When you're born a little earlier than planned, you need the best possible care.
The UK has one of the highest premature baby birth rates in the world, with more than 60,000 premature babies born each year. Every neonatal story is different.
And the level of care babies and their families receive in the NICU affects their long-term outcomes.
When the stakes are this high and the patient so precious, getting the treatment and care right is so important.
Paul is the world's smallest high-tech patient simulator and allows you to practice intubation in the safe surroundings of the simulation suite.
Paul has been developed by Neonatologists and combines a highly realistic appearance with highly realistic internal anatomy. He has a body length of 35cm and weighs 1090g.
His inner and outer anatomy was developed based on MRI data from real premature babies of 27 weeks +3 pregnancy, creating a previously unseen level of realism for premature and low birth weight infants.
Paul features a unique, realistic airway that enables you to practice intubating a premature baby in the safety of the simulation suite environment.
The control laptop included with Paul allows you to manage his clinical state, which changes in response to the actions taken by your team.
The simulated patient monitor replicates the different monitor displays you will see in the NICU and displays Paul’s vital signs, including heart rate, respiratory level, and oxygen saturation.
Simulation training with Paul not only allows you to practice and develop the skills needed to care for premature babies. Paul’s realism also allows your team to develop the empathy skills needed to provide family-centred care.
With Paul, you can create highly realistic training scenarios that develop the communication skills and empathy needed to support the parents of premature babies.
By creating the most immersive training experiences possible Paul can help to improve the outcomes of the patients who require the most special level of care- premature babies.
Experience Paul’s realism for yourself. Contact us to find out more and book a demonstration.