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Meet Stan (Standard Man), the Man who saves more lives.

At every level of patient care, hands-on experience is the best teacher. The Human Patient Simulator (HPS) – a computer-model-driven, full-sized mannequin – delivers that experience in true-to-life scenarios that swiftly change to meet instructors’ goals. The ultra sophisticated and highly versatile HPS blinks, speaks and breathes, has a heartbeat and a pulse, and accurately mirrors human responses to such procedures as CPR, intravenous medication, intubation, ventilation, and catheterization.

How is this possible? Through a painstaking marriage of “high touch” with “high tech,” this dramatically functional mannequin exhibits clinical signals so lifelike that students have been known to cry when it “dies.” Add to this a profound array of intricately programmed systems – cardiovascular, pulmonary, pharmacological, metabolic, genitourinary (male and female), and neurological – and you have an easily controlled teaching laboratory where students can practice again and again, until the highest-quality patient care becomes second nature.

The HPS is METI's top-of-the-line, fully automatic, high-fidelity patient simulator specifically designed for training in anesthesia, respiratory and critical care.

What differentiates the HPS from any other simulator available on the market today, is it's high level of automatic and enhanced features. The HPS is the only patient simulator with the ability to provide respiratory gas exchange, anesthesia delivery, and patient monitoring with real physiological clinical monitors.

1. Pupils that automatically dilate and constrict in response to light
2. Thumb twitch in response to a peripheral nerve stimulator
3. Automatic recognition and response to administered drugs and drug dosages
4. Variable lung compliance and airways resistance
5. Automatic response to needle decompression of a tension pneumothorax, chest tube drainage and pericardiocentesis
6. Automatic control of urine output

"Students see it, hear it, breathe it and live it with the patient. It's really a valuable tool."

Joann Sullivan-Mann, Associate Professor of Nursing

In hospitals, medical and nursing schools, community colleges and military bases all over the world, METI’s Human Patient Simulatorฎ (HPS) is recognized as the gold standard for healthcare education. This fully automatic, high fidelity simulator is specifically designed for training in anesthesia, respiratory and critical care. It’s the only simulator available with the ability to provide respiratory gas exchange, anesthesia delivery and patient monitoring with real physiological clinical monitors.


Training health care professionals is no easy task: the challenge is far too complex – and too important – to be left to the task trainers of yesterday. Only in the aviation industry can you find a valid comparison to the healthcare field’s life-and-death necessity for rapid response, combined with unerring knowledge, skill and teamwork. For both pilots and healers, it’s an inescapable dilemma: where mistakes happen, lives can be lost. So it was no coincidence when computer simulation as a primary learning tool made the evolutionary leap from ultra-engineered flying machines to the natural intricacies of the human body.

But medical education called for entirely new simulation models, given the complexity of human physiology and pharmacology and the wide range of possible therapeutic interventions. That’s why METI Human Patient Simulators have at their core sophisticated mathematical models of human physiology – cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological and pharmacologic – that imitate human response in multi-layered, real-time ways that are vital to a truly objective learning experience. No other product in the world comes close to offering this unique technology.

You’re in Complete Control:

The HPS sets a new standard in medical education that has yet to be matched. Through a painstaking marriage of “high touch” with “high tech,” this dramatically functional simulator delivers an easily controlled teaching laboratory where students can practice again and again, until the highest quality patient care becomes second nature.

Quality of care can be difficult to measure when no two patients are alike. With the HPS, any patient profile can be created – or modified from preconfigured profiles – to offer a specific set of exacting objectives that test the limits of learners. The patient’s cardiovascular, pulmonary and neurologic characteristics and responses – right down to the flutter of an eyelid or the size of a pupil – can be controlled.

Because the HPS is model-driven, just about anything that can happen to a real patient – from common problems to severe events, such as malignant hyperthermia, anaphylaxis, tension pneumothorax and cardiac tamponade – can be simulated and tailored.

