Simulation in battlefield medicine: cut suit


Presented by Thomas J. Nelson, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting; Advancements in Military Surgery

the problem–2:27
historical training perspective–4:49
new model–5:48
Cut Suit–6:51

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