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Published on Feb 15, 2010
Simon, a SimMan 3G robot that can be programmed to have a range of medical conditions, from heart disease to constipation, is being used by Pharmacy students at the University of Bath to help practise diagnostic skills and treating patients. He's a life-sized model that talks, breathes and reacts to medicines in the same way as a real human. He can be examined for blood pressure, heart and lung function, and can even be changed into a female! More info: http://www.bath.ac.uk/news/2010/02/15...