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Pedia_Roid

Dental Simulator

"Leaning Through Real Experience"

Although pediatric dentistry requires specialized skills for correctly and safely handling the rejection response and unexpected movement of child patient, there has been a difficulty in providing students with training experience with live patient in today’s education environment.

Pedia_roid is our proposal for solution: She is 6-years-old patient robot which realistically mimics the typical reaction & behavior of child patient who is nervous of receiving dental treatment. Specially designed for dental / medical / healthcare students to develop the necessary skills for treating child patient such as communication, facial expression monitoring, medical accident avoidance and basic life support in emergence situation,etc. Such trainings are difficult to perform on live child patients.

Features:

1.Simulates a nervous child who is afraid of receiving dental treatment

  • Various facial expressions and body movements such as facial complexion & pupil dilation to express anxiety, fear and resistance.
  • Unexpected movements of the head, tongue, arms & legs to mimic a child’s refusal to being treated.
  • Crying and screaming during treatment.
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Resisting(Flailing Arms and Legs)

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Facial Expressions

 

2.Replicates accidental systemic symptoms

  • Pedia_roid can change the facial complexion, pupil size (dilation),
  • Convulsions stemming from acute attack and anaphylaxis shock due to local anesthesia positioning.
  • Allows students to practice and acquire basic life support skill such as: -Vital check, intravenous injection, and cardiac massage, etc.

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Normal Facial Complexion / Paleness and Fainting

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Pupil Dilation

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Eye and Tongue Movements

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Practice for Basic Life Support Skills

 

3.Wireless remote-control operation

  • Compatible with wireless remote-control operation.

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Movie

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