Doctors learn surgeries, spare animals with TraumaMan
from The Globe and Mail
Doctors who need to operate on injured patients in emergencies have long practiced their lifesaving procedures on live animals, but now a replica of a human, called TraumaMan, is helping to modernize their training. Thanks to a partnership between the manufacturer of TraumaMan – Seattle-based Simulab – and the animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, more than 100 donated TraumaMan simulators are arriving at medical schools in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
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