Learners can practice appropriately coaching the patient during all phases of childbirth. With this fully-automated, wearable birthing simulator, the patient is cued about the onset, intensity, and duration of each contraction with haptic vibrations on the wrist.
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Three pre-programmed simulations have been created so the simulation can be automated and facilitators can focus on the actual simulation experience.
Avbirth offers the full range of vaginal birth presentations from uncomplicated to OB emergencies like shoulder dystocia.
Birthing Simulation Redefined
With the world’s only fully-automated, wearable birthing simulator, Avbirth, you can now include learning objectives such as closed-looped communication with an interprofessional team and therapeutic communication with the patient and their significant other through all phases of labor and delivery. Avbirth pairs with the Avkin App, allowing a multitude of simulations to be performed, including additional challenges for the development of critical thinking, such as shoulder dystocia or postpartum hemorrhage.
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Being able to have that interaction with a live person on top of the technology of a birth that we know is going to have a particular complication or is going to last a certain amount of time; it’s like no other product that we have.
-- Dr. Sarah Beebe, MSN, CNM, WHNP, CHSE
GME Simulation Lab Program Manager
Now we can introduce complications like shoulder dystocia and postpartum hemorrhage that they are tested on in class and on NCLEX but they may never be able to see in a clinical setting.
-- Carol Okupniak DNP, RN-BC, CHSE
Associate Professor at Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing
The students have embraced it wholeheartedly and have a great deal of fun while experiencing a very realistic high-fidelity simulation experience. The Avbirth has been a wonderful addition to our sim lab.
-- Dr. Alison Gulden, DNP, MSN-Ed, RN
Professor at Anoka-Ramsey Community College
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DISCLAIMER: This content was filmed at the University of Delaware. We would like to thank UD and its students for participating.