How high-tech simulations ready med students for real-life situations
from The Globe and Mail
Patients have enough to fret about before an operation or a tricky procedure without worrying if their doctor honed his hand-eye coordination playing video games. The good news is that teaching hospitals have ultra-expensive and high-tech simulation centers where medical students can practice their suturing and cutting skills on robots instead of people.
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