Medical Education

Premie HAL

Premie HAL is a 30 week tetherless premature neonate from Gaumard® Scientific. Premie HAL breaths, has pulses, you can auscultate heart and lung sounds, and his color and vital signs will change in response to hypoxic events and interventions. Other features include crying, convulsions, oral and nasal intubation, airway sounds and a monitor that displays vital signs, labs, and radiology.

Premie Hal’s features include:

  • Oral and nasal intubation
  • ET tube and LMA insertion
  • Multiple upper airway sounds
  • Chest rise and fall
  • Ventilation is measured and logged
  • Multiple heart sounds, rates, and intensities
  • Chest compressions are measured and logged
  • Color and vital signs respond to hypoxic events and interventions
  • Bilateral, brachial and femoral pulses; pulses at fontanelle and umbilicus
  • Pulse strengths vary with blood pressure and pulses are synchronized with ECG
  • Temperature probe placement sensor
  • View ECGs with physiologic variations generated in real-time
  • Apply real electrodes
  • Crying synchronized with breathing
  • Venous access at bilateral dorsum of hand, patent umbilicus, intraosseous access at tibia, and left foot
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