Pediatric simulation is the practice of using medical simulation products and tools to create an experience that represents the treatment of a child’s health care. Used to support the teaching and learning of learners and professionals, these simulations aim to provide them with the skills and information needed for independent decision-making in the relevant field. hands, feet, toes and toes, soft upper body skin over hard upper body for a realistic feel, joined elbows, wrists, knees and ankles, fully articulated head and jaw with teeth and tongue and much more to enlarge of learning outcomes. The pediatric simulator (mannequin) is able to demonstrate emotions: anger, transient pain, constant pain, amazement, puzzlement, anxiety, worry, drowsiness and sadness.
- Medical simulation
- Clinical simulation