MamaBirthie now comes with a C-section module and provides a cost-effective solution designed to help learners gain competency and confidence in vaginal and operative births. The addition of the C-section Module extends the capabilities of the previous iteration of MamaBirthie without losing any of the features.
Enable realistic practice for skills such as:
MamaBirthie is operable as a tabletop task trainer, wearable with a standardized patient, or used with a manikin. The quick and easy setup facilitates operation with minimal training to improve learner engagement and effectiveness.
Practice C-section incisions and sutures using realistic layers
Assess fetal positioning and vaginal examination with cervical inserts and simulated membranes
Gain tactile feedback during shoulder dystocia from BabyBirthie's sophisticated neck flexion
Evaluate high risk births; including breech, cord prolapse and partial placenta delivery
Identify and suture through five abdominal tissue layers (skin, fat, fascia, muscle, and peritoneum) with visualization of how each layer should be addressed.
Train B-Lynch sutures for the management of postpartum hemorrhage.
Birth canal can sustain 1,500+ births and C-section module can sustain 500+ incisions.
Practice interaction and active listening with the use of a standardized patient – learning to support the birthing mother as an active participant.
Combine skills assessment in both clinical treatment and communication to build students’ engagement for respectful care.
Palpate the baby’s position using anatomical landmarks, and gain additional tactile feedback from palpable fontanels.
The realistic fetal head allows for realistic attachment of vacuum for vaginal assisted delivery and creates a chignon effect.
Management of malpresentations
Utilize the bony structure of BabyBirthie to identify the important landmarks in breech and shoulder presentations.
Deliveries and drills
You can make a difference
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 300,000 women die during pregnancy and childbirth every year and more than 2 million babies die during or soon after birth.Most of these deaths are preventable. By providing birth attendants around the world with opportunities to improve skills and competencies to manage life-threatening complications, we can help save many of these lives.