St. Luke's unveils mobile medical simulation center: 3 notes

St. Luke's Hospital in Fountain Hill, Pa., plans to launch a $382,000 mobile medical simulation center next month, WFMZ-TV reports.

Three notes:

1. The 34-foot-long truck comprises typical medical equipment and technology that other hospital rooms have as well as cameras to record interactions.

2. The mobile center aims to train medical professionals, including students and physicians, by using 3D-printed body parts or a manikin that can simulate human functions such as bleeding, sweating and crying.

3. In an emergency, the mobile lab can be converted into a treatment center for patients.

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