Patient simulation that sets a new standard for realism
The CAE Apollo adult patient simulator featured to deliver the ultimate in realistic simulation-based healthcare training . CAE Healthcare's Apollo retains all the essentials that made METIman the perfect patient manikin, with more powerful performance features and additional configurations to meet both nursing and prehospital learning objectives. With two simulated patient models (prehospital and nursing), Apollo offers the ultimate in multifaceted and the best value in high fidelity simulation training.
ONE HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATOR. TWO PATIENT CONFIGURATIONS.
With two simulated patient models (prehospital and nursing), Apollo offers the ultimate in versatility and the best value in high fidelity simulation training
ADVANCED MODELING FOR DIFFICULT AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
Apollo's advanced airway features and new CPR metrics offer training opportunities based on the most current treatment protocols in difficult airway management
SUPERIOR REALISM IN PATIENT SIMULATION TRAINING.
Apollo boasts one of the most realistic combinations of high fidelity features and realistic skin in the industry, creating a deeper, more immersive and true-to-life patient encounter experience
VALIDATED AND PROVEN SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY
Built on a platform that’s been field-tested and proven by more than 1,600 customers around the world in nursing, allied health and medical education, Apollo is the epitome of durability and reliability in patient simulators
Powered by CAE Maestro
CAE Maestro is a user-friendly software interface that can be operated on the fly or with pre-programmed Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs). Maestro is intuitive, tablet-based, and allows facilitators to maneuver vital signs and patient states within seconds. Maestro also is designed for easy creation of user-developed Simulated Clinical Experiences and scenarios.Discover More
Dark skin tone option
NEW: AHA 2015 guidelines-compliant CPR analysis
Bag-valve-mask ventilation; head tilt/chin lift
Blinking and reactive eyes; multiple settings
Tongue swelling and bronchial occlusion
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
Responsive chest compression & urinary catheterization
Limbs removable at joints to support amputations