The Simulation Lab East is available to all Health and Human Services students.
Simulation Lab East is designed as a single patient room. This room can accommodate the high-fidelity simulators, including Sim Mom, Sim Junior, and Sim Baby. This area can be transformed to mimic a Labor & Delivery Room, Pediatric room, or Medical-Surgical patient room. A one-way mirror separates the simulation room from a control room where faculty observe student performance and adjust the simulator responses.
Meet: SimMom &SimBaby
Manikin Simulator in Simulation Lab East
SimMom is an advanced full body birthing simulator. She gives birth to a full term newborn manikin. SimMom can breathe, has a heartbeat and can speak. The manikin can be programmed to show excessive bleeding, seizures, and signs of infection. The baby’s heartrate can appear on the computer screen. She is equipped with IV access and sites for giving injections.
SimBaby is an advanced infant patient simulator used for training in all aspects of infant care. SimBaby has a heartbeat, can breathe, cry, and can be programmed to turn blue around the lips. SimBaby has a pulse, a blood pressure, and can be utilized for IV access and injections.
Features and pictures on this page attributed to Laerdal at www.laerdal.com/
The Simulation Lab East has other equipment typically found in delivery rooms:
Judith Ruland, PhD., RN, CNE
David Peruski, Ed.D., RN
Jeremy Knous, PhD.
Health & Human Services Dean's Office, H260
University Center, MI-48710
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Web Editor: Imran Khan