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ZOOM Emergency Room
Code Red
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Retail) (CODEREDDR)

Publisher: Legacy Interactive

Realistic Blood

You Are An Overworked and Underpaid ER Resident!

Interact with 35 patients and a top-notch ER staff. Uncover the triumph and tragedies in your patients' lives. Code Red will draw you in emotionally and keep you on the edge of your seat. It's the perfect game for anyone, with or without medical training, who wants to experience what it's really like to be an ER doctor. It's real life, heart pumping drama, and you're always at the center of the action.

You play an overworked and underpaid ER resident in a large public hospital. The city is up in arms after the recent death of a woman who was left untreated for 12 hours in your emergency room. Despite the scandal your job must go on, even in the midst of chaos. Every decision is critical. If another patient is lost, the next big headline might be about you!

Features:

35 cases ranging from anorexia to stab wounds, hypothermia, suicidal depression, head trauma, drug overdose and more.

Discover clues about the diagnosis by questioning the patient and family.

Access your handheld computer for tool descriptions, complete treatment protocols, medical glossary, Q and A, and even hints.

All medical cases are accurate and realistic - created by real ER doctors.

Use more than 50 realistic exam and treatment tools including chest tube, defibrillators, CT scans, ultrasounds and much more!

Successfully treat cases and get promoted all the way to Chief of Staff.

Three modes of play - Easy, Normal and Expert.

Time Triggers increase the pressure to perform critical procedures fast!

Heart pounding excitement! Unforgettable patients!

  • Nick, stabbed in the back, a classic case of wrong place, wrong time.
  • Sweatsock Pimp, in for a psych evaluation
  • Anna, delirious with `ecstasy'
  • An elderly congestive heart failure patient who is a DNR case
  • A liposuction case gone wrong
  • Suicidal Sandy
  • and much more!

But appearance may be misleading. What starts out as a cut and dried case can quickly turn into something more complicated, depending on your actions!

Code Red is created by the developers of the best selling Emergency Room series. Code Red combines dramatic emergency cases, realistic medical tools and procedures, and photo-realistic injuries with Legacy's unique and thought-provoking gameplay.

Requirements:

Win95/98/Me/2000/XP: 266 MHz Pentium, 32 MB RAM, 16 bit color 2 MB Video Card, 16 x CD-ROM drive, sound card.

Power Mac: 266 MHz, 32 MB RAM, thousands of colors - 16 bit video card, 16 x CD-ROM drive, sound card.

Reviews:

Just Adventure by Harriet Gurganus

"...Emergency Room: Code Red is reminiscent of that environment, however, in this virtual ER you can slow the pace to meet your decision making needs. You can play in the easy mode (beginners only); the normal mode (most players); or in expert (medical expert). Unless you have a medical background, I suggest that you begin in the easy mode. The medical challenges in this game are realistic and will call upon you to make split second diagnostic choices. If you make the wrong choice you may damage your patient forever. As your treatment regimes become more assured you can turn up the heat and advance to the normal or expert settings."

"Created by actual ER physicians, this is not a game for the faint of heart or weak of stomach. If blood makes you feel faint I suggest you keep an ammonia capsule (once know as smelling salts) in your lab coat pocket. The tools for your success are provided by the Legacy people. The scenarios are realistic. The action is believable. The medical equipment and patient complaints are exactly what you would see in every ER in the US. And the interface between you, the patient and the patient care computer is easy to use and accurate."



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