Deliveries and drills
- Normal delivery
- Assisted delivery: forceps and vacuum
- Breech delivery
- Postpartum Hemorrhage
Anatomy and clinical features
- Positioning and delivery of the baby
- Delivery of the placenta (complete, partially retained and retained)
- Cervix landmark
- Urine bladder catheterization
- Uterine massage (atonic and contracted uterus)
- Controllable uterine firmness
- Realistic bleeding
- Bimanual compression
MamaNatalie complete can effectively manage the #1 cause of maternal death during childbirth
Reduce blood transfusion rates
Research shows that training with MamaNatalie leads to a significant reduction in severe post-partum haemorrhage and a reduction in blood transfusion rates after birth.2
Learn to evaluate the placenta, and identify uterine firmness. Practice performing uterine massage and bimanual compressions. Enable staff to identify critical blood loss and respond according to protocol.
Enhance team communication and exercise clear leadership
with multi-professional simulations. Use debriefing to include reflection and
MamaNatalie gives birth to NeoNatalie, a highly realistic newborn simulator.
NeoNatalie has a realistic size and appearance, and also natural weight, feel and touch when filled with lukewarm water
NeoNatalie – Newborn care and resuscitation
Positioning and delivery
Train on normal and complicated delivery. Assess fetal heart sounds and examine skull with fontanels on a newborn with realistic size and weight.
Initial steps of resuscitation
Rehearse newborn resuscitation and perform bag-mask ventilation – chest will rise with correct technique.
Use squeeze bulbs to simulate birth cries, spontaneous breathing, palpable umbilical pulse and auscultation of heart sounds.