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Meet the world’s most advanced
interdisciplinary patient simulator
From emergency care to ICU and med-surg training, HAL is designed to fulfill educational objectives across clinical disciplines and blur the lines between simulation and real life. New lifelike motor movement, next-gen simulated physiology, UNI® 3, and many more industry-first capabilities launch the next leap in simulation.
HAL S5301
HAL S5301
HAL S5301
A new standard in patient care simulation
HAL S5301 is the all-new flagship of the HAL brand, trusted by simulation programs worldwide for its innovation, ease of use, and reliability. The S5301 sets the standard for the future of patient simulation, building upon the design philosophy established with the original HAL launched nearly two decades ago. Join us as we chart HAL’s course into the future.
Introducing a new level of fidelity in
neurological emergency simulation
HAL introduces the latest innovations in robotics simulate lifelike symptoms of a neurological emergency and enables team-based training through patient assessment and treatment. New features like facial droop, and arm motor control reproduce the progression of a stroke, helping teams train in time-dependent clinical skills and teamwork.
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Active motor function
Right arm motor reflex: shake hand, squeeze hand, raise arm, withdrawal response, and abnormal posturing. Head and eyes turn toward the provider speaking.
Advanced physiology capable of simulating many clinical presentations
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Active motor function
Right arm motor reflex: shake hand, squeeze hand, raise arm, withdrawal response, and abnormal posturing. Head and eyes turn toward the provider speaking.
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Abnormal eye movements
Consensual and nonconsensual pupillary response to light stimuli. Abnormal eye movements include strabismus, ptosis, and more.
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Dynamic facial expressions
Lifelike facial droop and smiling, pained, quizzical, and scared facial expressions. Dynamic emotional states automatically express non-verbal cues including worry, anxiety, and lethargy.
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Lifelike sensory response
Active pain response to pressure-sensitive sites: bilateral supraorbital notch, trapezius pinch (left shoulder), sternal rub, and right middle finger nailbed.
Immersive training
for your hospital trauma team
With new ultra-high fidelity anatomy and physiology, HAL supports advanced trauma care algorithms and essential surgical interventions using real tools and clinical techniques. Skin, bony landmarks, and internal tissue provide realistic tactile feedback to maximize the development of transferable skills. Internal sensors provide real-time feedback on provider interventions while automatically recording event data for debriefing.
True-to-life imaging with Gaumard Ultrasound™
Facilitate ultrasound training through full-scale immersive emergency and trauma scenarios. Gaumard Ultrasound simulates the function and feel of a real portable ultrasound machine. Transducer range-of-motion and imaging is dynamic and lifelike, allowing students and professionals to refine imaging skills in team-based simulation and improve critical thinking and teamwork.
The HAL Emergency POCUS/eFAST case module offers a comprehensive library of emergency conditions and trauma injuries for unparalleled scenario-based ultrasound training. Each case features true-to-life abdominal anatomy and physiology, allowing participants to image and evaluate the dynamic characteristics of abnormal presentations, including damaged organ soft tissue, fluid, and movement, just as they would in a real scenario.
  • Normal Baseline
  • Left Pneumothorax
  • Left Hemothorax
  • Left Pleural Effusion
  • Right Pneumothorax
  • Right Hemothorax
  • Right Pleural Effusion with Right Atrial Compression
  • Splenic Hematoma
  • Splenic Rupture, with Blood in Rectovesical Pouch
  • Liver Laceration
  • Pericardial Effusion
  • Pericardial Tamponade
  • Pneumoperitoneum
  • Appendicitis
  • Bladder Rupture
  • Cholecystitis
Practice hands-on procedures using real tools and techniques
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Chest tube thoracostomy
Realistic left hemo/pneumothorax site supports palpation, incision, chest tube insertion, tube placement detection, bleeding, and suturing.
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Surgical airway management
Anatomically accurate oral cavity and airway. Perform tracheotomy, cricothyrotomy, and retrograde intubation.
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Abdominal bleeding wound
Penetrating abdominal wound responds to pressure and packing. Features internal, auto-refilling blood reservoir with 1.2-liter capacity.
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Intraosseous access
Supports tibia and humeral intraosseous access and continuous infusion.
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Real-time CPR performance feedback
Real-time quality feedback and reporting: Time to CPR, compression depth/rate, compression interruptions, ventilation rate, excessive ventilation, smart CPR coach.
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Trauma leg
Optional lower-left leg traumatic amputation features realistic bleeding and responds to tourniquet application.
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Trauma arm
Optional lower-right arm traumatic amputation features realistic bleeding and responds to tourniquet application.
