Cabinet for adult medicine

Program established by the United Kingdom Resuscitation Council in 1993 (UNITED KINGDOM RESUSCITATION COUNCIL). It is a standardized course on evidence-based resuscitation recommendations (Evidence-based medicine) intended for medical professionals.
It was initially a national program of the United Kingdom, but today it is supported by the The European Resuscitation Council (ERC) and Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC). Annually, about 1,000 such courses are held, training about 20,000 professionals around the world, and more than 20 courses-modules of this type have been performed in MSC so far.

The aims of the adult medicine cabinet are:

1.Establishing recommendations for resuscitation procedures
2.Establishing standards for resuscitation
3.Learning resuscitation techniques
4.Encouraging scientific research related to resuscitation and knowledge tests-exams in the field of clinical medicine
5.Encouraging good working relationships between members of the resuscitation team

The medical equipment used in this cabinet is the HALL GAUMARD adult phantom simulator robot with WIFI connection and the ability to connect to multiple computers, laptops, tablets and other smart devices that use the Windows operating platform.