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KGS Acquires Medical Simulation Tech Maker

HealthFairfax, Virginia-based technology and professional services contractor KGS has purchased a portion of Employee Leasing Solutions that manufactures medical training simulation products.

KGS acquired the TraumaFX product line in an effort to bring “rugged and realistic” medical simulation products to its customers, the company said Wednesday.

TraumaFX comprises untethered trauma training manikins with special effects technology to help trainees practice combat casualty care and other medical care scenarios.

The Army Research Lab helped develop the TraumaFX products.

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