The NENASim Newborn is a realistic interactive simulator, to be used for various training scenarios. It simulates a baby from 0 to 4 weeks old. The NENASim Newborn allows for a variety of medical procedures, preparing medical staff and everyone involved on the great responsibility of care for a newborn baby. The main assets of the Newborn are its realistic airway, life-like feel and looks and task-training functionalities.
NENASim offers an ideal training solution for a wide range of healthcare professional including but not limited to patient care, emergency medical intervention and resuscitation training for dynamic team or individual training.
NENASim Newborn is available in various degrees of fidelity:
Benefits at a glance
- Suitable for a wide range of healthcare professions.
- Realistic eyes, head, and limbs in looks and feel.
- Intubation through anatomically realistic airway.
- IV access points.
- CPR training.
The most realistic baby simulator
Realism is key in our design philosophy. Simulator training gives medical teams the experience, competence and confidence they desire. Realism adds to the quality and effectivity of training. NENASim is developed through extensive feedback programs to produce an engaging baby patient experience for medical professionals. Form and function come together in a realistic, interactive simulator, ready to be used in training for all levels of care.
Lifelike looks and feel
The fragile stature of Newborn babies is accurately experienced through the realistic looks and feel of the simulator. Being fully enveloped in skin, having eyes with eyelids, proportioned as a newborn, the NENA-Newborn feels alive. This is a great asset for the preparation of staff and family, which can require close skin-to-skin contact as a potential care technique. The skin is soft to the touch, easy to clean and durable.
The airway is has a tongue, vocal cords, trachea and esophagus. The Newborn can be endotracheal and nasally intubated. Ventilation generates a rise in the chest. Improper intubation and ventilation leads to a rise of the belly.
Training handling of a newborn baby
The Newborn enables medical teams to work together in caring for a newborn baby. By giving the trainees different roles within predefined scenarios, medical skills and teamwork are tested and improved.
IV access points
There are multiple IV access points to train with. On the scalp two wet IVs can be placed on the superficial temporal veins. Fluids are then drained.
The NENA-Newborn can be used to practice CPR, using the two-thumb technique.
NENASim Newborn models compared
|NENASim Newborn ALS||NENASim Newborn Care|
|Lifelike anatomical model with human physiology|
|Simulate a wide variety of clinical situations|
|Realistic airway with tongue, vocal cords, trachea, and esophagus.|
|Umbilical cord intubation|
|IV access points|