High-Fidelity Equipment

High-fidelity simulators move practice another step closer to reality.

Adult Human Patient Simulator - CAE's Human Patient Simulator (HPS) is a fully automatic, high-fidelity patient simulator specifically designed for training in anesthesia, respiratory and critical care. The HPS is the only patient simulator with the ability to provide respiratory gas exchange, anesthesia delivery and patient monitoring with real physiologic clinical monitors.

PediaSIM Pediatric Human Patient Simulator - The PediaSIM is a complete reproduction of an actual six-year-old child.  It measures 48" tall, weighs 38 pounds, and is fully operational in the supine, lateral and sitting positions. PediaSIM incorporates all of the funtionality of the HPS model.

iStan - The iStan simulator closely mimics the anatomical workings of the human body to a level of realism not possible with other simulators.  Spine, neck, arms and hips all move with incredible life-like accuracy.  iStan is controlled completely wirelessly, and the mannequin is tetherless. This technology allows for more versatility and realism in medical simulations.

SimNewB - SimNewB allows learners to practice a broad range of neonatal skills within a realistic simulation environment. The airway has been designed to allow for training in all aspects of newborn airway management. SimNewB features realistic anatomy, measuring 52.5cm and weighing 3.17kg, a patent umbilicus with life-like pulse, lung compliance that can be manipulated by the instructor, and realistic chest rise that can be adapted to be absent or normal, with breathing rates up to 100 breaths per minute.

PROMPT Birthing Simulator - The PROMPT Birthing Simulator provides a platform for the teaching and acquisition of many of the practical skills required for the successful management of childbirth. It is an integral part of the PROMPT (PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training) course. The PROMPT Birthing Simulator incorporates a number of features which enhance training: an anatomically correct bony pelvis in the mother, silicone pelvic floor musculature and a stretchable perineum. The baby is of newborn size and weight, is fully articulated, and features anatomical landmarks e.g. fontanelles, clavicles and scapula.