Practice respiratory and critical care training: CAE HPS responds to real anaesthetic gases, oxygen therapy and medications.
Delivers simulation so real that its lungs can consume oxygen and produce carbon dioxide.
High-fidelity simulator can flow trigger or pressure trigger a ventilator to cycle and may be configured to display respiratory distress or agitation toward the ventilator.
Other features include: Eyes, ears and mouth secretions to detect trauma; Range of motion in the wrists, elbows, knees and ankles; Ability to interface with real clinical monitors and ventilators; Left-arm blood-pressure management by auscultation and palpation.
CAE HPS helps prepare health professionals for various encounters:
Abnormal breathing: Increase lifesaving measures by using the realistic airway system to practice bag-valve-mask ventilation and intubation.
Unconsciousness: Learn correct CPR hand placement, depth and rate of compressions with physiological feedback.
Fluid deprivation: Practice IV cannulation with flashback supported in the simulator’s right arm, including the brachial, cephalic, basilic and antecubital veins.