Premature Anne



Exceptional training makes all the difference

The first 10 minutes is critical for a preterm newborn. When complications arise, providers must be prepared to deliver quality care. Premature Anne is designed to prepare providers with realistic experiences to help save these tiniest of lives.

    

  Realistically proportioned preterm infant
  Anatomically accurate airway designed to train airway management including the placement of an ET tube
  Realistic training experience supports delivery of American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal Resuscitation Program™ (NRP).
  The features of Premature Anne are aligned with the objectives of the NRP course curriculum
  Premature Anne is highly mobile for use in multiple clinical settings and in transport scenarios

      

      

Choose a configuration to meet your learning objectives

Premature Anne Task Trainer

When used as a task trainer, Premature Anne is designed to help a learner develop and gain competence through hands on training.

Premature Anne Task Trainer is designed to strengthen skills in:

  • Airway management techniques
  • Delivering compressions
  • Vascular access (umbilicus)
  • Practice placement in dry pre-ported IV sites

Premature Anne Task Trainer is available as:

Premature Anne with SimPad PLUS

Premature Anne, when paired with SimPad PLUS, helps place learners in scenarios that simulate real-life experiences.

Training scenarios can be conducted in-situ to enhance and improve cross-functional team communication within the setting they will perform. These realistic simulations will help to strengthen the learner's ability to assess, diagnose and treat preterm infants as part of a team.

 

    

    

Partnering to improve preterm infant outcomes

Developed in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, Premature Anne Task Trainer will allow for new opportunities to integrate the latest technologies into preterm infant training programs.

Pairing Premature Anne Task Trainer and educational content developed and validated by the American Academy of Pediatrics allows learners to master the skills needed to care for preterm infants and ultimately improve patient outcomes.

     

   



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