SimJunior Clinical Features
SimJunior® is an interactive pediatric simulator, designed by Laerdal with the American Academy of Pediatrics to meet the education and training needs of healthcare providers.
SimJunior represents a 6-year-old boy that simulates a wide range of conditions from a healthy, talking child to an unresponsive, critical patient with no vital signs.
SimJunior allows learners to focus on a broad range of pediatric skills in order to gain exposure and practical experience of life-threatening pediatric problems.
Available with a range of Technical and Educational Services, as well as validated simulation content, SimJunior presents a complete simulation solution for your pediatric training programs.
Whether using SimPad PLUS or a LLEAP PC to run your simulation, the software is easy and efficient to use for scenario based training. The intuitive operating platforms provide flexible management of patient parameters, integrated data and video capture, as well as simulated patient monitoring capabilities. Choose the operating systems that works best for your training needs.
Learner outcomes improve through structured debriefing after a simulation-based learning event. SimCapture seamlessly integrates with LLEAP (for PC and SimPad PLUS) providing a debriefing and assessment solution that captures audio, video, annotations, the patient monitor, and simulator data in a single web-based interface.
Developed in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, SimJunior will allow for new opportunities to integrate the latest technologies into pediatric training programs.
Pairing SimJunior and educational content developed and validated by organisations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics allows learners to master the skills needed to care for pediatric patients and ultimately improve patient outcomes.
Our courses are developed and facilitated by former or practicing healthcare professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to what they are teaching. These experts focus on teaching the best practices for simulation training while helping you fully learn how to use our solutions.
Simulated spontaneous breathing
Observable chest rise
Variable respiratory rates
Multiple upper airway sounds synchronized with breathing
Detect mechanical ventilations (including no ventilations)
Bag Valve Mask capable
Normal and abnormal breath sounds
Oxygen saturation and waveform (Optional Patient Monitor)
Breathing complicationsLeft and right lungs can be either closed or opened to allow ventilations
The SimJunior airway is anatomically modeled as far as the trachea.
Realistic airway with landmarks
Oral and nasal intubation
LMA or ET insertion
Head tilt and jaw thrust (no sensor)
Defibrillation and cardioversion
Extensive ECG library
Multiple heart sounds synchronized with ECG
ECG rhythm monitoring (3 leads)
12 lead ECG display (Optional Patient Monitor)
Compliant with 2015 AHA and ERC Guidelines
CPR compressions generate palpable carotid pulses, blood pressure waveform, and ECG artifacts
Detection and logging of a series of compressions in the data log
IV access (right arm and hand)
Intraosseous access (right tibia)
Blood pressure measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds
Bilateral carotid and unilateral brachial and radial (left side) pulses synchronized with ECG
Pulse strength variable with BP
Pulse palpation is detected and logged
Session Viewer (PC operation)
Review event log together with synchronized recording of the patient monitor and in-room video
Patient Monitor (Optional)
Simulates several parameters including:
Heart rate, ECG, SPO2, NIBP, ETCO2
12 lead ECG display
Introduction to SimJunior