High Tech Dummies to the Rescue of Doctors

Dummies are commonly used in teaching of medicine. These are pathetic passive lumps that do not inspire.
Now come hitech dummis that are almost alive.
But today's trauma alerts were different. The patient was bleeding and had rapidly changing vital signs, but he was never in danger of dying -- because he was never alive.

At a glance it looks just like a mannequin. But this is no dummy.

It is a high tech patient simulator. It's equipped with robotics that allows it to move, hemorrhage and provide vitals for doctors.
High-tech dummies help doctors save lives | CNN Business


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