CCRI health students practice medical care on lifelike manikins

THIS 3G ADULT simulator serves as a “patient” for CCRI allied health students in a fully-stocked simulated hospital room. / PBN PHOTO/NANCY KIRSCH
THIS 3G ADULT simulator serves as a “patient” for CCRI allied health students in a fully-stocked simulated hospital room. / PBN PHOTO/NANCY KIRSCH
LINCOLN – Why were people surprised to hear an infant’s cries and an adult’s complaints at the Community College of Rhode Island’s Flanagan Campus in Lincoln on the afternoon of Dec. 1? Humans’ cries and complaints are nothing extraordinary, but these came from high-tech manikins, which serve as the “patients” at CCRI’s new Clinical Simulation…

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