R.I. nursing high school first in region to use synthetic cadaver

STUDENTS AT RHODE ISLAND Nurses Institute Middle College check out the synthetic cadaver, which the school was able to purchase with a grant from the Champlin Foundation. / COURTESY RINIMC
STUDENTS AT RHODE ISLAND Nurses Institute Middle College check out the synthetic cadaver, which the school was able to purchase with a grant from the Champlin Foundation. / COURTESY RINIMC
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Nurses Institute Middle College in Providence has acquired a synthetic cadaver, using the new technology in its classroom, one of only seven in the world to do so, according to an RINIMC press release. “Syndavers,” made by SynDaver Labs in Tampa, Fla., contain hundreds of replaceable muscles, bones, organs, veins and…

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