Cambridge University Hospitals

Range of Simulation Manikins


HPS

The human patient simulator is a high fidelity computer-model driven
full sized mannequin. It can simulate crisis medical situations testing students for both their clinical and non-technical skills and their ability to work effectively under pressure. Medical emergencies such as anaphylaxis, acute myocardial infarction, major haemorrhage and shock states respond physiologically to treatments.

It features:

  • Highly precise computer modelling of human physiology and pharmacology

  • Eyes that blink, open and close in response to conscious levels, and pupils that react to light Audible heart beat and sounds.

  • Arrhythmias and cardiac arrest programmes respond to CPR and defibrillation protocols

  • Respiratory programmes include breath sounds and pneumothorax which enable the safe practice of needle decompression.

ECS

The ECS (Emergency Care Simulator) is a high fidelity, computer-model
driven, full sized mannequin. It can simulate crisis medical situations testing students for both their clinical and non-technical skills and their ability to work effectively under pressure. Medical emergencies such as anaphylaxis, acute myocardial infarction, major haemorrhage and shock states respond physiologically to treatments.

It features:

  • Highly precise computer modelling of human physiology and pharmacology.

  • Eyes that blink, open and close in response to conscious levels, and pupils that react to light Audible heart beat and sounds.

  • Arrhythmias and cardiac arrest programmes respond to CPR and defibrillation protocols.

  • Respiratory programmes include breath sounds and pneumothorax which enable the safe practice of needle decompression.

The ECS has the added versatility of portability. This provides students
with the opportunity to practice emergency medicine in a variety of different environments.

PEDIA SIM

The Pedia Sim offers highly developed paediatric models that generate realistic and automated responses to interventions and drug administration. It can simulate crisis medical situations, testing students for both their clinical and non-technical skills and their ability to work effectively under pressure. Medical emergencies such as anaphylaxis, acute myocardial infarction, major haemorrhage and shock states respond physiologically to treatments.

It features:

  • Highly precise computer modelling of human physiology and pharmacology.

  • Eyes that blink, open and close in response to conscious levels, and pupils that react to light Audible heart beat and sounds.

  • Arrhythmias and cardiac arrest programmes respond to CPR and defibrillation protocols.

  • The respiratory programme includes breath sounds.

SIM MAN

SimMan is a portable and well-proven software and an interactive, technologically advanced manikin. It allows learners to practice the emergency treatment of patients on an advanced patient simulator for team training. SimMan has realistic anatomy and clinical functionality. SimMan provides simulation-based education to challenge and test students’ clinical and decision-making skills during realistic patient care scenarios.

SIM BABY

SimBaby is the portable advanced infant patient simulator for team training. SimBaby has realistic anatomy and clinical functionality that enables simulation training. SimBaby includes software with video debriefing and an interactive technologically advanced manikin allowing learners to practice the emergency treatment of infant patients.

The realistic airway system allows accurate simulation of all relevant difficult infant airway management and patient care scenarios. Realistic infant breathing patterns and complications bring realism to the infant simulation experience. An IV training arm and IV/IO legs allows practice of peripheral intravenous and intraosseous therapy.