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Introducing LUCY – An Emotionally Engaging Birthing Simulator

Last updated: 22nd November, 2017

LUCY Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Simulators are simulation systems designed to present the complex needs of a growing demographic with unique health and physical challenges. Creating a new level of physical realism will allow a near-human connection and enhance the immersion in training. Designed to provide a comprehensive and economical birthing experience from prenatal to postnatal delivery scenarios.

This anatomically accurate birthing simulator allows students to experience realistic normal and abnormal deliveries. The quality and simple design make LUCY easy to use and care for, while teaching patient techniques for all levels of educator training.

FEATURES

  • Lightweight, full-body female —66” long, 35-lb. weight
  • Simple to transport in pre-hospital scenario training
  • Superior range of motion with fully articulated joints
  • Bony landmarks including ischial spines
  • Change appearance quickly with multiple hair and eye color combinations
  • 5-year warranty

 

FUNCTIONS

  • Airway management — intubation and ventilation with chest rise
  • Amniotic sac
  • Articulating arms and legs
  • Articulating baby — 18” long, 22-lb. weight
  • Birthing positions — hands and knees, lateral, supine
  • Breech deliveries —complete, incomplete, Footling, and Frank
  • Cervical dilation — 6 stages
  • Cesarean section delivery
  • CPR
  • Deliveries — vaginal, cesarean, forceps-assisted, and vacuum-assisted
  • Episiotomy repair
  • External version
  • Fetal palpation — abdominal and Leopold’s maneuvers
  • Fetal suction
  • Fundal massage
  • Intramuscular injection sites (maternal only), right deltoid, left deltoid, right thigh
  • Manual birthing maneuver — instructor/student-controlled fetal descent
  • Membrane rupture
  • Oral and nasal care — lavage, gavage, suctioning
  • Patient positioning and transfer techniques
  • Placenta previa
  • Postpartum care
  • Postpartum hemorrhage
  • Scale electrode placement
  • Shoulder dystocia maneuvers — McRobert’s, Suprapubic Pressure, Rubin’s I and II, Wood’s Screw, Reverse Wood’s Screw, Posterior Arm, Gaskin
  • Umbilical cord clamping and cutting
  • Umbilical cord prolapse

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