The University of New England's clinical simulation labs use high fidelity patient simulators placed in realistic settings such as patient exam, trauma and operating rooms. This allows students and visiting clinicians to be totally immersed in patient care scenarios in which they can safely practice and build upon their clinical skills. Our mannequins are programmed to mimic human responses and to offer a variety of different learning opportunities.
Laerdal SimMan 3G
Laerdal's SimMan 3G offers a drug recognition system, difficult airway functions, CPR analysis, and the ability to bleed, cry and froth. SimMan 3G is also fully wireless, which makes mobile simulation possible for our faculty and students.
Laerdal SimMan Essential
Laerdal’s SimMan Essential is a full-body adult wireless patient simulator. This realistic simulator provides opportunities to practice a wide variety of clinical skills including airway and cardiac management.
Pediatric Hal is an untethered fully responsive wireless simulator. Five-year-old Hal is controlled using a wireless tablet PC to quickly generate multiple patient situations while tracking the actions of care providers.
Gaumard Newborn Hal
Gaumard’s Newborn Hal is a neonatal simulator, realistically representing a 40-week gestation baby. This tetherless mannequin has many features, such as motion, skin color changes, a realistic airway and vocal sounds.
Gaumard’s Susie is an advanced tetherless simulator providing realistic opportunities for learning pre-hospital and nursing care. Susie’s advanced electronics allow for comprehensive feedback to students as they hone their care giving skills.
Gaumard Adult Hal
Gaumard’s Adult Hal is a complex mannequin capable of handling simple to complex scenarios. He seamlessly transitions between physiologic states in response to commands from a wireless computer and has advanced airway capabilities.