“medical education”

Oct
24

Experience New TCCC Training Manikins at Military Medicine Congress

3B Scientific will have a dedicated stand demonstrating Tactical Combat Casualty Care & Hemorrhage Control training manikins at the 49th Annual Congress of the German Society for Military Medicine and Military Pharmacy (49. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Wehrmedizin & Wehrpharmazie) starting tomorrow. The congress will take place in Würzburg, Germany between the 25th and […]

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Oct
15

OBGYN Skills Lab Training to Enhance Student Training

Medical skills labs with simulators for student training are an established part of a medical faculty’s training program.  They offer a forgiving training environment where mistakes can serve as an excellent training tool.  Skills lab training is well documented for improving procedural skills in both novices and experts.  Whether complex surgical skills or basic clinical […]

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Oct
08

RealMom 2.0 – The World’s Most Advanced Birthing Simulator

Operative Experience Inc, the world’s only company specialising in hands-in-the-body simulators for obstetrics and trauma care, and a strategic partner with 3B Scientific, has recently announced the launch of RealMom 2.0, the updated model of the ultra-realistic birthing simulator.

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Mar
01

How Do Students Benefit From Skills Labs?

A growing and ageing world population means that the demand for skilled medical personnel is higher than ever. In the USA alone there are over 3 million registered nurses and almost a million doctors. The UK’s NHS is the country’s biggest employer. Every year, thousands of students embark on a new career in medicine, whether […]

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Jun
19

How Do We Speak?

It’s no news that the human body is a tremendously complex machine and we are still finding out lots about how it works and what processes our body goes through without us even having to think about it. Speech is one of the most complex things we do. In order to make ourselves understood, our […]

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Jun
19

Is There More To Discover About Anatomy?

Modern understanding of the structure of the human body really started with Leonardo Da Vinci. Although better known for his painting, Da Vinci was most interested in how the human body functioned and is thought to have dissected dozens of bodies to deepen his understanding of muscles, bones and tissue. He created over 700 anatomical […]

By Joanna | Anatomy . Medical Education
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Jul
11

Formaldehyde as a Carcinogen – How Do We Protect Medical Students?

Formaldehyde has long been used as an effective preservative on cadavers, either by undertakers as part of the embalming process, or by hospitals or universities which need to preserve whole bodies or organs for lengthy periods of time, as the chemicals delay the natural process of decay. As well as being used for preserving organisms, […]

By Joanna | Medical Education . Science
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Jun
03

Continued Efforts to Decrease Neonatal Mortality and Stillbirth

Advances in medical science over the last century have slashed the stillbirth and infant mortality rate. Before the medical advances made in the 19th century, it is estimated that between 30% and 40% of children born alive did not make their first birthday, and at the beginning of the 20th century in an advanced economy […]

By Joanna | Medical Education
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