Check that "man"...932nd Airlift Wing's Medical Group gets robot feedback

Is he having a real problem? What does the patient's monitor say? One of the greatest advantages of technology is having the opportunity to try something in the "virtual world" before trying it in the real world. Before heading overseas on an deployment, 932nd Medical Group member Staff Sgt. Brett Anderson and Capt. Danielle Loyd practiced lifesaving skills on a "Sim-man" or simulationman robotic patient, in the 932nd Medical Group building. Many medical symptoms can be programmed into the robot so that the training becomes very lifelike to the medical personnel. They are members of the 932nd Airlift Wing, part of the Air Force Reserve Command. Photo/Capt. Stan Paregien

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