Caring for what is most dear



Mia is a completely wireless baby patient simulator that is highly realistic, both visually and tactilely. She is manufactured by SCALEO Medical, in France. She offers the versatility of emulating patients that can be from full term newborn to about 8 months of age. Designed and crafted with a fine attention to detail, from the supple and seamless proprietary skin that feels natural to the touch, to palpable anatomical landmarks and a lifelike airway with true to life complications such as tongue edema, pharyngeal swelling and laryngospasms.

Technical Features:

A heightened level of realism means fuller immersion in simulation training. With visible spontaneous breathing, palpable pulses, blinking, mouth and limb movements, monitoring of capillary refill time, programmable fontanel, auscultation sites (heart, lungs & bowel) and many other features, Mia can truly mimic a real baby.

  • Changeable/programmable appearance: paleness, redness, jaundice and cyanosis
  • Vocal sounds (crying, grunting, hiccups and many others)
  • A library of heart, lung and bowel auscultation sounds
  • Compatible with real mechanical ventilators and real defibrillators
  • CPR assessment and feedback
  • Sensors to monitor and record intubation procedures
  • Change lung resistance and compliance to simulate different conditions
  • IV access (umbilicus, wrist, scalp) and IO access (left/right tibia)
  • And many more…


Infant Resuscitation

From assessing color, tone, breathing, heart rate and chest movement, to delivering proper chest compressions and ventilation, Mia provides the feedback necessary for improving the quality of resuscitation. Wireless and mobile, she can transfer to the ICU for further treatment. Internal sensors record and monitor intubation procedures (orotracheal, nasotracheal, esophageal). Every action is wirelessly detected and logged in the software for subsequent debriefing.


Key Features

  • Wireless/Tetherless connection
  • Palpable bone landmarks
  • Head tilt/chin lift sensor and Jaw thrust
  • Breathing patterns
  • Oro/nasotracheal intubation
  • Intubation sensor/depth sensor
  • Airway complications(tongue edema, pharyngeal obstruction, laryngospasm)
  • Programmable blinking
  • Variable lung compliance, resistance
  • Cyanosis, icterus, rubella, pallor
  • Adjustable palpable pulse (Bilateral radial, bilateral brachial, bilateral femoral, umbilical, fontanel)
  • Umbilical catheterization (UVC/UAC) continuous infusion and sampling.
  • Umbilical pulses and movement of extremities
  • Mouth movement
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Measures properly on a Broselow™ tape
  • Comes in different skin tones

Basic evaluation



  • Spontaneous breathing
  • Respiratory rate is synchronized with vital parameters on the bedside monitor
  • Programmable respiratory patterns
  • Programmable diaphragmatic excursions
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • PEEP (up to 20cm H2O)
  • Airways synced to the respiratory rate
  • Variable compliance
  • Variable bronchi resistance
  • Audible needle decompression with realistic feedback
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