Computer-Simulated Medical Emergencies: Teaching Programs for Undergraduate Education
Medical education has always demanded a great deal from the medical student who has to acquire numerous skills and retain a vast amount of information on a diverse number of subjects during both the preclinical and the clinical periods. The number of subjects is increasing as is the depth to which each must be taught in order for the student to gain a satisfactory understanding.
KeywordsMercury Respiration Hydrocele
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