A Journey Through the History of Healthcare Simulation
In the 18th century, the first Birthing Simulator was introduced by Angélique Marguerite Le Boursier du Coudray (1712-1794) -France
The First flight simulator by Edwin Albert Link 1929
In the 1960s, Peter Safar invent the mouth-to-mouth and CPR mannequin Resusci-Anne.
Harvey, the first Cardiology simulator by Dr. Michael Gordon, was introduced in 1968 during the AHA conference.
The first computer-controlled mannequin simulators. It was made by a collaboration between, Dr. Stephen Abrahamson, an engineer, and Dr. Judson Denson, a physician, mid of 1960