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  • Birthing simulator - Lucina AR

    Birthing simulator - Lucina AR

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    • CAE

    CAE LucinaAR Childbirth simulator

    CAE LucinaAR is the only wireless birthing simulator with validated and integrated maternal-fetal physiology and interchangeable static collars to train on all stages of delivery and the rare emergency scenario.

    NEW Augmented reality with the LucinaAR Version

    For additional interactivity, students can use HoloLens to elevate 3D models above the physical model and bypass them. Although it is designed to work with the physical simulator, LucinaAR also allows students to train only with HoloLens.

    LucinaAR brings an impressive mix of features to the market, including a more realistic and controllable birthing process, better articulation for labor and delivery maneuvers, and predicts APGAR scores based on integrated maternal and fetal physiology. From normal deliverance and breech birth to shoulder dystocia and eclampsia, Lucina does it all.

    1. The advanced delivery mechanism is reliable and stable and it is the quietest on the market Tactile realism of mother and fetus allows learners to establish stages of labor, determine delivery cases by seat and perform more interventions, including extraction using a suction cup

    2. Full waist, hip and thigh joint with visible pelvic joint allows practice of obstetric maneuvers including McRobert maneuver Advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation analysis measures quality and depth of chest compressions, ventilation speed and volume, cardiac output and more Signs of epileptic seizures in the mother include tremor, rapid blinking of the eyes, jaw movement and stertorous breathing

    3. Postpartum hemorrhage reservoir holds blood to exercise for a wide range of scenarios including class III hemorrhage Extraction of the placenta with detection of the appropriate level of force for extraction Signs of '' a healthy delivery include wailing and APGAR scores after one minute and five minutes

    4. The fetus meets World Health Organization (WHO) standards for a term newborn baby Automatic detection, response and measurement of left lateral tilt, McRoberts maneuver, suprapubic pressure, pressure maneuvers. Rubin II, Zavanelli and uterine massage Maternal tactile realism includes proper dilation and effacement of the cervix

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