Introduction to LLEAP - Laerdal Learning Application
SimBaby™ is an advanced infant patient simulator ideal for training in all aspects of infant care. With realistic anatomy and clinical functionality, SimBaby is suitable for all types of training - from routine care to critical emergencies.
Treating compromised infants demands realistic team training to ensure healthcare providers are equipped to respond, diagnose and treat critically ill infants in an emergency. The SimBaby™ full-scale simulator has realistic anatomy and clinical functionality to help learners practice and perfect their skills through hands-on experience ensuring best possible outcomes for the youngest of patients.
Infant assessment and care can pose many challenges to the healthcare professional. During an infants first year their physiological development dramatically changes. Simulation in Education can prepare students and professionals to continuously improve basic and advanced clinical skills necessary to ensure the health and well-being of our smallest patients.
SimBaby can help educators achieve the optimal training environment to ensure the best possible patient outcomes. By training in cross-functional teams, simulation scenarios can mirror real-life situations allowing the learner to experience those life and death situations before ever having to respond to a critically-ill patient.
Patient outcomes are dependent on the competence of the healthcare professional. Performing real procedures such as defibrillation, chest tube insertion, and airway management, allows learners to practice core skills in a risk-free environment so that they are better prepared in emergency situations.
Training of all aspects of infant airway management including positive pressure ventilation, insertion of LMA’s, and ET Tubes. The anatomy can be dramatically changed to represent conditions such as tongue edema, pharyngeal swelling, and laryngospasm.
SimBaby can simulate spontaneous breathing patterns with variations in depth and rate, and complications such as retractions and see-saw breathing. Critical conditions such as tension pneumothorax can be simulated and managed through needle thoracentesis, and chest tube insertion. During hypoxic conditions SimBaby will present cyanosis in the mouth region.
The blood pressure can be adjusted and measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds. Pulses can be assessed at the radial, brachial, and femoral pulse points.
SimBaby allows for live defibrillation, pacing, and synchronized cardioversion.
SimBaby has an IV arm and bilateral IO/IV legs, which can be connected to reservoirs to allow for volume infusion and blood sampling.
With lifelike traits such as a fontanel that can be adjusted to present as normal or bulging and torso motion to simulate seizure, SimBaby helps healthcare providers recognize and manage pediatric emergencies.
Operate this simulator, as well as all other Laerdal PC-operated simulators, with LLEAP software. LLEAP brings simplicity to running simulation training and efficiencies to the management and development of scenarios.
From basic assessment scenarios to highly complex clinical cases, LLEAP offers ease of use while delivering the performance required by even the most experienced simulation user.
From simulation novices to sophisticated developers, SimCenter has the tools and services to help users realise their full potential. Visit laerdal.com/SimCenter to learn how to optimise your simulation training.
Standardized scenarios from SimStore offer expert authored validated content that help to boost your productivity, while ensuring consistent educational experiences for your learners.
A suite of online tools that allows you to fully optimise your entire simulation center operation
Services & Programs
Laerdal Educational Services offer instructor-led on-site courses to help instructors implement best practices in simulation using hands-on interactive content. Courses range from how to get started, to basic simulation, to advanced use of simulators. We also offer consultative and custom solutions to help with more specific needs.
Normal & Difficult Airway
Airway opening acquired by head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust
Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airways
Orotracheal and nasotracheal intubation
Endotracheal tube insertion
Gastric tube insertion
Variable lung compliance
Variable airway resistance
Decreased lung compliance
Right mainstem intubation
Spontaneous breathing with variable rate, depth and regularity
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
Normal and abnormal breath sounds – bilateral
Lung Sounds: Normal, course crackles, fine crackles, stridor, wheezes and rhonchi
Unilateral chest movement
Unilateral breath sounds
Unilateral needle thoracentesis mid-clavicular
Unilateral chest tube insertion
Extensive ECG library with rate from 20-360
CPR compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure waveform, and generate artifacts on ECG
Heart Sounds:Normal, systolic murmur, holosystolic murmur, diastolic murmur, continuous murmur and gallop
Blood pressure (BP) measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds
Pulses: Unilateral radial and brachial pulse and bilateral femoral pulses synchronized with ECG
Pulse strength variable with BP
Display of cardiac rhythms via 3-lead ECG monitoring
12-lead dynamic ECG display
Live defibrillation, pacing, and cardioversion
Venous access antecubital fossae, dorsum of the hand and long saphenous vein
Bilateral IO/IV insertion legs
IV bolus and infusion
Simulated blood flashback upon venous cannulation
Interchangeable eyes with normal, constricted and blown (dilated) pupils
Fontanel can present as normal, or bulging
Vocal Sounds: Crying, content, coughing, and hiccup
Simulated Patient Monitor
Highly configurable patient monitor
Simulate several parameters including: ECG, SpO2, CO2, ABP, CVP, PAP, NIBP, TOF, and others
Multimedia capability: Radiology files, Media files, Lab results
Touch screen operation
Easy to operate software
Manual control over all parameters
Scenarios, including Trends and Handlers, can be pre-programmed by user or downloaded on SimStore
Review event log together with synchronized recording of patient monitor and in-room video