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UNC-CH professor, KindHeart founders apply for patent for trauma simulator

​Four people affiliated with UNC-Chapel Hill have applied for a patent for a modular staged simulator and process of simulating medical trauma, according to a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent is for an invention directed to a modular staged simulator and a process of simulating medical trauma and maladies for the purpose of training or certifying individuals, including medical professionals. Richard Feins, W. Andrew Grubbs, Alexander Grubbs and Matthew Dedmon filed the patent in July. Feins is a professor of surgery and medical director of perioperative services at UNC Hospitals. He was principal investigator...

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