Gaumard Scientific has unveiled its new HAL patient simulators and neonatal simulator Newborn Tory at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2015 in Orlando, Florida, which is being held from 8 to 10 November.
The firm is providing demonstrations of its HAL S3201 advanced tetherless patient simulator, Pedi HAL S3004 tetherless one year pediatric simulator and Newborn Tory neonatal simulator with real EtCO2 capabilities at the event.
According to the company, the high fidelity simulators are designed to be consistent with the recently released 2015 CPR/ECC guidelines, and enable full mobility during CPR and ECC training scenarios.
To avoid the use of external tubes, wires and compressors, the firm’s tetherless technology places the communications, compressor, and power supply components inside the simulator body.
Gaumard Scientific executive vice-president John Eggert said: "We’ve designed both our high-fidelity tetherless simulators and our skill trainers to be exceptional CPR and ECC training aides.
"Our sophisticated simulators are not only consistent with the just released 2015 CPR and ECC guidelines, they are also highly innovative and intricate down to the last detail."
In October this year, the company also unveiled new Tory S2210 and HAL S3010 newborn simulators, Victoria S2200 and Noelle S574.100 birthing simulators, Surgical Chloe S2100 patient simulator, Susie S500.200 advanced obstetric simulator and S500 childbirth simulator at The National Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) World Congress 2015 in Vancouver, Canada.
Gaumard produces and markets simulators through its own representatives in the US and Canada, while through 200 distributors in around 70 countries.
Image: Gaumard’s HAL S3201 advanced tetherless patient simulator, one year old pediatric HAL and Newborn Tory. Photo: courtesy of PRNewswire/ Gaumard Scientific Company.