Simantha

Simantha

An endovascular simulation system that improves patient care by providing training that increases the competence and confidence of healthcare providers.

Simantha

Graduate education A computerized humanoid simulator used to train medical personnel in catheterization, reponse to simulated medical emergencies, etc
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The VR simulator of Simantha is developed by the Medical Simulation Corporation in the USA; the force feedback device of this simulator is located in a patient model [10].
Simantha Persall, 20, of 85 Moreland Green Drive, Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (baseball bat), dismissed.
Stan and Simantha are revolutionizing medical training and will provide a viable alternative to animal experimentation in the future.
Simantha, another life-sized features a realistic, computer-generated voice that helps physicians perfect cardiac procedures such as angioplasty and stent implantation.
The prescriptions all belong to Simantha, her 10-year-old daughter.
Simantha's behavioral problems began 6 years ago, just after blood tests showed she was being poisoned by lead dust from old paint in her home.
When Simantha was four, her blood lead was tested as part of a required physical for Head Start pre-school.
They don't tell you it's just the beginning." The results were a shock to Angela, especially since Simantha had a normal lead test at age one and appeared to be in good health and developing normally.
Shortly after Simantha's first birthday, the family moved to a small two bedroom house on a quiet side street, a quaint home built in the early 1900s.
People don't understand that the dust on your table can poison your child." When Simantha was two, her mother noticed she was not as talkative as other children.
Simantha is eager to show a new friend around her room, especially the photographs of her recent horseback riding lessons offered through a special education program for severely learning disabled children.
Public health advocates charge the industry-friendly Bush administration is stacking government science advisory committees to protect lead businesses -- at the expense of children like Simantha.