Supporting diversity and inclusion in simulation-based education and training.
Based on the scan of a real 7 year old girl who has Down Syndrome.
'Gwen' features lifelike fine details such as veins and underlying structures.
Facilitates specialty and inclusive training in managing Down Syndrome.
Accurately represents a few common physical traits of some children who have Down Syndrome: low muscle tone, a difficult airway for intubation, smaller stature, gapping in the toes, almond-shaped eyes, a single deep crease across the centre of the palm, smaller hands and feet.
Includes an airway and articulated mouth for airway management.
Features: ALS airway nasal and oral, CPR, IO Tibia, decompression needle placement, head wig with hand punched hair edges.
Encourages more natural handling, bringing a new level of realism to medical training, supporting emotional engagement.
Available in gender options and range of ethnicities.
Also available: skin conditions and wound effects.