Life/form® Newborn Nursing Skills and ALS Simulato

  • Use for meeting objectives of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program’s course curriculum
  • Newborn size: 19 in. L (crown to heel), 7-1/2-lb. weight, 14-1/2 in. head circumference
  • Includes simulator, replaceable airway (2), bilateral lung, collapsed lung, functional (patent) umbilicus, omphalocele, myelomeningocele, hand skins (2), foot skins (2), vein system for hand, vein system for foot, 500 ml fluid supply bag (2), 3 cc syringe with needle, 25 gauge infusion butterfly needle, 25 ml syringe, artificial blood powder, lubricant, baby powder, and hard carry case
  • 5-year warranty

Airway, Breathing, and Ventilation

  • Anatomical landmarks
  • Auscultation of lung sounds during ventilation
  • Bilateral lung expansion with visually dramatic chest rise
  • ET tube insertion
  • Manually control rate and depth of respiration
  • Positive pressure ventilation
  • Realistic chest compressions
  • Sellick maneuver
  • Unilateral chest movement option (collapsed lung and mainstem intubation)

Birth Anomalies

  • Neural tube defect (Myelomeningocele) easily attaches to the back
  • Omphalocele

Chest Tube

  • Practice chest tube insertion and care of the chest tube area

Cleaning and Diaper Changing

  • Practice cleaning, bathing, and diaper changing
  • Waterproof and completely immersible

Gastrointestinal (GI)

  • Accepts a OG/NG tube for practicing tube feeding and suctioning


  • Various monitors, sensors, and electrodes may be attached and connected

Observation and Measurement

  • Observe and measure each part of the body (head, umbilicus, skin, etc.)


  • Build your own high-risk delivery, emergency, transport, and NICU scenarios


  • Delicate appearance and texture of real skin
  • Soft, durable lifelike skin


  • Practice suctioning nose, oral cavity, and stomach


  • Can be attached and detached easily
  • Made of soft, realistic material
  • Practice blood withdrawal or infuse fluids
  • Patent umbilicus with venous and arterial access

Venous Access

  • Accepts IV catheter or butterfly infusion needle
  • IV hand and foot with realistic flashback from pressurized system
  • Soft, lifelike skins with small lumen tubing for realistic practice
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Life/Form® Breast Examination Simulator

The most lifelike model available for teaching and practicing breast palpation techniques. Excellent model for hospitals and medical clinics to use in teaching women the proper techniques of breast examination.

Special vinyl formulations have been used to create the most lifelike look and feel possible. A unique feature of this simulator is the realistic fluid breast mass. This mass allows displacement of breast tissue under palpation almost exactly as it occurs in a live patient.

Each breast contains abnormalities. The left has a small nodule in the upper outer quadrant and a fibroadenoma in the lower inside quadrant. The right breast has a fixed lump in the upper outer quadrant, a fluid filled cyst in the lower inside quadrant, and a round lump movable discrete mass directly under the nipple.

The simulator allows women to practice all phases of breast examination in both a sitting and supine position. This lightweight simulator is designed with a concave back to allow placement against the patient for ease in demonstrating or practicing palpation techniques.

The Life/form® Breast Examination Simulator is complete with teaching guide, American Cancer Society Guide to Breast Examination, and storage box. Now also includes a neck strap (3 ft. long) and a waist strap (4 ft. long) that are adjustable and can be strapped on. Five-year warranty.

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HEMS carrying bag for the horizontal transport of injured persons. Protective bag to fully enclose the patient, manufactured from high strength, water- and wind resistant perlon PES fibre

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CPR Trainer

All CPR instructors must be current on their skills and supplies to meet the American Heart Association CPR training guidelines. That means providing students with the latest in-class tools, including CPR voice prompts (AHA recommended) as well as AED instruction.

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