Newborn PEDI S109 – Newborn Skills Trainer


The Newborn PEDI Skills Trainer was designed with anatomic resemblance and realistic articulation to aid educators prepare learners for simulation-based education. Train skills like intubation, ventilation, compressions, IV cannulation, umbilical catheterization and more.

  •    Full-term neonate of average size & weight: 8 lbs 19.5 in
  •    Smooth, full-body skin
  •    Available in light, medium, and dark skin tones at no additional cost
  •    Realistic resistance and range of joint articulation including flexible spine
  •    Detachable umbilical cord
  •    Palpable lumbar landmarks for proper needle insertion
  •    Anatomically accurate oral cavity and airway: including gums, tongue, epiglottis, glottis, and vocal cords
  •    Practice endotracheal intubation with standard adjuncts
  •    Supports placement of supraglottic airway devices
  •    Perform Sellick maneuver
  •    Supports positive-pressure ventilation via BVM, nasopharyngeal, or oropharyngeal intubation
  •    Visible chest rise with positive-pressure ventilation
  •    Chest tube insertion
  •    Realistic resistance for chest compressions and recoil
  •    Palpable pulses generated with manual pressure bulb: fontanelle, umbilical, brachial, and femoral
Vascular Access
  •    IV cannulation: bolus infusion, and sampling – hand – scalp – umbilicus
  •    Umbilical catheterization (UVC/UAC): access, continuous infusion, and sampling
  •    Bilateral heel stick with blood draw
  •    Lumbar puncture: catheterization, infusion, and sampling
  •    Anterolateral thigh intramuscular injection
  •    Bilateral intraosseous tibial infusion
  •    Allows nasogastric and orogastric intubation
  •    Perform feeding and suction through gastric tubes
  •    Ileostomy, colostomy, and suprapubic stomas for ostomy care and drainage exercises
  •    Interchangeable male and female genitalia
  •    Urinary catheterization with fluid return
  •    Newborn PEDI® Skills Trainer
  •    (3) Stomas
  •    (3) Umbilical Stumps
  •    Umbilical Cord
  •    (3) Lumbar Inserts
  •    (6) Replacement Intraosseous Tibial Bones
  •    (4) Heel Stick Inserts