Life or Death
||(Win95/98/Me/Mac) (Retail) (ERLIFEDR)
Don't Worry... You Can Save Her Next
In this latest edition of the award winning Emergency Room
CD-ROM series, you tackle 50 all new medical cases, every one life-threatening.
The patients can be saved from an untimely death, but it depends on you.
Emergency Room Life or Death is part of the best selling Emergency Room series,
with more than 400,000 copies sold.
They'll Die Without Your
In this realistic medical game, you examine, diagnose, and
treat patients clinging to life in a busy hospital ER. You're their only hope.
Can you take the pressure?
Make use of more than 40 interactive tools to keep your
patients alive. Put together a string of successful cases, and find yourself
promoted all the way to Chief of Staff. Fall, and watch the morgue overflow.
Good luck, doctor. Your patients' lives are in your hands.
This is a state of the art
hospital, with all the information, online help and supplies you need to be
Not for the faint of
heart, cases range from heart attack patients, stabbing and drowning victims,
drug overdose, and much more.
Tools You Control
Control the tools in
closeup mode: clean and sew up wounds, apply bandages, etc.
Examine and Treat
Do a thorough exam,
diagnose their problem, then patch them up. It's that simple.
Take Lots of Tests
Take all the tests you
need: blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, stool and urine tests, and more.
You can do unnecessary
procedures, but expect a tongue lashing from the Chief of Staff.
Hand Held Computer
Use your medomatic to
access a 3000 word glossary, notes, patient history, and helpful suggestions
from the nurse.
Hints and Help
Dr. Snyder reviews your work
in the Discharge Room. With any luck, you'll be promoted from med student to
Chief of Staff.
So Realistic, You'll Forget It's A Game
- 50 all new critical care cases, with more available from
- Over 50 different medical tools and tests to control
- More than 150 dramatic video segments, including some
helpful feedback from the hospital staff
- Accurate medical procedures, designed by an ER
- Photorealistic patients and injuries
- What it's really like to be an ER doctor
Windows 95/98/Me: 200 MHz Pentium, 32 MB RAM, high
color / 16 bit capable 2MB video card, 16x CD-ROM drive, sound card.
Power MAC: OS 7.6 or higher, 200 MHz, thousands of
colors / 16 bit capable video card, 16x CD-ROM drive, 32 MB RAM.
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