Newborn Nursing Skills Simulator

The Newborn Nursing Skills Simulator meets the objectives of the NPR® course curriculum (Neonatal Resuscitation Program) and has soft, durable skin with delicate appearance and realistic anatomical landmarks. It allows training of realistic chest compressions, airway management, chest tube insertion, NG tube placement, suction techniques and intravenous access.


  • checkAirway management and CPR training
  • checkSellick Maneuver
  • checkTraining of cleaning, observation, and measurement
  • checkPractice of suctioning techniques
  • check2 lung inserts (bilateral, unilateral)
  • checkChest tube placement
  • checkOG/NG tube
  • checkI.V. access, right hand and right foot
  • checkPatent umbilicus with venous and arterial access
  • checkBirth defects

General information

The simulator allows oral intubation with an ET tube of a size up to 3.5 mm. Furthermore, jaw-thrust and Sellick manoeuvre (cricoid pressure) can be trained. The left nostril accepts an NG tube (8 FR) for training of tube placement.

Airway management

The manikin features two interchangeable chest inserts -a bilateral lung with visually chest rise and a lung with unilateral chest movement to simulate a collapsed lung and mainstem intubation. Train BVM ventilation, Sellick manoeuvre (cricoid pressure) and ET tube insertion as well as positive pressure ventilation and the auscultation of lung sounds during ventilation.


The lifelike patented umbilicus made of soft, realistic material can be attached and detached easily, and offers venous and arterial access to practice blood withdrawal or infusion of fluids.

Birth defects

The scope of delivery includes also two different mountable birth defects: An omphalocele and a neural tube defect (myelomeningocele) mountable birth defects: An omphalocele and a neural tube defect (myelomeningocele).

Spare parts

We offer 1 Spare parts for this product



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