Teaching system for training specialists in the development and operation of magnetic resonance tomographs
An educational system is considered for training specialists in the field of development, operation, and repair of tomographic units, a requirement is demonstrated of introducing innovative training technology, and interactive and virtual educational facilities are described.
Key wordsmedical equipment magnetic resonance tomography virtual laboratories education.
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