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S3101 Hal

Hal in SIM lab


Special Features

      • Active Eyes
      • Wireless commands control whether the eyes are open or closed, their blink rate, pupil size, and pupil reaction
      • Fluid Drain at 5th Intercostal Space
      • Bilateral drainage using conventional large diameter chest tubes.
      • Cyanosis around mouth
      • Bowel Sounds
      • Seizures


      • Oral or nasal intubation
      • Programmable airway to control tongue edema, pharyngeal swelling, and laryngospasm
      • Perform tracheostomy or needle cricothyrotomy
      • Sensors detect depth of intubation
      • Automatic unilateral chest rise with right mainstem intubation
      • Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing


      • Control rate and depth of respiration and observe chest rise
      • Ventilation is measured and logged
      • Gastric distention with excess bag-valve-mask ventilation
      • Select independent left, right, upper, and lower lung sounds
      • Multiple lung sounds are synchronized with selectable breathing patterns
      • Accommodates assisted ventilation, including bag-valve-mask and mechanical support
      • Four needle decompression sites
      • Left and right unilateral chest rise simulate pneumothoraces


      • Multiple heart sounds
      • Chest compressions are measured and logged
      • Blood pressure can be taken bilaterally using a cuff, palpation, or auscultation
      • Radial pulse stops when cuff pressure exceeds systolic pressure
      • Korotkoff sounds audible between systolic and diastolic pressures
      • Pulses are continuous, synchronized with the ECG,even during a paced rhythm

Hal has conductive skin regions so you can:

      • Apply real electrodes and AED pads
      • Use real EMS equipment
      • See Hal’s ECG on your AED

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