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Product No. 80206

PROMPT Flex Birthing Simulator Advanced - Dark

£5,410.00 Price does not include taxes or delivery
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The PROMPT Flex Advanced is an anatomically correct birthing simulator allowing for multiple training scenarios. In addition to the functionality of the Standard model (80200), this version of the PROMPT has a Bluetooth enabled baby.

The PROMPT baby works in conjunction with the Limbs & Things Birthing Simulator Software, which allows for the running of scenarios with the ability to record actions and interventions made and time to deliver the baby. A simple meter mode in the software allows trainees valuable practice in applying force to the baby outside of the context of a scenario - enabling them to become familiar with the feel of both safe and excessive force before encountering a real obstetric emergency.

To further extend use, additional modules for Post-Partum Hemorrhage (80201), Cesarean-section (80203) and Cervical Dilation and Effacement (80202) are available.

Features

Overview

  • Bluetooth enabled baby for force monitoring during shoulder dystocia drills
  • Free, downloadable Birthing Simulator software allows trainees' actions and interventions to be recorded during drills, with time to deliver baby
  • PDFs of trainee drills can be saved and printed for debriefing
  • Software compatible with Windows, PC, iOS and Android devices
  • Software scenarios can be modified or created from scratch to fit with your own language and procedures

Realism

  • Suitable for use with Simulated/Standardized Patient
  • Realistic pelvic floor
  • Articulating thighs for McRobert’s procedure
  • Stretchable perineum
  • Soft, flexible birthing canal

Versatility

  • Additional modules available to extend training:
    • Post Partum Haemorrhage management
    • C-section
    • Cervical Dilatation and Effacement
  • Optional lower legs for all fours position
  • Supports bench top training or hybrid simulation

Cleaning

  • Skin washable with soap and water

Safety

  • Latex free

Anatomy

  • Birth canal and cervix
  • Ischial spines and pubic bone
  • Gynaecoid pelvis
  • Articulating thighs
  • Fully articulated baby with clavicles, fontanelles, flexible head, detachable umbilical cord and placenta
Skills

Skills Gained

  • Training and practice in the following types of birth: 
    • Normal 
    • Vaginal breech 
    • Shoulder dystocia with force feedback*
    • Vaginal assisted (forceps and vacuum devices)
    • Third stage of labour
  • Cord prolapse
  • Urinary catheter placement
  • IM injection 
  • Communication and teamwork skills

*Force feedback is unique to this model and not available on the PROMPT Flex Standard

Evidence

Training for Shoulder Dystocia: A Trial of Simulation Using Low-Fidelity and High-Fidelity Mannequins.
Crofts, J. F., C. Bartlett, et al. (2006). "Training for Shoulder Dystocia: A Trial of Simulation Using Low-Fidelity and High-Fidelity Mannequins." Obstet Gynecol 108(6): 1477-1485.

Management of Shoulder Dystocia: Skill Retention 6 and 12 Months After Training.
Crofts, J. F., C. Bartlett, et al. (2007). "Management of Shoulder Dystocia: Skill Retention 6 and 12 Months After Training." Obstet Gynecol 110(5): 1069-1074.

Shoulder dystocia training using a new birth training mannequin.
Crofts, J. F. A., Georgios; Read, Mike; Sibanda, Thabani; Draycott, Timothy J. (2005). "Shoulder dystocia training using a new birth training mannequin." BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 112(7): 997-999.

Patient-actor perception of care: a comparison of obstetric emergency training using manikins and patient-actors.
Crofts, J. F. B., C; Ellis, D; Winter, C; Donald, F; Hunt, L P; Draycott, T J (2008). "Patient-actor perception of care: a comparison of obstetric emergency training using manikins and patient-actors." Quality & Safety in Health Care 17(1): 20-24.

Improving Neonatal Outcome Through Practical Shoulder Dystocia Training.

Draycott, T. J., J. F. Crofts, et al. (2008). "Improving Neonatal Outcome Through Practical Shoulder Dystocia Training." Obstet Gynecol 112(1): 14-20.


Shoulder Dystocia: Using Simulation to Train Providers and Teams.
Fahey, J. O. M., MPH, CNM; Mighty, Hugh E. MD (2008). "Shoulder Dystocia: Using Simulation to Train Providers and Teams." Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing 22(2): 114-122.

Contains
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    Wheeled Carry Case

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    SimMom & PROMPT Birthing Lubricant (250ml)

    Product No. 10193

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    PROMPT Flex Birthing Mother (with Upper Legs) - Dark

    Product No. 80220

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    PROMPT Flex Wireless Force Monitoring Baby (Bluetooth) - Dark

    Product No. 80222FM

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    PROMPT Flex - Birthing Placenta

    Product No. 80123

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    Abdomen for PROMPT Flex - Dark

    Product No. 80224

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    PROMPT Flex Perineum and Birth Canal -Dark

    Product No. 80225

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  • Birthing simulator software (downloadable from the software downloads tab)

    Birthing simulator software (downloadable from the software downloads tab)

Curriculum

References

Obstetric Training

RCOG Core Curriculum (2013, updated 2016) - Core Module 11, Management of Delivery Learning outcomes: To understand and demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to management of delivery including: Normal delivery, Vacuum extraction, Forceps delivery, Shoulder dystocia, cord prolapse, Rotational assisted delivery, Vaginal breech. RCOG Operative Birth Simulation Training - ROBuST (2016) The ROBuST package has been developed to provide guidance and materials for local trainers to deliver operative vaginal birth training within their own regions. SCOTTIE (2019) The aim of the course is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to respond appropriately to emergencies in pregnancy and childbirth. Indicative content: Obstetric haemorrhage, Shoulder dystocia, Breech. MOET (2017) To provide the knowledge, practical skills and procedures necessary to save the mother and fetus in life-threatening circumstances.

Undergraduate Nursing

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