Dr. Tyler Wadsworth, the Medical Director for the SLU Athletic Training Education Program, conducted a lab with some of the students in the College of Medicine's Simulation Lab. This is a part of the class MAT 580: Medical Conditions in Athletic Training. They listened to normal and identified abnormal heart and lung sounds using the state-of-the-art SAM practice manikin. This is yet another advantage of being housed on the Health Science Campus at SLU.
|Dr. Wadsworth introduces the SAM manikin to the students.|
|Dr. Wadsworth creates a scenario while Leah Egeland and JJ Hannigan listen to it.|
|Kacey Morrison and Kemba Noel-London get valuable practice identifying rare, abdnormal heart and lung sounds.|
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