Meet VICTORIA – the world’s most lifelike childbirth simulator

Last updated: 13th July, 2018
Designed to Deliver Exceptional Training Through a Truly Immersive Experience.

From early pregnancy complications, high-risk deliveries, and postpartum emergencies to non-gravid scenarios for general nursing care, Victoria simulates a full range of obstetrical events to facilitate teamwork and deepen critical thinking skills in learners of all levels.

More than a childbirth simulator, Victoria is a complete simulation solution developed from decades of obstetrical experience. It is a comprehensive package of tools and support designed to help improve patient safety in women’s health through education and training.

Features:

  • New interactive eyes: automatic, visual object tracking and lifelike eye movements
  • Fully programmable airway, breathing, and circulation physiological parameters
  • True-to-life shoulder dystocia, breech, and C-section deliveries
  • Births lifelike, full-term baby featuring programmable vitals for APGAR scoring
  • Integrated array of sensors track participant performance in real time
  • Automatic recognition of 50+ virtual medications
  • Wireless and tetherless; up to 10hrs. of battery life
  • Supports real monitoring equipment: EKG, capnography, defib., NIBP, TOCO, and pulse oximeters
  • Includes Microsoft Surface Pro tablet PC and Virtual Patient/CTG Monitor
  • 45+ preprogrammed scenarios included
  • Video training library covering setup and operation
  • Converts into a non-pregnant patient for general nursing and gynecology training
 
 
More than Just Realistic.  Exceptionally Lifelike and Anatomically Accurate.
 
Victoria redefines physical fidelity having accurate anatomical proportions that facilitate learning without compromising clinical technique. The smooth, full-body skin provides a look and feel designed to immerse learners in simulation.
 
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Manage the Full Simulation Experience from One Intuitive Interface.
 
The UNI® simulator control software puts all the best simulation tools at your fingertips. UNI helps you run more realistic scenarios with less effort, automate tasks to make operation easier, and capture more useful participant data for richer debriefing. Best of all, UNI comes preinstalled in the powerful and lightweight Microsoft Surface Pro tablet PC, allowing you to work conveniently anywhere training takes place.
 
 
 
  Optimized For On-The-Fly Control
The UNI touchscreen interface lets you quickly and easily adjust vital sign parameters with just a few taps.
 
  Preprogrammed Scenario Library
UNI includes 45+ preprogrammed obstetrical emergency scenarios to help you get started training quickly.
 
  Real-Time Feedback
Monitor the movement of the fetus throughout the delivery and log pull-force applied to the fetal head in real time.
 
  Lab Report Designer
Generate and share simulated diagnostic lab results to enhance case fidelity and participant involvement.
 
  Virtual Patient Monitor and TOCO Included
Display real-time maternal and fetal vitals, lab reports, and medical images to enhance realism during simulation.
 
  eCPR™ Real-time Monitoring
Monitor rate and compression depth, no-flow time, ventilation rate, and excessive ventilation; smart trainer features vocal cues and generates performance report.
 
  Time-stamped Event Recording And Reporting
The automated event tracking and interaction recorder ensures important events are always captured.
 
  Free Software Updates
Always stay up to date and benefit from new UNI features at no additional cost.
 

The Gold Standard in OB Emergency Management Training
 
Victoria simulates shoulder dystocia, breech, and C-section deliveries with a level of fidelity that truly suspends disbelief. Participants immerse themselves deeper and faster as they engage in problem solving and collaborative teamwork. What’s more, Victoria captures participants’ performance through an array of hidden sensors. This means you can easily track progress on the way to success.
 
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