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Athena Patient Simulator

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More than half of the patients admitted to hospitals each year are female. Athena, the female simulator, prepares your learners to treat them.

• Anatomically correct female body with realistic vocalizations
• Fully wireless and tetherless for mobile simulation and transport scenarios • Advanced airway management, authentic ventilation training, and comprehensive cardiovascular education
• Integrated CPR analysis that is compliant with AHA 2015 guidelines
• Powered by Müse for modeled physiology that responds automatically without instructor intervention, or by Vïvo for manual operation that is fully instructor controlled


Key Features
Airway and Breathing

  • Spontaneous breathing
  • Neck articulation for sniffing position
  • Articulated mandible for jaw thrust maneuver
  • Unilateral and bilateral chest excursions synchronized with the ventilation (spontaneous and mechanical)
  • Anatomically realistic and durable upper airway designed to allow for laryngoscopy and oral intubation (LMAs, endotracheal tubes, oropharyngeal airways)
  • Perfect seal with the airway adjuncts
  • Bag-valve-mask ventilation
  • Symmetric and asymmetric lung ventilation
  • Mechanical ventilation and different ventilation modes (CMV, SIMV)
  • Ventilation efficacy reflected in the alveolar and

Neurological

  • Reactive pupils with multiple settings
  • Blinking and reactive eyes with multiple settings
  • Seizures associated with rapid blinking and movement of the armsUrinary• Urinary catheterization • Urine output

    Sounds

  • Pre-recorded sounds and speech, custom vocalization recorded by the user, microphone
  • Heart, bowel, and breath sounds (anterior and posterior) independently controlled (type and volume)
  • Audible breathing sounds (wheezing and gasping)Articulation• Range of motion in the wrists, shoulders, knees and ankles

arterial gas concentrations

Circulation

  • Bilateral pulses (carotid, brachial, radial, dorsalis pedis) synchronous with the cardiac cycle. Pulse strength can be controlled
  • Bilateral blood pressure measurement by both auscultation and palpation
  • Pacing and defibrillation
  • 12-lead dynamic ECG display
  • ECGmonitoringpostsandinterfacewithreal ECG monitor
  • Bilateral IV access pointsCPR
  • Correct hand placement detection
  • CPR analysis (compression depth and rate,chest recoil, compression fraction, ventilationvolume and rate)
  • Compliant with 2015 AHA guidelines
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