CAE iStan

Adaptable. Expandable. Reliable.

A fully mobile patient simulator with advanced physiology and functionality for unlimited training possibilities

With advanced physiological modeling, wireless technology and the capacity to create an unlimited array of patient scenarios, iStan delivers the ultimate in mobility and functionality for advanced training in patient care. Engineered for training purposes, iStan is certified for in-flight use aboard major military aircraft. CAE's iStan is one of the most versatile, high-fidelity wireless patient simulators available.

iStan on ABC-TV "Grey's Anatomy"

CAE iStan on "The Doctors" TV Show: How to Apply a Tourniquet

Getting Started with iStan and a Macintosh Instructor Workstation

Flushing the IV System of CAE iStan

Preparing iStan for a Cricothyrotomy

Priming iStan’s IV System

Shutting down the iStan simulator

Using TouchPro

Changing iStan’s Genitalia

Connecting the SpO2 Probe to iStan

Draining iStan’s On-board Clear Fluid System

Flushing iStan’s Intraosseus Infusion Sites

Getting Started with iStan and a Tablet Instructor Workstation

Obtaining Non-invasive Blood Pressure Measurements with iStan

Performing Needle Decompression on iStan

Preparing iStan’s On-Board Bleeding System

Preparing iStan’s On-Board Clear Fluid System

Priming iStan’s Intraosseous Infusion Sites

Unpacking iStan and Finding the Serial Number

Cleaning the Trauma Fill Tank

Preparing Apollo, METIman or iStan for Standard Defibrillation, Cardioversion, and Pacing

Preparing Apollo/METIman or iStan for Hands-Free Defibrillation, Cardioversion, and Pacing

Using a CO2 Canister with iStan

Using iStan’s Genitourinary System

Using iStan’s On-Board Clear Fluid System

Using iStan’s On-Board Bleeding System

Using iStan’s Chest Tube Feature


iStan boasts high quality features, including flail chest, bilateral femoral and popliteal pulse, bilateral carotid and brachial pulse, trimus, cyanosis on fingers and toes, central IV lines, and fully articulated movement in the wrists, elbows, knees and ankles


With iStan, healthcare learners can train in CPR and perfect correct hand placement, depth and compression rate with iStan's physiological feedback capability for a more realistic training experience


iStan's quiet operation (which allows for audible patient sounds) and fully-reactive eyes add increased realism


Supports controlled asynchronous mechanical ventilation with variable bronchial resistance and lung compliance


iStan is completely wireless and expertly engineered for expanded, mobile training, giving instructors the freedom to launch a variety of simulation scenarios just about anywhere training is needed




Upper airway designed from CT scan data of a real human patient
Bag-valve-mask ventilation
Spontaneous breathing
Integrated SpO2 finger probe with patient monitor
Defibrillation and cardioversion using live defibrillators
Throat sounds; bowel sounds; wireless voice capability (live speech)
Bilateral chest tube insertion
Surgical and needle cricothyrotomy

Powered by Müse with Physiological Modeling


Powered by Müse with Physiological Modeling

With integrated physiology that is based on validated models of cardiovascular, respiratory and pharmacological systems, Müse accurately mimics medical conditions and responds automatically to clinical interventions. That means your learners get a consistent, objective learning experience every time until they master the skills necessary to save a human life. All patient simulators come with the Müse software platform.

Müse accurately mimics medical conditions and responds automatically to clinical interventions

Product Catalog

Download our full product catalog for more information on what CAE Healthcare has to offer


Through Acentium, we offer flexible rates on financing from $10,000 to $1.5 Million.

Custom Financing Options

“The iStan with mechanical ventilation functionality is a game changer for the USA Simulation Program.”

Mike Jacobs, DNS, RN
Director, University of South Alabama Simulation Program

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