Medical Education Technologies, Inc. provides learning tools. The company focuses on offering simulators to simulate bleeding, breathing, talking, blinking, and numerous other physiological characteristics to simulate various medical emergency scenarios, including heart attack, drug overdose, vehicular accidents, effects from weapons of mass destruction, bio-terrorism, and other traumatic injuries. It provides human patient, wireless and tetherless, emergency care, portable pediatric patient, exam, and surgical simulators; SurgicalSIM LTS for testing and training basic skills for laparoscopic surgery; SurgicalSIM TURP, a virtual-reality-based simulator developed to train and assess the skills necessary to perform a Transurethral Resection of the Prostate or TURP; and LiVE that delivers medical simulation training; METIVision, a digital audio-visual management system. The company also offers eDose, a Web-based solution for drug dosage calculations and assessments for healthcare students and professionals; program for nursing curriculum integration, which include consulting program, on-site training, and product education; and learning platform that allows students and practitioners to practice without harming real patients. It offers its products through distributors in South America, Asia, Europe, and internationally. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida with an additional office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Medical Education Technologies, Inc. is a former subsidiary of L-3 Communications Corporation.