This news item is about: Most veterinarians would agree that trial and error has its place in clinical training. But not in the emergency room. When it comes to administering urgent care to stabilize an emergency case, there simply is no room for mistakes. One false move and a life can be lost. How can students be taught to handle real-time emergencies without endangering a critical patient’s well being? That was the need that Dr. Dan Fletcher, Assistant Professor of Emergency and Critical Care, set out to fill in designing a sophisticated “rescue dog” mannequin and software program—the first of its kind in veterinary medicine.
Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Fletcher, Daniel