A simulator that breathes — for anesthesia, respiratory and critical care
Built for anesthesia, respiratory, and critical care, the HPS has true oxygen and CO2 gas exchange and the most advanced, modeled physiology available today. The HPS connects to patient monitors and supports mechanical ventilation to deliver more realism for immersive learning. And, if you need a broad range of features without the anesthesia capability CAE Healthcare offers the Health Science HPS, which accommodates nursing, respiratory therapy, and emergency medicine. Each HPS model is packaged with 50 Simulated Clinical Experiences so you can spend less time writing scenarios and more time integrating simulation into your curriculum.

Designed specifically to support anesthesia and medical gases, with patented cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological and pharmacological modeling, the HPS is the Gold Standard in high fidelity patient simulation for respiratory and critical care training. The HPS interfaces with real clinical monitors and ventilators, and automatically responds to the administration of real anesthetic gases, oxygen therapy and drugs/medications.

With true oxygen and CO2 gas exchange, the HPS is the only patient simulator that truly breathes. Exceptional lung mechanics accurately represent complex surgical, critical care and drug interaction scenarios to deliver stunningly realistic patient responses


Anesthesia and Scavenging
• Ability to administer anesthetic agents and
medical gases
• Lungs consume oxygen and produce carbon
• Uptake and distribution of nitrous oxide and
volatile anesthetics
• Direct gas exchange within the lungs
• Mechanical ventilation fully supported with
automatic responses to CPAP, PSV, PEEP, SIMV,
assist control modes and weaning protocols
• Simulator will flow trigger or pressure trigger a
ventilator to cycle
• Simulator can be configured to fight the ventilator
• Expired carbon dioxide automatically based on
patient condition and interventions
• Thumb twitch with standard Peripheral Nerve
Stimulator based