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Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Nurse Kathy Credille listens for breathing as Utah Valley Regional Medical Center doctors and nurses work on a baby delivery emergency simulation in Provo Tuesday, July 31, 2012. Utah Valley Regional Medical Center uses two state-of-the-art robotic mannequins to simulate a wide variety of situations such as a mother in labor, a surgery patient with no pulse, and a cancer patient who is hemorrhaging.

PROVO — Doctors and nurses on Tuesday at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center worked on a baby delivery emergency situation. The training exercise simulated a baby being delivered in a car in the hospital's parking lot.

The hospital uses two state-of-the-art robotic mannequins to simulate a wide variety of situations such as a mother in labor, a surgery patient with no pulse, and a cancer patient who is hemorrhaging.