Simulation Education at Banner Health  

High-Fidelity Simulators

 

Banner Simulation System offers a wide array of highly advanced equipment for training and skills development:

Our high-fidelity simulators:

 

HIGH-FIDELITY SIMULATORS

Equipment

Description 

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SimNewB

Newborn patient simulator with realistic newborn traits provides lifelike clinical feedback.

Used for training for the specific needs of neonates. Provides simulation-based education to challenge and test students’ clinical and decision-making skills. 

Includes extensive airway, breathing, cardiac, vascular, circulation and sound features. 

SimNewB
SimBaby

Infant patient simulator has realistic anatomy and clinical functionality to challenge and test students’ clinical and decision-making skills during realistic patient-care scenarios. Includes extensive airway, breathing, cardiac circulation, vascular, and sound features.

Simbaby
SimMan

Adult patient simulator has realistic anatomy and clinical functionality to challenge and test students’ clinical and decision-making skills during realistic patient care scenarios. Includes extensive airway, breathing, cardiac circulation, vascular, and sound features.

Sim Man
Noelle Maternal and Neonatal Simulator

Birthing patient simulator that allows practicing postpartum suturing on vulval inserts. Other features:

  • Intubatable airway with chest rise
  • Leopold Maneuvers
  • Multiple fetal heart sounds
  • Head descent
  • Cervical dilation measurement
  • Placenta locations
  • Replaceable dilating cervices

An articulating birthing baby with placenta and Neonatal Simulator that can simulate cyanosis are used with Noelle.

Noelle
Emergency Care Simulator
  • Airway management
  • Oxygenation management
  • Fluid administration
  • Defibrillation
  • Drug administration

Simulator is anatomically correct and allows for the physical demonstration of various clinical signs including bleeding, breathing, blinking eyes and convulsions. 

Human physiology models provide appropriate responses to treatment interventions.

 

 

Simulation Education at Banner Health
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