Efficient procedure training in infant catheterization
Infants may require urinary catheters when:
- A sterile urine specimen is needed to diagnose bladder or kidney infection
- Low urine output must be monitored to determine how much fluid is needed
Low urine output in babies can be a sign of low blood pressure, a problem with the urinary system, or as the result of medication. Realistic technique training in infant catheterization improves both practitioner confidence and patient outcomes.
Pediatric catheterization practice in medical scenarios
TruBaby X can be used along with our patient monitor simulator to integrate clinical decision-making in procedure training. Our easy-to-use digital platform simulating a patient monitoring device is available for both Apple and Android devices, and is compatible with our interactive remote learning software.