Looks like there is a new manikin on the horizon from the team at CREST! The Daily UW recently reported about the manikin’s development, which while initially seems to have combat medics in mind, will also have lasting civilian opportunities with the industries first “open source” programming interface.
Named after Frankenstein, the roughly 6-foot manikin [...]
Florian Schwander, ER-nurse and mega-code instructor from Switzerland wrote to HealthySimulation.com to share his new software for emergency medicine simulations: The Vital Sign Simulator. This downloadable program is an open-source project, free to use and modify!
The vital sign simulator is intended for use in medical emergency training simulations. In combination with an affordable low-fidelity CPR [...]