CAE Healthcare delivers the best in pediatric simulation, because we know parents want the best for their children. With PediaSIM, users benefit from validated physiology and exceptional features, allowing them to gain advanced skills and competency in pediatric care. CAE Healthcare's PediaSIM is a realistic reproduction of a six-year-old child that provides advanced pediatric simulation training so healthcare providers can perform at their best in pediatric critical care.
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING IN PEDIATRICS
The PediaSIM patient manikin supports a wide range of realistic, clinical interventions that enable learners to practice the high demands of children's healthcare in a risk-free training environment.
REALISTIC AIRWAY SYSTEM
PediaSIM features an advanced airway management system for realistic practice in nasal/oral intubation and transjet ventilation. PediaSIM HPS supports advanced airway management, mechanical ventilation, and oxygen therapy with monitoring using actual clinical equipment for even more realism in training.
EASE OF OPERATION
Operating PediaSIM is simple and intuitive with the standard Müse interface and menu of Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) which can be preset easily, so an instructor can focus more time on teaching.
TWO LEARNING PLATFORMS
Users may choose between two platforms -- PediaSIM HPS for anesthesia, respiratory and clinical care, and the PediaSIM ECS, designed for medicine, nursing and health sciences -- to gain advanced skills and competency in the full spectrum of pediatric care.
- Realistic modeling of a six year-old patient
- Advanced airway management capability
- Accommodates gastric distention with esophageal intubation
- Measures presence or absence of carbon dioxide exhalation
- CPR metrics with rate of compressions reflected in physiological feedback rather than virtual target on instructor’s workstation
- Realistic cardiac, breathing, bowel and vocal sounds
- Pharmacology system models automatically calculate pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for 56 intravenous and inhaled medications