"Made in Iran" medical simulators were presented; Sattari: The technology of this equipment is unique in the world
The Vice President of Science and Technology, accompanied by the Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education, during a visit to "Made in Iran" medical simulators, emphasized the high capacity of knowledge-based companies in the production of "Made in Iran" medical equipment.
The permanent exhibition of Iran's export-based knowledge-based products was hosted by Sorena Sattari, Vice President of Science and Technology, and Saeed Namaki, Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education, at the Tehran International Exhibition Center.
Sorena Sattari, referring to the products presented in this exhibition, said: "Dr. Namaki has always been a supporter of knowledge-based companies." The Ministry of Health plays a key role in the field of medicine and treatment, and in recent months, cooperation in the development of medical education, which has expanded in the form of educational simulators.
The Vice President of Science and Technology, stating that the use of Iranian technological equipment, construction will lead to the development of medical knowledge, continued: This will improve the quality of medical education and bring research into medical schools. This is a new development in the field of medical education, and looking at the technology of these devices, we will see that each is a world of innovative work, some of which do not even have a similar foreign example.
According to the head of the National Elites Foundation, the production of Iranian samples, the construction of these devices is a big event in the field of education, and these devices will soon enter training protocols with the support of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education and 50% support of the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology.
Saeed Namaki, Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education, also said during the visit: "For a long time, one of our dreams was that in medical education, virtual education that Corona had a great impact on the quality of education in all sciences."
The Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education valued the role of knowledge-based companies in injecting innovation into medical education and said: "With the pure efforts and ideas of the Vice President for Science and Technology, with the help of empathy and the efforts of knowledge-based companies, use tools to assist students, residents, and faculty in performing medical operations in medical education.
He added: "There was a concern that we would suffer from shortages in medical education and we were looking for a way to reduce the improvement of medical staff knowledge in hospitals and conduct educational discussions, without causing harm or inconvenience to patients."
Namaki continued by stating that the simulation equipment preserves the dignity of the patient and promotes the training of the medical staff: in order to respect the rights of patients, it is necessary to inflict the least harm on patients in education; Such tools can help in this direction.
The Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education called the simulation devices of very delicate surgeries with the least medical error a great medical achievement and said: "In the near future, by breaking the political taboo that has been created against us in the world, during this period of sanctions Iran have been improved massively.
According to Namaki, the vaccine, especially Covid 19, which is being developed on six large platforms, proves that Iran is one of the most important centers of medical knowledge in the world and can play a role in the world.
He added: "For example, in the field of vaccines, we are the sixth country in the world to produce Covid 19 vaccines from zero to one hundred." Given the reasonable prices we have set for medical products and equipment, their exports will definitely take shape soon.
These simulators were made at the permanent exhibition of Iranian products, which will be held at the permanent location of Tehran International Exhibitions called "Iran Innovation and Technology House", hosted by Sorena Sattari, Vice President for Science and Technology, and Saeed Namaki, Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education.
Communication and Information Center in the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology