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Helping improve pediatric critical care

Practice early assessment, diagnosis, and intervention

Children can have different physiological responses to trauma compared to adults. Learning how to effectively recognize and respond to respiratory emergencies, shock, and cardiopulmonary arrest can improve the healthcare provider's ability to respond more confidently in an emergency situation.

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Assess capillary refill time

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Test pupillary light reflex

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Check bilateral pulses

Help improve team communication skills and continuity of care

We improved SimBaby so healthcare providers can practice in a safe and realistic team-centered environment preparing them to make critical decisions. Whether it be emergency, intensive care, or point-of-care training such as home care, learning to communicate effectively and respond as a team with established confidence and competence can help improve patient outcomes.


Measure to improve resuscitation quality

Measure to improve resuscitation quality

For effective monitoring and improvement of CPR performance, QCPR Technology has been incorporated into SimBaby.

Key metrics measured include:

  • Correct compression depth
  • Appropriate compression rate
  • Full release
  • Enough hands-on time
  • Adequate ventilation

Realistic anatomy ensures a learner performs correct head tilt, chin lift and experiences appropriate chest resistance and chest rise.

Meet your learning objectives with easy to use scenarios

Meet your learning objectives with easy to use scenarios

Scenarios based on the American Heart Association's Pediatric Advanced Life Support curriculum help learners prepare for those critical situations mirroring real-life critical events before ever having to respond to an actual emergency.

Laerdal also offers help to develop scenarios tailored to your specific needs. Together with your clinical subject matter experts, our educational experts can develop scenarios that support standardized delivery for improved learning outcomes and clinical impact. We will also support you in implementing these scenarios in your institution.

Operation and Debriefing Options



With its intuitive touchscreen interface, mobile design, easy-to-operate scenarios and integrated data log, SimPad PLUS will help you achieve learning objectives with greater ease.


LLEAP Instructor PC

LLEAP software unifies the control of all PC operated Laerdal simulators and helps you to conduct simulation training and develop new scenarios to meet your learning objectives with greater ease.

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Integrated Debriefing

Capture, share and debrief training sessions using synchronised audio, video, and simulation information from one of Laerdal’s debriefing options.

Expand your Simulation Training ​

Make the most of your SimBaby with our range of integrated upgrade options to enhance your simulation. 



Utilize the definitive learning management solution with integrated debriefing and assessment tools.




Improve competence and confidence by realistically simulating tracheostomy care.

Tracheostomy Upgrade



Incorporate defibrillation into your training with the use of a compatible live defibrillator.



Use your own clinical patient monitor during simulation training for increased realism.


Use SimBaby™ to practice critical patient assessment and handover situations of a 9-month-old simulated patient in a safe and highly realistic training environment.



Airway opening acquired by head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust
Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airways
Bag-Valve-Mask ventilation
Orotracheal and nasotracheal intubation
Sellick Maneuver
LMA insertion
Endotracheal tube insertion
Fiberoptic intubation
Gastric tube insertion
Variable lung compliance
Variable airway resistance
Tongue edema
Pharyngeal swelling
Decreased lung compliance
Right mainstem intubation
Gastric distention

Simulated Patient Monitor

Highly configurable patient monitor
Simulate several parameters including: ECG, SpO2, CO2, ABP, CVP, PAP, NIBP, TOF, and others
Multimedia capability: Radiology files, Media files, Lab results
Touch screen operation
Multi-level alarm

Pulmonary System

Spontaneous breathing with variable rate, depth and regularity
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
Normal and abnormal breath sounds – bilateral
Anterior and Posterior Lung Sounds: Normal, course crackles, fine crackles, stridor, wheezes and rhonchi
Oxygen saturation
See-saw respiration
Unilateral chest movement
Unilateral breath sounds
Unilateral needle thoracentesis mid-clavicular
Unilateral chest tube insertion

Cardiovascular System

Extensive ECG library with rate from 20-360
CPR compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure waveform, and generate artifacts on ECG
Heart Sounds:Normal, systolic murmur, holosystolic murmur, diastolic murmur, continuous murmur and gallop
Blood pressure (BP) simulated on patient montior
Pulses: Unilateral brachial pulse and bilateral femoral pulses synchronized with ECG
Pulse strength variable with BP
Display of cardiac rhythms via 4-lead ECG monitoring
12-lead dynamic ECG display
Live defibrillation, pacing, and cardioversion

Vascular Access

Venous access antecubital fossae, dorsum of the hand and long saphenous vein
Bilateral IO/IV insertion legs
IV bolus and infusion

Software Features

Easy to operate software
Manual control over all parameters
Scenarios, including Trends and Handlers, can be pre-programmed by user or downloaded on SimStore
Web-camera recording
Review event log together with synchronized recording of patient monitor and in-room video

Other Features

Reactive eyes with pupillary response, normal, dilated, constricted
Fontanel can present as normal, or bulging
Torso motion
Vocal sounds: Crying, content, coughing, and hiccup