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Apollo Patient Simulator

Apollo Patient Simulator — Not just renamed. Apollo is METIman reborn. All good things do not have to come to an end. They can be reimagined. They can be refreshed. They can be revitalized. They can be reborn. Apollo is the rebirth of METIman. Apollo retains all the essentials that made METIman the perfect companion […]


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Athena Patient Simulator

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 […]


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iStan

Fully mobile with unlimited patient states and scenarios iStan is the most advanced wireless patient simulator on the market, with excellent articulation and full mobile capabilities. iStan’s modeled, integrated physiology allows instructors to launch a simulation with two clicks, or to program an unlimited number of patient states and scenarios for advanced practice. Key Features […]


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PediaSIM

Realistic physiology for practice of pediatric care  — because children are not just small adults. PediaSIM represents a six-year-old patient with a realistic airway, thorax and anatomical features to support a wide range of clinical interventions. PediaSIM is available on the HPS platform, which is designed for anesthesia, respiratory and critical care, or the ECS […]


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BabySIM

Infant patient simulator for life-saving critical care Driven by validated models of infant cardiovascular, pulmonary and neurological systems, BabySIM generates automatic responses to clinical interventions to prepare healthcare professionals for critical events relating to infants. Key Features Airway • An anatomically realistic upper airway (oropharynx, nasopharynx and larynx), representing that of a three-to six-month-old patient. […]


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