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Anesthesia simulators have long been a dream of many educators in anesthesia. Like the pilot of an aircraft, the anesthesiologist is often faced with rare but life-threatening circumstances, in which only one's skill and expertise stand between the patient and a bad outcome. Pilots fortunately have had flight trainers to practice their art, so that they can have experience dealing with rare events before their skill becomes necessary. With the
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