The words “he’s stopped breathing” cause nursing students at Northern Arizona University to scramble to their patient’s side. They administer emergency procedures to revive him, and although he starts breathing again, he still isn’t alive.
He’s a SimMan, an advanced training mannequin designed to simulate a live human so nursing students can practice real-life skills in a safe environment.
This is no ordinary classroom. Made to replicate an actual hospital ward, curtains drape around five beds. Monitors blink, oxygen pumps and… Read more