From the article:
In a first-of-its-kind training session, Lakewood firefighters are working through multiple complex scenarios to bring the most advanced emergency care to residents with symptoms of stroke or other life-threatening events. In some cases, the “victims” are human actors. In other cases, the victim is a full-size mannequin programmed digitally to respond to treatment.
Supported by MetroHealth’s Simulation Lab and Cleveland Clinic’s Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit, Lakewood first responders are rehearsing in real time how they would respond to emergency calls. The Simulation Lab travels to fire departments, schools and other facilities to enhance training.
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