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Inventor:
Eggert; Michael S.
Address:
Birmingham, AL
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6527558 Interactive education system for teaching patient care March 4, 2003
An interactive education system is described for teaching patient care to a user. The system comprises a patient simulator, as well as a virtual instrument for use with the patient simulator in performing patient care activities. The systems also includes means for sensing an interaction
6443735 Computerized education system for teaching patient care September 3, 2002
A computerized education system with a physiological simulator for interactively teaching patient care to a user is described. The system comprises a computer program for displaying a selection of selectable modules for providing different interactive training sessions, and a virtual










 
 
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