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Simulation & Training
HAL S3201 is Gaumard’s most advanced multipurpose patient simulator specifically designed to simulate lifelike cases across a broad range of clinical areas including pre-hospital, ED, OR, ICU, PACU, med-surg, and more.
HAL S5301 is the all-new flagship of the HAL brand, trusted by simulation programs worldwide for its innovation, ease of use, and reliability. The S5301 sets the standard for the future of patient simulation, building upon the design philosophy established with the original HAL launched nearly two decades ago. Join us as we chart HAL’s course into the future.
From early pregnancy complications, high-risk deliveries, and postpartum emergencies to non-gravid scenarios for general nursing care, VICTORIA simulates a full range of obstetrical events to facilitate teamwork and deepen critical thinking skills in learners of all levels.
Pediatric HAL® is the world’s most advanced pediatric patient simulator and the first capable of simulating lifelike emotions through dynamic facial expressions, movement, and speech. HAL is designed to help providers of all levels develop the specialized skills needed to effectively communicate, diagnose, and treat young patients in nearly all clinical areas.
Pediatric HAL® is a high-fidelity toddler patient simulator specifically designed to meet the needs of pediatric care training programs. Pediatric HAL® can help learners improve teamwork and patient care through scenario-based training. Participants can practice and develop airway management, auscultation, ventilation, CPR, and IV/IO placement skills.
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.