No dummy: Medical mannequin aids military medicine
May 26, 1999
FORT INDIANTOWNGAP, PENNSYLVANIA (CNN) -- Military medics have a new training tool to help them as they head into the battlefield. "Stan" is a virtual mannequin, a breathing simulator with pupils that react, blood pressure that rises and falls, and well-placed chips that react just like a human to medication. "You can practice without risk," says Ron Carovano, deputy director of government systems at Medical Education Technologies Inc.
Web posted at: 6:19 p.m. EDT (2219 GMT)
Medical Correspondent Eileen O'Connor reports.
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