low birth weight infant (=1000g) remains to be an extreme medical emergency. The Micro-Preemie manikin simulates a 25-week neonate – the smallest, most realistically proportioned. The manikin is entirely flexible and offers training opportunities for a number of commonly performed procedures nn 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

Features & Functions:
– Airway, breathing, and ventilation
– Chest tube
– Cleaning and diaper changing
– Delivery
– GI
– IV access
– Monitoring
– Neural tube defect (Myelomeningocele)
– Observation and measurement
– Scenarios
– Simulated breathing
– Skin and wound care
– Skin is very soft and lifelike
– Stoma care
– Suction
– Umbilicus with optional omphalocele
– Various monitors, sensors, electrodes, etc., can be attached to the manikin wherever needed
– Ventilation

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.

Age: 25-week gestation, length: 30 cm from head to heel, hand-to-hand
Width: 22 cm, head circumference: 23 cm, head depth: 8 cm, shoulder-toshoulder
Width: 10 cm, stomach circumference: 22 cm, toe-to-toe width: 15 cm, torso depth: 5 cm
Weight: 0.91 kg