High fidelity patient simulator designed for training in performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, intensive care, and life-support procedures

Improving Emergency Preparedness Of Medical Professionals Through Simulation Training And Interprofessional Education

  • Automatic blinking, depending on the physiological state of the patient; pupils’ reaction to the light or touching of the eyeball
  • Physiological model, correlated with the patient age
  • Simulation of patient speech, coughing, moaning, screaming; possibility of voice communication with the trainee (imitation of active speech) via microphone
  • Pulse: 12 points
  • Imitation of various types of secretion (bleeding, sweating, urination, tears, secretion from ears, nose, mouth)
  • Creation and editing of ECG graphs (additional software)
  • Lips and fingers cyanosis
  • Real-time tracking and analysis of the CPR procedure performance
  • Possibility of inputting individual breathing settings for the lungs (right / left)
  • Life-like mobility and flexion of major joints - neck, shoulders, knee, hip, elbow etc; flexion of the hands and fingers
  • Imitation of different types of seizures
  • Additional elements with imitations of injuries (arms and legs)
  • Virtual imitations of mechanical ventilation machine and anesthetic machine
  • Detailed automatic registration of all actions performed during exercise performance

ADAM.HF is a high-fidelity patient simulator: the highest standard of realism in form and function. It is designed for training in performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, intensive care, and life-support procedures using a wide variety of possible medical situations. Robot patient height – 183 cm, weight – 70 kg, age – 40-50 years.

Studying of Major Medical Skills such as

  • Performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedure (CPR) in accordance with 2010-2015 AHA/ERC Guidelines for CPR and defibrillation with or without use of acute care medications and real defibrillator machine
  • Performance of intubation procedures, normal and with complications (which includes but not limited to tongue edema, laryngeal edema, laryngospasm (requires a coniotomy), left/right bronchus obstruction, trismus), using a variety of medical instruments such as endotracheal tubes, laryngeal mask airway (LMA), combitube and others
  • Decompression of tension pneumothorax
  • Performance of intramuscular, intraosseous and intravenous injections (with type and amount of the administered medicine being automatically recognized) by software
  • Performance of cricoid pressure technique (Sellick’s maneuver)
  • Performance of pleural cavity drainage
  • Auscultation and interpretation of heart, lungs and intestines sounds, and Korotkoff tones which requires a correct positioning of instrument
  • Performance of urethral catheterization

Imitation of different clinical pictures

  • During Cardiac complications - pressure change, heart rate, ECG rhythm change, pulsation power, etc is carried out both on the patient and on the bedside monitor.
  • During respiratory the introduction and maintenance of anesthesia - various complications and critical situations - drug overdose, inflammation, cessation of oxygen supply, failure of mechanical ventilation or NDA, embolism
  • During respiratory complications - changes in the BHD, capnogram, the appearance of cyanosis, loss of consciousness, voices, various wheezing, etc.
  • In case of head injuries, internal injuries of the torso and limbs with different physiological reactions - lack of pupils response, auscultatory pattern on left or right sides, pressure drop (in case of blood loss), convulsions ans seizures