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Simulators

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At the Clinical Simulation Centre we have a selection of High-Fidelity manikins that can be used for a variety of courses and training. Below is some of the kit we currently use:
SimJunior
 
SimJunior 

SimJunior replicates a 6 year old boy that who can be controlled to simualte  a wide range of conditions from a healthy, talking child to an unresponsive, critical patient with no vital signs.   

 
SimMan 3G

  SimMan

SimMan 3G is an adult patient simulator designed to deliver the most realistic training possible whilst remaining easy to set up and simple to operate.
SimMan 3G comes with a long list of features that will optimise simulation training scenarios including automatic drug recognition, light sensitive pupils, bodily fluid excretion and Wi-Fi portability.
Wireless technology makes SimMan 3G flexible and mobile, so that it is possible to conduct training for the entire rescue chain and allow team training which includes patient handover and emergency reporting. Click here to see more detailed information on SimMan 3G.
 

SimMom

SimMom


SimMom is an advanced full body birthing simulator with accurate anatomy and functionality to facilitate multi-professional obstetric training of birth management, with both manual and automatic delivery mode.

   
SimBaby
 SimBaby
SimBaby is an advanced infant patient simulator ideal for training in all aspects of infant care. With realistic anatomy and clinical functionality, SimBaby is suitable for all types of training - from routine care to critical emergencies. 

'The treatment I have received from all the staff has been excellent and could you extend my thanks to them all. A very thankful and relieved patient'.

Patient, Dermatology Outpatients Department, University Hospital of North Durham