Simulated Surgery Techniques Become More Sophisticated; Do They Improve Patient Outcomes?

Just as flight simulation is used to train pilots and allow them to make mistakes without threatening lives, surgical simulations, with mannequins that mimic human functions such as breathing and bleeding, put novice and experienced doctors into realistic crisis situations where they can hone and refine their skills. Are simulators really effective?

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