Gaumard Victoria Birthing Simulator and New Born Hal

The Noelle simulates foetal descent with rotation as it moves down the birth canal.

Some of the features:

  • Programmable haemorrhage and urinary catheterisation
  • Breathing – chest rises and carotid, radial and brachial pulses.
  • Oral and nasal intubation, difficult airway actuators
  • Normal and abnormal heart sounds
  • IV sites in forearms, IM injection sites in quadriceps and deltoids
  • Vertex, breech and C-section deliveries
  • Birth mechanism and cardinal movements
  • Shoulder dystocia and post-partum haemorrhage & fundal massage
  • Episiotomy repair
  • Perinatal monitoring and maternal & neonatal vital signs monitoring.

Newborn Hal is an intubatable (oral & nasal) 50th percentile neonate at 40 weeks gestation age, with interchangeable genitalia, chest movement, airway sounds, independent left and right lung sounds, multiple heart sounds, blood pressure sounds, pulses, patent umbilicus, intraosseus access at the tibia and bilateral venous access in the arms. It is capable of bluing, gastric distension with excess BVM ventilation and forearm movement to reveal muscle tone (active, medium or limp).