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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Foundations

Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Foundations

Now that your newborn Hal total mobile solution simulator is ready for use, let us take a tour of its many features. These include a realistic airway, breathing, palpable pulses, bilateral IV arms, and the ability to catheterize the umbilicus. Newborn Hal can be intubated orally using an endotracheal tube if ventilations are required, and nasally if a nasogastric tube has been inserted. Once intubated, sensors detect the depth of the tube, and if inserted too deep, the left lung is automatically disabled to demonstrate right mainstem intubation. Correcting the tube position enables ventilation of the left lung. Additionally, newborn Hal can be ventilated with a BVM or a mechanical ventilator, and ventilation and manual chest compressions are measured and logged to show the instructor how students are ing. Newborn Hal also has several upper airway sounds synchronized with his breathing, including normal breathing, grunting, or crying. Users can easily control the rate and depth of respiration, and choose independent left and right lung sounds synchronized with selectable breathing patterns. Multiple sounds are available. Newborn Hal is equipped with several realistic heart sounds that are tied to a user-defined heart rate and selectable rhythms. The simulator also has conductive skin sites for attaching real electrodes, allowing the user to track cardiac rhythms and events with their own equipment, just like with a human patient. In terms of pulses, newborn Hal has fontanel, brachial, and umbilical options. Users can also disable distal pulses. Programmable blood pressure can be read using a sphygmomanometer, and users can auscultate the korotkov sounds. Newborn Hal has bilateral IV training arms that can be used for bolus or intravenous infusions, as well as for drawing fluids. The simulator also has I M sites on both deltoids and quadriceps. The cyanosis feature allows the user to control the...