At long last, here is the essential human element in patient simulation — the mannequin that moves, breathes, lives and dies so realistically and compellingly that medical education will never be the same. Developed with the United States Army, iStan is durable enough for combat and built for life and is completely wireless. Procedures that can be performed on iStan include defibrillation, chest tube, catheterization, and needle decompression. He can also "drool, cry, and bleed out of his ears."
Designed from the inside out, METI has created the first patient simulator truly based around a human-like skeletal structure, a revolutionary development in itself. iStan also closely mimics the anatomical workings of the human body to a level of realism not possible with other simulators. Spine, neck, arms and hips all move with incredible life-like accuracy.
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