Aircraft simulator trains clinicians for combat medical care

03/18/2014 | USA Today

The University of Cincinnati Medical Center uses an aircraft simulation center where Air Force trainers teach soon-to-be deployed physicians and nurses about battlefield medical techniques to save critically injured military personnel and transport them to a hospital. The school has data on more than 5,000 missions flown in Iraq and Afghanistan and plans to study the information on treatments and complications.

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