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Being ready for a medical emergency is always important in any given setting. Trauma & casualty simulation when training, however, can be crucial for military and official personnel or even civilian training for high-risk settings such as a factory. Dealing with trauma emergencies can be much more efficient if people are knowledgeable and properly trained. […]

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A woman walks past. Her arms are covered in black & blue bruises and swollen veins. She is being abused. By her fellow classmates. Learning how to insert a catheter. Gone are the days where paramedic students needed to practice venipuncture on each other. Gone are the days of amateurs sticking you with needles. This […]

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