Learning to administer the right drug in the right dosage to the right patient requires knowledge and experience. Using barcode tech- nology, the HPS requires learners to scan a given drug allowing the instructor and learner the ability to track the thought process as it pertains to the development of a plan of care. This forces learners to evaluate key factors prior to administering the drug, including: drug specificity, pediatric versus adult dosages, IV versus oral administration, and any specific drug allergy considerations.

• Adult Mannequin
• Control Rack
• Instructor’s Workstation Computer
• Waveform Display Monitor
• HPS6™ Software
• 30 Pre-programmed Adult Patient Profiles
• 60 Pre-programmed Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCE™)

• Pediatric Mannequin
• Full-function Monitor Interface
• Anesthesia Delivery System
• Remote Control Laptop
• Computer Bag
• Mannequin Carrying Case
• Trauma/Disaster Casualty Kit (TDCK™)


The HPS offers the highest level of clinical features and monitored parameters including palpable pulses, self-regulating control of breathing, heart, breath and bowel sounds, electrocardiograms, pulmonary artery pressure, cardiac output and more.

• Full-size reproduction of an adult male or female patient with interchangeable genitalia
• Fully operational in supine, sitting, lateral and prone positions
• Demonstrates clinical signs such as heart, breath and bowel sounds, palpable pulses, chest excursion and airway patency, which are dynamically coupled with mathematical models of human physiology and pharmacology airway.
• Realistic adult upper airway (oropharynx, nasopharynx and larynx)
• Direct laryngoscopy and oral or nasal tracheal intubation
• Right or left mainstem endobronchial intubation automatically results in unilateral breath sounds and chest excursion
• Esophageal intubation results in gastric distension and the absence of breath sounds, chest excursion and carbon dioxide output
• Airway visualization occluder
• Varying degrees of tongue swelling, hindering laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation
• Laryngospasm
• Needle cricothyrotomy, transtracheal jet ventilation, retrograde wire techniques and tube cricothyrotomy can be practiced
• Supports standard clinical devices such as combitubes, lighted stylets and fibre-optic intubation tubes

• Spontaneous respiration
• Mechanical ventilation
• Assisted ventilation
• Chest excursion
• Oxygen consumption
• Uptake and elimination of anesthetic gases
• Variable lung and thorax compliance
• Variable airway resistance
• Breath sounds
• Intrapleural volume
• Functional residual capacity

• Heart sounds
• Electrocardiogram
• Palpable carotid, radial, brachial, femoral, popliteal and pedal pulses
• Cardiac output
• Cardiac dysrhythmias
• Arterial blood temperature
• Central venous pressure
• Hemodynamic monitoring
• Pulmonary artery catheter
• Chest compression
• Airway management and ventilation
• Cardiac arrhythmias
• Defibrillation
• Pacing
• Cardioversion

• Arterial blood gases
• Metabolic acidosis and alkalosis

• Male and female genitalia for insertion of urinary catheters
• Excretion of urine neuroloGic
• Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to sympathetic and parasympathetic activities
• Standard peripheral nerve stimulator for twitch response
• Reactive eyes that blink and automatically respond to changing light stimuli simulating neurologic trauma

• Includes library of pre-programmed pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters for over 50 intravenous medications
• Barcode reader identifies drug, concentration and dosage and patient responds appropriately
• Three intravenous access points: right arm, right internal jugular and left femoral veins

• Reactive eyes
• Pericardiocentesis
• Bilateral needle decompression of tension pneumothorax
• Bilateral chest tube placement and management

• Connects to standard patient monitors to display the following parameters:
• Arterial blood pressure
• Left ventricular pressure
• Central venous pressure
• Right arterial pressure
• Right ventricular pressure
• Pulmonary artery pressure
• Thermodilution cardiac output
• Pulmonary capillary occlusion pressure
• Pulmonary artery catheter insertion
• 5-lead ECG
• SpO2
• Temperature
• Inspired and expired gas concentrations and ventilatory mechanics can be measured and displayed on respiratory gas monitors

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