Gaumard SUPER TORY® S2220
Advanced Newborn Patient Simulator
Born to Revolutionize Neonatal Care Training.
SUPER TORY is the first newborn simulator developed to meet the challenges of neonatal care specialist training in real environments. Active movement, true ventilator support, real patient monitoring, and all-day battery life. These are just a few of the revolutionary new capabilities which allow SUPER TORY to simulate complex pathologies and respond to interventions with unparalleled realism. The next generation in simulation is here.
- Optimized For On-The-Fly Control
The UNI touchscreen interface lets you quickly and easily adjust vital sign parameters with just a few taps.
- Preprogrammed Scenario Library
UNI includes 10 Neonatal Care preprogrammed SLE Scenarios designed to help increase realism, reduce the operator’s workload, and standardize simulation events.
Monitor rate and compression depth, no-flow time, ventilation rate, and excessive ventilation; smart trainer features vocal cues and generates performance reports.
- Lab Report Designer
Generate and share simulated diagnostic lab results to enhance case fidelity and participant involvement.
- Time-stamped Event Recording And Reporting
The automated event tracking and interaction recorder ensures important events are always captured so you can focus on the action.
- Provider Actions Tracker
The interactive “Provider Actions” panel lets you carefully track additional team and individual provider actions to generate a comprehensive post-simulation log.
- No Annual Software License Fee
Gaumard is committed to providing you the best value and keeping your program’s operating costs down year after year.
- Free Software Updates
Always stay up-to-date and take advantage of all the newest features at no additional cost.
- Uninterrupted Critical Care Transport.
- Transport, handoffs, NICU evac drills, and more. Super Tory remains fully functional in transit thanks to its extra-long battery life and proven wireless technology.
- Internal Rechargeable Battery
- Up to 8 hrs. of Tetherless Operation
Age: Full-term newborn
Weight: 8 lbs.
Length: 21 in.
Tetherless and wireless; fully responsive during transport 1
Internal rechargeable battery provides up to 8 hr. of tetherless operation 2
Smooth and supple full-body skin with seamless trunk and limb joints
Programmable movement: blinking, mouth open and close, arm and leg flexion and extension
Realistic joint articulation: neck, shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee
Forearm pronation and supination
Lifelike umbilicus and post cord detachment navel
Palpable bony landmarks
NOELLE® Fetus-Newborn wireless link capability
Tablet PC preloaded with UNI® included
Crying/grunting with visible mouth movement
Programmable muscle tone: active, reduced, and limp
Anatomically accurate oral cavity and airway
Nasotracheal/orotracheal intubation (ETT, laryngeal airway)
Head tilt, chin lift, jaw thrust
Supports esophageal intubation
NG/OG tube placement
Bag-valve-mask ventilation support
Neck hyperextension and flexion airway obstruction with event capture and logging
Intubation depth detection and software event log
Spontaneous, continuous breathing
Variable respiratory rates and inspiratory/ expiratory ratios
Programmable unilateral chest rise and fall
Unilateral lung sounds synchronized with respiratory rate
Programmable retractions, “see-saw” breathing
Mechanical ventilation support
A/C, SIMV, CPAP, PCV, PSV, NIPPV
Supports PEEP (up to 20 cmH2O)
Dynamic airway and lung controls
Variable lung compliance
Bilateral bronchi resistance
Programmable respiratory efforts for weaning/liberation
Unilateral chest rise with right mainstem intubation (Automatic detection and logging)
Real-time ventilation feedback
Bilateral, midaxillary pneumothorax sites support needle decompression and chest tube insertion
Pneumothorax sites feature palpable bony landmarks, realistic skin for cutting and suturing, bleeding, tactile pleural pop, and fluid drain
Visible chest rise during bag-valve-mask ventilation
Supports EtCO2 monitoring using real sensors and monitoring devices
Visible cyanosis, jaundice, paleness, and redness with variable intensities
Supports manual capillary refill time assessment on the left foot (Automatic detection and logging)
Programmable fontanel: depressed, normal, and bulging
Palpable pulses: brachial, femoral, and umbilical
Pulse palpation event detection and logging
Blood pressure-dependent pulses
Supports blood pressure monitoring using real NIBP cuff
Audible Korotkoff sounds
Preductal (right hand) and postductal (right foot) SpO2 monitoring using real devices
Includes comprehensive library of ECG rhythms with customizable beat variations
Supports ECG monitoring using real devices
Supports ECG-derived respiration monitoring (EDR)
eCPR™ Real-time quality feedback and reporting
Time to CPR
Smart CPR voice coach
Chest compression depth sensor
Defibrillate, cardiovert, and pace using real devices and energy
Effective chest compressions generate palpable femoral pulses and ECG activity
Healthy and abnormal heart sounds
Supports virtual pacing and defibrillation
- Vascular Access
IV cannulation: bolus, infusion, and sampling
Umbilical catheterization (UVC/UAC): continuous infusion and sampling
Bilateral IO tibial infusion
Programmable abdominal distension
Urinary catheterization with return
Normal and abnormal bowel sounds