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.
BETTER LEARNING CONTENT
10 pre-configured Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) developed by clinical experts that come ready to operate, from skills validation to chronic heart failure exacerbation. An additional seven modules are available to provide consistent learning and allow easy integration of simulation into your nursing curricula
The Base model can be updated with tablet-based software and a Live Box that houses electronics for programmable vocal, cardiac, lung, bowel and Korotkoff sounds
Lightweight, fully wireless and tetherless, with uninterrupted simulation while you transport
The look, feel and operation of a modern manikin for a more immersive learning experience
TWO ADULT PATIENTS. ONE MANIKIN.
Fully converts to a male with chest skin, genitalia and wig kit included, saving cost and space
- Real fluid administration
- Respiratory care and maintenance
- Women's care with optional kits for extended post-mastectomy, postpartum and breast exam
- Wound care with optional wound modules for assessment and management
- Vital signs monitoring
Juno BASE comes with:
- An IV arm
- A gender conversion kit
- 10 simulated clinical experiences
- One Maestro standalone license
- First year Value Assurance Plan
All of CAE Healthcare's simulation curriculum and patient cases are developed in collaboration with leading educational institutions and clinical experts. Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) and patient cases are reviewed by healthcare educators to ensure they convey the best practices and standards of care. We frequently update our curriculum based on the latest society guidelines and in collaboration with subject matter experts and offer the widest breadth of scenarios and cases, developed over 15 years in simulation, so learners can gain exposure to more patients than they would over years in practice.
Simulated Clinical Experiences include a scenario synopsis, learning objectives, learner performance measures, facilitator's notes, debriefing points, teaching questions and evidence-based references. We provide simple cases for beginners as well as a full range of complex scenarios and procedures to help practicing clinicians improve preparation and readiness. We incorporate rich patient content, from lab reports and x-rays to patient histories, based on real patient data, and our simulators can present multiple pathologies and complications to allow practice of emergency management response.
|Chronic/Community Care Nursing||High Acuity Nursing||Medical-Surgical Nursing||Nursing Assessment||Nursing Fundamentals||Obstetrical Nursing|
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome with Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia
Aggressive Patient with Positive Test for Tuberculosis
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
Chronic Heart Failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
End of Life Care
Sickle Cell Crisis
AIDS and Mild Encephalopathy
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Brain Attack with Thrombolytic Therapy in the Emergency Department
Cardiogenic Shock Secondary to Acute Myocardial Infarction
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbation
Closed Head Injury with Increasing Intracranial Pressure
Gunshot Wound Trauma
Intentional Overdose of a Hypnotic
Motor Vehicle Collision with Hypovolemic Shock
Postoperative Pulmonary Embolism
Sepsis, Septic Shock, and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
Multiple Patient Care Management
Anaphylactic Reaction to Blood Administration
Brain Attack with Thrombolytic Therapy on the Medical-Surgical Unit
Chest Pain Management of the Postoperative Patient
Chest Pain Management of the Telemetry Patient
Chest Tube Insertion and General Ongoing Care
Electrolyte Imbalance of the Older Adult
Gastrointestinal Bleed Secondary to Aspirin Abuse
Basic Assessment of the Adult Patient with Asthma
Basic Assessment of the Athlete with Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance
Basic Assessment of the Cardiac Patient
Basic Assessment of the Postoperative Gastrectomy Patient
Postoperative Care of the Patient with Complications: DVT
Postoperative Care of the Patient with Complications: Ileus
Preoperative Care of the Patient Scheduled for a Cholecystectomy
Postpartum Hemorrhage Two Hours Following Delivery
Q & A
Q: Where can the serial number of the manikin be located?
A: Left side hip and located under the ventrogluetal IM pad
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CAE Healthcare Support and Maintenance Express Warranty Services include and cover the following:
- Unlimited technical phone/ email support
- Unlimited clinical phone/ email support
- Shipment on replacement components of the simulator as described below
- Parts and labor
- Software Updates
- Learning Module Software Updates
- One consumable kit provided to the Customer annually at no additional charge
CAE Healthcare's Support and Maintenance Services do not include or cover:
- Travel costs associated with any onsite services. If a Customer requests a technician visit, Customer shall be required to pay CAE Healthcare for the visit at the then-current list price.
- Preventative Maintenance Visits.
- Software Upgrades (New Software).
- Any damage resulting from excessive heat or light exposure, or resulting from rips, punctures, blemishes, or tattoos affixed to the product by the Customer.
- Any normal wear and tear due to normal use and aging, included but not limited to fading, scuffing, stains, or rips to the skin and airways of the simulator.
- Any broken limbs or joints resulting from non-standard use of the product.
- Replacements of computers and tablets that are over five (5) years old and are no longer supported/repairable due to obsolescence.
- 3rd party devices (such as Microsoft HoloLens), if purchased, shall only receive the warranty provided by the original manufacturer.
- Consumable Material, which includes but is not limited to skins, lubrication, food coloring, tapes, defib pads, batteries, plugs and commonly misplaced parts such as genitalia.
- Any additional exclusions set forth in the Support and Maintenance Agreement.
- Maintain network connectivity when required for the product.
- Designate a point of contact at Customer's premises.
- Carry out the procedures indicated by CAE Healthcare in answer to queries made by Customer within a reasonable time after such procedures have been communicated to Customer.
- Ensure easy access and availability to the Products by CAE Healthcare personnel when required.
- Return any defective hardware components, per the instructions of CAE Healthcare.
Delivery of Warranty Services:
- At CAE Healthcare's discretion, CAE Healthcare shall repair or replace a defective hardware component with a current configuration of an identical or equivalent hardware component. Replacement hardware components may be refurbished.
- Customer should contact Anatomy Warehouse via telephone or online for technical assistance and repairs. We will inform CAE on your behalf and put you in touch with their Customer Service Team. You may be asked to provide photographic confirmation of the broken part or functionality.
- If CAE Healthcare determines that the defective hardware component requires repair and replacement, CAE Healthcare will provide procedures to the Customer to assist in the component replacement process, which shall require the following:
- CAE Healthcare will provide a return label along with the replacement component for the defective component. You must inform CAE of when the defective component is shipped for return.
- Please reuse the packaging in which the replacement component is sent to you for the return of the defective component.
- You must return the defective component within seven (7) days, or otherwise will be charged for the defective component.
- CAE Healthcare is responsible for all costs for shipment of the replacement component to and from your location.
- CAE Healthcare will retain the original defective parts.
- In the event you want to receive back the repaired, previously defective component rather than a replacement component, you must wait for the defective component to be repaired, and a replacement component will not be provided.
- CAE Healthcare does not provide on-site repair work for products covered under an Express level of service.
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