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Delivery simulation suit MamaNatalie®
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delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
delivery simulation suit
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Procedure
delivery
Type
woman

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More with less: A low-tech simulator with high impact MamaNatalie is a cost-effective way to deliver high impact in your obstetric simulation program. In a randomized controlled trial of birth simulation for medical students1, MamaNatalie was found to be as effective for training medical students on how to perform a vaginal delivery as a high-end simulator. Learners can train on normal delivery, post-partum complications and neonatal resuscitation to improve management of skills and communication from ambulance to delivery room. Post-partum hemorrhage 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 hemorrhage and a reduction in blood transfusion rates after birth.2 Life-saving evaluations 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. Multi-professional simulations Enhance team communication and exercise clear leadership with multi-professional simulations. Use debriefing to include reflection and self-assessment.

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