Nursing programs are challenged with preparing new nurses for today’s hospital environment and sicker patients, even as access to clinical hours has diminished. Simulation can help fill the gap by delivering consistent training and helping learners to develop critical thinking skills. Introducing CAE Juno, CAE Healthcare’s clinical skills manikin and newest offering for nursing programs. Juno is a modern manikin that was designed to meet educational requirements for clinical nursing skills, from task training through advanced patient care scenarios.
Male and Female manikin parts for a unique convertible manikin. Fully converts to a male with chest skin, genitalia and wig kit included, saving cost and space
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Package Details Juno Base
Juno BASE Includes IV arm and wiring pre-installed, gender conversion kit and first year Value Assurance Plan Juno Live
Juno LIVE Includes IV arm, NIBP arm, gender conversion kit and all required electronics. Includes 10 basic simulated clinical experiences and first year Value Assurance Plan Juno Complete
Juno COMPLETE Includes IV arm, NIBP arm, Tablet, gender conversion kit and all required electronics. Includes 10 basic simulated clinical experiences and first year Value Assurance Plan
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Technical Specifications Manikin 64” H x 20.5” W x 10” D (162.56 cm x 52.07 cm x 25.4 cm) Approximate Weight = 50 lbs. (22.7 kg), varies depending on options Electrical AC Input: AC 115-230VAC, 50/60Hz Internal Batteries: 15V 3.20 Ah Lithium ion, rechargeable Runtime: Approximately 4 hours Standard Equipment CAE Juno wireless and tetherless manikin: medium and dark skin tones available New software platform CAE Maestro – instructor driven Includes 10 Simulated Clinical Experiences – Chronic heart failure exacerbation – Gastrointestinal bleed secondary to esophageal varices – Skills validation – Asthma management of patient in home care setting – Postoperative care of the patient with complications: pneumonia – Suctioning and tracheostomy care with hypoxia – Basic assessment of the hip replacement patient – Postoperative care of the patient with a ruptured diverticulum – Seizure disorder and moderate learning disability – Dementia and urinary tract infection in a patient with DNR orders Electronic user guide Single year CAE Value Assurance warranty
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Key Features Articulation Realistic articulation Range of motion in hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows and wrist Cervical motion for practice of patient stabilization Airway Oral and dental hygiene Nasal packing Bag-valve-mask (BVM) ventilation Nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal airway placement Endotracheal tube placement Tracheostomy tube placement Endotracheal tube and tracheostomy tube suctioning with fluids Breathing Manual bilateral chest rise and fall with BVM ventilation via face mask, endotracheal tube and tracheostomy tube Bilateral chest tube insertion for care and maintenance Cardiac (Live/Complete) Defibrillation and cardioversion via software 4-lead ECG monitoring with real equipment 12-lead dynamic ECG display Circulation Unilateral blood pressure measurement by auscultation and palpation Bilateral carotid pulses (manual) Unilateral radial and brachial pulses with programmable intensities (Live/Complete) Unilateral subclavian catheter insertion for care and maintenance Gastric Nasogastric tube insertion and gastric lavage and gavage with real fluids Ostomy care and irrigation of a variety of configurable stomas Enema administration with fluids Medication Administration Eye and ear irrigation Six intramuscular sites for medication administration in bilateral deltoids, bilateral vastus lateralis, ventrogluteal and dorsogluteal sites Urinary Urinary catheterization with fluids Interchangeable genitalia Vascular Access Unilateral IV cannulation at antecubital and dorsum of hand Fluid and medication administration Blood draw with vacuum sealed blood collection system Sounds (Live/Complete) Auscultation of normal and abnormal heart, lung and bowel sounds Prerecorded speech and vocal sounds Bidirectional audio communication between manikin and operator