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January 9, 2018

Physiology of Simulation Part 2: Heart Rate, Respirato! A Guide for Techs

Some simulation team members may have a limited background in physiology or medicine. An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable non medical simulationists to better understand medical simulation. This article is the second in a series of posts related to physiology. The first article entitled Physiology – the Force Behind Healthcare Simulation discussed an overview [...]

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January 3, 2018

Top 50 Healthcare Simulation Articles of 2017

Every year HealthySimulation.com puts together a “Top 50” list of the most read and shared healthcare simulation articles from the daily posts produced throughout the entire year. This list is a fantastic way to catch up with the best of posts so that you can make sure you didn’t miss something super important for the [...]

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January 1, 2018

Physiology – The “Force” Behind Healthcare Simulation: A Guide for Technical Staff

Some simulation team members may have a limited background in physiology or medicine.  An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable non medical simulationists to better understand medical simulation. This article is the first in a series of posts about physiology that will published over the next year. Physiology is defined as the study of [...]

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December 6, 2017

Customizable Simulator for Under $10K? Meet the New SynDaver Advanced Modular Mannequin

What if you could specifically design a trauma wound for your advanced patient simulator, 3D print the limb, and use quick adapters to easily connect it — without ever having to leave your sim lab? Well, the newly launched SynDaver Advanced Modular Mannequin (SAMM) is currently the only manikin in the world that can do [...]

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