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Neonatal Education Solutions

Preparing for Premature Births

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program is designed to help ensure better patient outcomes for the most vulnerable babies.

What could be more important than saving the life of a newborn?

Premature infants are at greater risk and require specialized care by a highly skilled team of healthcare professionals. The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) has directly contributed to the rise of survival rates of newborns worldwide.

1 out of every 10 babies is born preterm1
15 million babies are born prematurely every year2
An estimated 1 million babies die of preterm complications3

Exceptional training makes all the difference

How can we help?

We can help you to evaluate your educational goals and create a customized solution to meet them. Using the Circle of Learning methodology, you will be able to identify and implement the most effective teaching strategies to meet your learning objectives.  By integrating the American Academy’s expertise in science, patient care and education with Laerdal’s training solutions and technology we can extend the reach and impact of life support training.

Helping save tiny lives - together

Laerdal and the American Academy of Pediatrics, partnering to extend the reach and impact of life support training within the US and abroad.

NRP Instructors will find Premature Anne’s realism and clinical features a valuable asset as they conduct simulation-based training that strives to improve team performance and the quality and safety of Neonatal resuscitation, including even our smallest patients.

NRP Instructor Update, vol NO 2 Fall/Winter 2015
Premature Anne

Premature Anne

Premature Anne™ is a realistically proportioned 25-week preterm manikin developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Premature Anne is designed to facilitate the training of healthcare professionals in the initiation of proper care and resuscitation of preterm infants.

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1. Born Too Soon, A Global Action Report 2. World Health Organization (WHO) The Global Action Report 3.March of Dimes, The Global problem of Premature Birth.