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  Simulaids SMART MOM Basic Birthing Simulator
 
     
  SMART MOM, an obstetrical trainer focused on the two primary challenges in OB deliveries, Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH) and Shoulder Dystocia, also exhibits a wide range of other birthing irregularities. Extensive Fetal Heart Rate (FHR) programming ensures a broad exposure to variations in wave forms to test your practitioners’knowledge and team leadership skills in handling patient treatment modalities. The handheld iPad®* unit controls the birthing position and rotation of the fetus, descent speed, vaginal bleeding, amniotic fluid, meconium, and the mother’s physiological condition in an easy-to-use application. Scenarios are included with the packages and an available library of scenarios makes physiologic changes to treatments simple and quick. Features for the assessment of typical patient status include 10 continuously active pulse points, pupil response and size, blood pressure, heart and lung sounds, spontaneous respirations, and 5-lead monitoring capabilities with defibrillation and pacing. Easy-to-use iPad®* controls ALS features: • Bilateral IV and BP arms • 5-lead ECG monitoring • Intubation • Papillary responses • 10 active pulse points OB features: • Manual delivery • Baby, placenta, and umbilical cord • 6 vaginal fluids for discharge • Palpation of fetus and delivery at same time • 10 scenarios (made up of 36 vignettes) • Flat-screen monitor • Laptop monitor • FHR chart program SMART MOM Basic comes complete with all accessories included: • Adjunct baby for Leopold maneuvers • Birthing baby with placenta and umbilical cord • BP cuff • Flat-screen monitor for FHR • Laptop for mother’s monitor • Pulse oximeter 149; Replacement skin and veinsReplacement vagina/cervix • Simulaids®-engraved iPad®* • Wheeled carry case • *iPad® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries