The Simulation to Advance Innovation and Learning Center (SAIL), is a premier center for surgical training. Medical students and professionals alike use this to develop and train for surgeries and medical emergencies.
Upper school students were given access to this wonderful center for a short field trip last Tuesday. Students attended a short lecture from the leaders of SAIL, had an opportunity to observe surgery simulators, and also practice on sophisticated mannequins that can simulate medical conditions and emergency situations. These mannequins replicate life responses, such as pulse, heart rate, breathing, and even pupil dilation. As you can see from the pictures, the class had a great experience.