The female trauma mannequin is a simulator connected to a computer tablet to allow units to‘control her vital signs to make the training more realistic,’Ellison said.
The four-day training event was hosted by the Medical Simulation Training Center at Stewart to gather feedback on the technology, make improvements and possibly have a ‘viable product in the year 2022 or 2023,’ according to Dec. 3 Army release.
‘We are assessing the prototype,’ Lt. Col. Rickardo Christopher, product manager of medical simulation for the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), said in the release. ‘Our first thing is to find out exactly the good, the bad and what needs improvement. Once we do that, our plan is to go ahead and do research and analysis.’
The teaching and practice of military skills.
Due to the current strain in relations, joint military operations and training between the U.S. and the Iraqis have been scaled back.