MamaNatalie Birthing Simulator



Easy to use birthing simulator

MamaNatalie is a birthing simulator that makes it easy to create very compelling simulations of complex or normal birthing scenarios. It is worn by a standardized patient, who takes the role of the mother, and manually controls the training scenario and the following features:

 

    • Bleeding
    • Positioning and delivery of the baby
    • Delivery of placenta
    • Fetal heart sounds
    • Cervix landmark
    • Urine bladder cathetherization
    • Uterine massage
    • Uterine compression

 

Postpartum hemorrhage and communication training.

The simulator is particularly realistic for training communication with the mother and postpartum hemorrhage control; which is the number one cause of maternal death during childbirth

 

 

MamaNatalie gives birth to NeoNatalie, a highly realistic newborn simulator.

NeoNatalie facilitates effective learning of standard newborn resuscitation. It has realistic size and appearance, and also a natural weight, feel and touch when filled with lukewarm water.

 

 

Simulate a wide range of birthing complications.

MamaNatalie allows you to simulate a huge variety of complications as well as normal birthing scenarios. Some include:

 

Vacuum Assisted Delivery

 

 

Catheterisation

 

 

Breeched Delivery

 

 

Incomplete/Retained Placenta

 



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