HAL® S3201

Available in ethnic skin tones
Powered from an internal rechargeable battery or wall outlet 
Simulator receives commands from a wireless tablet PC and operates at distances up to 300 meters
Use pre programmed scenarios, modify them or create your own quickly and easily
Installation and training worldwide

Programmable airway: tongue edema, laryngospasm, and pharyngeal swelling
Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing
Right mainstem intubation
Sensors detect depth of intubation
Placement of conventional airway adjuncts
Endotracheal intubation
Retrograde intubation
View vocal cords with Sellick maneuver
Realistic surgical trachea allows tracheostomy or needle cricothyrotomy

Control rate and depth of respiration and observe chest rise
Select independent lung sounds: upper right front and back; upper left front an back; lower right front and back; lower left front and back
Chest rise and lung sounds are synchronized with selectable breathing patterns
CO2 on exhalation (4 levels) using replaceable cartridge mounted inside the simulator
Attach to real mechanical ventilators
Bilateral chest rise and fall
Unilateral chest rise simulates pneumothoraces
Anterior and posterior auscultation sites
Bilateral needle decompression at second intercostal
Dynamic Airway and Lung compliance/ resistance
Ten levels of static compliance, 15-50 ml/ cm H2O
Ten levels of airway resistance
Holds PEEP from 5 to 20 cmH2O
Exhales real and measurable CO2
Vary lung mechanics throughout scenario
Receive real time feedback from real mechanical ventilator
Capable of assisting the ventilator at variable respiratory rate
Compliance and resistance can be varied while connected to the ventilator
ECGs are generated in real time with physiologic variations never repeating textbook patterns
Heart sounds may be auscultated and are synchronized with ECG
View dynamic rather than static 12 lead rhythms
12 Lead ECG with integrated MI model

Central cyanosis
Measurable blood pressure by auscultation or automatic NIBP monitor
Korotkoff sounds audible between systolic and diastolic pressures
Monitor oxygen saturation using your real native oxymeter
Pulse sites synchronized with BP and heart rate
Bilateral IV arms with fill/drain sites
SubQ and IM injection sites
Intraosseous access at tibia
ECG monitoring using real devices
Defibrillate, cardiovert and pace using real devices
Multiple heart sounds, rates and intensities
ECG rhythms are generated in real time
Bilateral carotid, radial, brachial, femoral, popliteal and pedal pulses synchronized with ECG
Pulses vary with blood pressure, are continuous and synchronized with the ECG even during a paced rhythm

Instructor or Automatic Mode
Vital signs are generated in real time
Drug library with medications
Use of medications change conditions in real time mimicking real clinical situations

Drug Recognition System
Identifies drug type and volume injected into veins of the right hand and forearm
Supplied with 100 syringes having wireless tags
Use drugs from library or choose to model other drugs using software template

Neural Responses
Eyes are controlled automatically by physiologic model or directly by the instructor
Select pupillary response to light

Create and store vocal responses in any language
Wireless streaming audio

Vital Signs Monitor
Controlled via wireless tablet PC
Use selected configuration or create your own configuration to mimic the real monitors used in your facility
Share images such as ultrasounds, CT scans, lab results
Touchscreen control
Monitor can be configured by the instructor to suit the scenario

Articulation and Movement
Realistic joint articulation
Supports supine, prone, recumbent, and sitting positions

Interchangeable male/female genitalia for Foley catheterization
Insert feeding tubes
Auscultate bowel sounds

User Interface
Manual and Automatic Operating Modes
Scenario designer
Preprogrammed scenario library
eCPR™ – Real-time monitor and trainer
12-Lead ECG designer and MI model
Medication library with editor
Time stamped event logging
UNI Control View Replay