The new gold standard for
critical care in-situ simulation training
HAL S5301 revolutionizes critical care simulation training through powerful physiologic features and software. HAL helps participants improve skills and confidence by enabling learning experiences in real environments and using actual patient monitoring devices and mechanical ventilators.
Next-generation lung physiology and mechanical ventilator support
HAL S5301 features our latest advanced dynamic lung system design, capable of responding to mechanical ventilation with greater physiologic accuracy. HAL interfaces with real mechanical ventilators like a real patient and supports standard ventilator modes, including AC, CMV, SIMV, and PSV, as well as PEEP and weaning strategies. The patented internal lung design means no manual calibration, proprietary adapters, or expensive and stationary external converters.
Develop vital sign assessment and management skills using real equipment
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Real patient monitoring
Monitor vitals using real equipment: RR, 12-lead ECG, IBP, BP, SpO2, TOF, and EtCO2
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High-quality auscultation
New, high-quality library of lung, heart, and bowel sounds. Anatomically accurate auscultation fields.
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Intra-arterial blood pressure monitoring
Radial arterial access site permits catheterization, flashback, sampling, and IBP monitoring; interfaces with real adjuncts, sensors, and devices.
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Intraosseous access
Features bilateral IV access sites, an antecubital vein blood draw site, and automatic virtual drug recognition on the lower left arm.
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Blood glucose testing
Perform finger-stick glucose testing on the left index finger.
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Train-of-Four monitoring
Supports Train-of-Four monitoring using real devices.
Deliver training experiences
reflective of diverse populations
HAL S5301 makes it possible to deliver simulation experiences that more accurately reflect the diversity of the real world to promote bias-free patient care. Choose from three models at no additional charge.
Introducing the all-new
Unified Simulator Control Software
UNI 3 is our most powerful and intuitive patient simulator control software. Manage vitals, track performance, and debrief with faster and easier-to-use tools designed to help you navigate even the most complex scenarios with ease.
Built new from the ground up
UNI 3 is built on a new, modern software platform, improving performance and stability with a refreshed yet familiar design.
New controls and tools
User account management stores personalized settings, scenario builder features visual guides to aid planning, and new diagnostics tools that ensure HAL is always operating optimally.
Feedback for debriefing
UNI 3 interfaces with sensors in HAL to provide you with more detailed real-time performance and event data to aid assessment and debriefing.
UNI 3 Myocardial infarction designer interface
Myocardial infarction designer
Simulate a myocardial infarction with the easy-to-use 3D heart model and monitor the resulting changes using a real 12-lead ECG device or design your own rhythm using the point-by-point PQRST wave editor.
UNI 3 Scenario designer interface
Scenario designer
Create scenarios tailored to your learning objectives and offer participants a wide range of standardized, repeatable learning events.
HAL® S5301 is ready for training with the Simulation Learning Experiences™ Package
The HAL S5301 Simulation Learning Experiences (SLE) package provides you with a library of ready-to-use, evidence-based scenarios designed to help reduce the facilitator’s workload, increase realism, and standardize training.
The package includes accompanying UNI® preprogrammed scenarios that automatically manage the patient’s vitals and a Facilitator’s Guide book with comprehensive information for planning, setting up, and facilitating each SLE.
  1. Acute Cerebrovascular Accident / Stroke
  2. Adult Acute Abdomen
  3. Adult with Pulmonary Tuberculosis
  4. Adult with Pneumothorax related to Tuberculosis
  5. Acute Coronary Syndrome
  6. Acute Sepsis related to MRSA Infection
  1. Difficult Airway
  2. Gunshot Wound to the Abdomen
  3. Gunshot Wound - Postoperative
  4. Malignant Hyperthermia
  5. Multiple Trauma from an Industrial Accident
  6. Trauma related to Atrial Fibrillation
HAL® S5301
Interdisciplinary and Immersive
Package contents:
Gaumard Ultrasound™ System – 30081159A
Package includes Gaumard Ultrasound laptop, transducer, Gaumard Ultrasound software license, and transport case.
HAL® S5301 Emergency Ultrasound POCUS/eFAST Pathologies Module – 30081347A
HAL S5301 Emergency Ultrasound POCUS/eFAST Module software license for Gaumard Ultrasound.
CARE IN MOTION™ Mobile Video Debriefing System – CIM.PK
Care in Motion Tablet PC, 3 battery-powered HD wireless cameras, 3 adjustable camera grips, and transport case. One-Year Limited Warranty. View Details  Arrow icon.
Traumatic Right Arm Amputation – 30011856A
Lower-right arm with traumatic amputation and pressure-sensitive bleeding site.
Traumatic Left Leg Amputation – 30011859A
Lower-left leg with traumatic amputation and pressure-sensitive bleeding site.
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