Simulation Equipment


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.

Simulation Baby in pink outfit

MegaCode Kid

Educating and improving the competency of pediatric healthcare providers demands a robust training solution. MegaCode Kid has a realistic airway, extensive ECG library, defibrillation, and pacing capabilities, allows drug administration and intraosseous infusion to help teach the critical skills of managing pediatric emergencies.

Woman checking heart beat of simulation child

Resusci Anne

Since 1960, Resusci AnneĀ® has been the preferred CPR training manikin of healthcare professionals and trained more than 500 million people in critical life-saving skills.

Person doing CPR on simulation model

The World’s Most Advanced Newborn Simulator

Super Tory S2220

Super Tory is the first newborn simulator developed to meet the challenges of neonatal care specialist training in real environments. Active movement, true ventilator support, real patient monitoring, and all-day battery life. These are just a few of the revolutionary new capabilities which allow Super Tory to simulate complex pathologies and respond to interventions with unparalleled realism.

Med student practicing using baby simulator

Task trainers

Pediatric intubation, neonatal intubation, intraosseous access, lumbar puncture, ultrasound guided vascular access, chest tube insertion, bronchoscopy, as well as TTE, TEE, and cardiac echo trainers among many other task trainers available through the Center for Safety, Simulation & Advanced Learning Technologies (CSSALT).

ECMO simulator

Our ECMO specialist have created challenging scenarios with a real ECMO circuit designed to teach potentially devastating emergencies to our trainees and faculty.