Figure 3. Example of a scenario algorithm used for an MMOR session. The patented software interface supports the development of physiologically complex scenarios involving the mannequin. BL = baseline; MI = myocardial infarction; PEA = pulseless electrical activity; NSR = normal sinus rhythm; K = potassium; Vtach = ventricular tachycardia; J = Joules. Copyright pending. Source: Paige J, Kozmenko V, Morgan B, et al. J Surg Educ 2007; 64(6): 369–377. Used with permission.

Figure 3Example of a scenario algorithm used for an MMOR session. The patented software interface supports the development of physiologically complex scenarios involving the mannequin. BL = baseline; MI = myocardial infarction; PEA = pulseless electrical activity; NSR = normal sinus rhythm; K = potassium; Vtach = ventricular tachycardia; J = Joules. Copyright pending. Source: Paige J, Kozmenko V, Morgan B, et al. J Surg Educ 2007; 64(6): 369–377. Used with permission

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