Modern technology helps drugs in preparation for real-world scenes

“Help! Help us! “

Doctors at a field hospital rushed outside to respond to a soldier holding her military dog ​​that had fallen from Hamway. When the supervisor screams to save his partner’s life, the dog is bleeding from his missing leg. The injured dog was loaded into a garbage can and the supervisor followed him into the field hospital.

In Fak Makoi, Wisconsin, as a training assistant, the supervisor takes control of the animated cane.

S.G. 1st Class Christina Botcher, in the 78th Training Division, is a non-partisan mission officer for International Medical Influences and Stimulations (E&E), part of the CSTX, an experienced actor for training situations. Dog Supervisor.

The antitonic dog in question, nicknamed “Diesel”, is used to expose the soldiers to Canny’s medical care. E&E uses state-of-the-art technology such as diesel to create more effective and effective training for U.S. Army reservists.

The U.S. Army Reserve in E&E provides a wide range of medical training programs, including mass projections, medical displacement, and ambulance access.

The mass causes include man-made wounds and fake blood, as well as manicures, used directly for medical or scientific training purposes, missing limbs, burns, and head injuries. New Manikins comes with a controller that monitors blood flow, heart rate and activity.

“When I go [combat medic] School, we never had that opportunity, ”explains Butcher. The army has made jumps and boundaries for such products and I hope they continue on the path to simulation.

Butcher, a 7306th medical practice support officer, plays a role as a diesel supervisor for training exercises. The key to caring for an injured military dog ​​is not to separate the dog from its owner.

“I really enjoy it [role playing with] The dog because you have the ability to emotionally interact with the dog when you are in control, ”said Butcher. You can communicate emotionally, even if it is a robot.

Michael Roth, a medical simulation technician and instructor at the Regional Training Center, explains how the improved technology will change the way soldiers respond to their slaves.

“While the sound is simple, the sound completely changes the dynamics of the hospital,” says Roth. This really makes people feel that this is not just plastic, even if it is real.

Diesel’s ability to strike, shout, grumble, and shout gives soldiers the most advanced training, especially for those who are not used to seeing a dog in the hospital. Diesel can also have a variety of injuries, including gunshot wounds and missing limbs.

Human mannequins are also becoming more and more prone to changes in the legs, wounds, and internal injuries. Versatility Soldiers say they do not practice for certain injuries and are always on their toes.

Global Medical is part of the Army’s Reserve Medical Command’s main mission to provide trained, armed and ready-made personnel and medical personnel to support the overall strength of the battlefield today and tomorrow.

“We want the training to be as realistic as possible,” said Botcher. “We do a lot of wound training here. If you have some type of injury, we will explain to you how you would react or how you would respond if your illness was not real.

A.D. On August 14, 2021, the C130 was damaged by a rocket-propelled grenade. In the Young Army Air Strip, Boatcher prepares live players and a number of traumatized coaches (Matthias) and expects medical treatment from Blackhawk helicopters and ambulances.

“We are trying to increase the number of soldiers who can be recruited,” said Roth. “We do not want it to be easy [medics] Doing their work in real life is not easy. ”

Date taken: 08.15.2021
Date posted: 08.15.2021 20:21
History ID: 403115
Place Fort MCCOY, WI, USA

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