A realistic, full-body adult, wireless patient simulator, SimMan® Essential offers comprehensive clinical functionality to teach the core skills of airway, breathing, cardiac and circulation management.
Offering educators realistic and engaging scenario-based simulation to challenge and evaluate critical thinking and clinical decision-making skills, SimMan Essential provides numerous educational opportunities for its users.
The wireless configuration of SimMan Essential makes it possible to move quickly to wherever your training will be most efficient and realistic. From an emergency situation in a remote location through the process of definitive care in a hospital, from a war-torn battlefield to a busy hospital ward – SimMan Essential injects a greater realism into scenario based training.
For specialist training with military and EMS teams we recommend SimMan Essential Bleeding which incorporates an internal bleeding system. This offers unique benefits for field based trauma training.
SimMan Essential is robust and reliable so it will withstand the rigours of extensive use in field based simulations.
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.
As technology ages, productivity declines, downtime increases, and repair costs can soar. Having a plan for consistent simulation software and equipment updates, which often include new clinical functionality, allows you to provide the best learning opportunities for healthcare providers.
Controllable open/closed airway; automatically or manually controlled
Head tilt/Chin lift
Jaw thrust w/articulated jaw
Suctioning (Oral and Nasopharyngeal)
Combitube, LMA, and other airway placement
Endotracheal tube intubation
Transtracheal jet ventilation
Variable airway resistance on/off
Right main stem intubation
Decreased range of cervical motion
Eyes open, closed and partially open
Eye inserts, manually change pupils
IV arm (right arm) Establish IV
Intraosseous access (tibia and sternum)
Simulated spontaneous breathing
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
Normal and abnormal breath sounds
Manual drug recognition
BP measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds
Carotid, femoral, radial, dorsalis pedis, posterior tibialis pulses and brachialis (only left side) synchronized with ECG
Pulse strength variable with BP
Pulse Palpation is detected and logged
Extensive ECG library
Heart sounds – four anterior locations
ECG rhythm monitoring (4 wire)
12 lead ECG display
Defibrillation and cardioversion
Wireless tablet PC controls simulator remotely
Control multiple manikins from one interface
Control simulations from anywhere on your network
Multiple interfaces can control/observe a single simulation
Simulation controls:Profile Editor
Works with existing SimMan 3G Scenarios
Bowel Sounds – four quadrants
Patient Monitor (Optional)
12 Lead ECG Display
Custom Image Display
Custom Video Display
Oxygen saturation and waveform