Product details

CAE Aria supports the standard healthcare requirements for pediatric patients, from assessment to performing basic clinical skills; and advanced training requirements for PALS, PEARS and APLS.


Nasotracheal/orotracheal intubation (ET tube), Retrograde and fiberoptic intubation, Transtracheal jet ventilation, Head tilt, chin lift, jaw thrust, phageal intubatioN, LMA, iGel and King insertion, Oral and nasal pharyngeal airway insertion, Bag-valve-mask ventilation support, Surgical/needle cricothyrotomy.

Tracheostomy, Swollen tongue, pharyngeal swelling and laryngospasms (Advanced model), Intubation depth detection and software event log, Bronchial occlusion, Variable lung compliance and resistance (Advanced model)


Chest compressions compliant with AHA CPR requirements

Effective chest compressions generate palpable femoral pulses and electrocardiogram (ECG) activity
Supports ECG monitoring using real devices

CPR real-time quality feedback and reporting

Chest compression depth sensor

External SimDefib box – Defibrillate, cardiovert and pace using real devices and energy
Library of cardiac rhythms

Software-based 12-lead ECG

Non-invasive blood pressure (BP) with Korotkoff sounds

Bilateral palpable pulses with event detection and logging – Carotid, brachial, radial, femoral – Popliteal (Advanced model) – Dorsalis pedis (Advanced model)

Blood pressure dependent pulses

Variable pulse strength

Circumoral cyanosis (Advanced model)

Peripheral capillary refill (Advanced)

Gastric and Urinary

Interchangeable female and male genitalia

Abdominal distention with esophageal intubation

Urinary catheterization with urine output

Orogastric/Nasogastric tube (no fluids)

Gastrostomy tube (with fluids)

Suppository administration


Compliant with 2020 AHA BLS guidelines and 2021 ERC guidelines

Spontaneous breathing

Visible chest rise during bag-valve-mask ventilation

Automatic detection and logging of right main stem

Unilateral chest rise and lung sounds with right main stem
Variable inspiratory/expiratory ratios

Substernal retractions (Advanced model)

Mechanical ventilation support (Advanced model)
Vascular Access

Unilateral anterolateral thigh intramuscular and subcutaneous injection sites
Humeral IO (no fluids) and Tibial IO (with fluids)

Antecubital venipuncture site with flashback

Auscultation of normal and abnormal heart, lung and bowel sounds

60+ scripted male/female vocal expressions and sounds



Pain response via sternal rub (Advanced model)

Seizures (Advanced model)”