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ITEC 2018: Growth in US Army’s simulated medical training

15th May 2018 - 15:45 GMT | by Helen Haxell in London


The US Army is seeing a growth area in the employment of realistic medical training such as manikins, Brig Gen William Cole told delegates at the keynote conference at ITEC 2018.

Tactical Combat Care (TCC) in a simulative and training environment is with a particular focus on the soldier immersing themselves from the point of injury with a manikin to the next stage of evacuation to the hospital.

This is being conducted through the utilisation of manikins to simulating inflight care through realistic technology.

The manikins utilised have the capacity to react, creating a fully immersive and holistic experience for …

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