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April 24, 2012

Simulator livens up training at FMH

NEW ALBANY — The SimMan 3G patient simulator is used for advanced emergency medical training. It has the ability to bleed, have seizures, sweat, breathe and talk. The SimMan 3G allows users to program a medical scenario, with a pre-programmed situation or for an unexpected emergency. The SimMan 3G cost $67,000 and was paid for with a grant along with funds for the hospital, Floyd Memorial Auxiliary and FMH Foundation. Demonstrations were given to hospital associates throughout the day Monday.

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