Surgical Simulators

Simulation has become an essential part of training for procedures like laparoscopy, endoscopy, neurology etc as it offers measurable improvement in skills. CAE Healthcare’s interventional simulators allow learners to assimilate didactic content while practicing psychomotor skills associated with various procedures. The haptic technology provides accurate visual, audio and tactile force feedback responses. The user-friendly interface is easy to configure and saves time for instructors.

 


Below are the list of Surgical Simulators

LapVR

Using CAE LapVR simulator, learners can gain experience and competence in minimally invasive surgical (MIS) skills. It supports use of multimedia content to augment learner’s experience; this feature is exclusive to this simulator. They can practice on basic and essential surgical and laparoscopic skills such as suturing, knot tying and loop ligation. Because of its accurate haptic technology, it helps learners in acquiring tactile surgical skills. This simulator has various modules ranging from basic to advanced, as well as some frequently performed laparoscopic surgeries like gall bladder removal and tubal occlusion. Therefore, it provides a risk-free learning environment so that learners can be confident before they start touching real patients. The course planning is easy with this simulator. Administrators can setup tasks for individuals or groups and case parameters can be tailored to learner`s accomplishment. The recorded metrics and outcomes are useful for de-briefing at the end of each case. Along with post-case debriefing, the metrics can be used for analysis and continuous development of trainees.

The broad-range of LapVR modules start from basic laparoscopic techniques progressing to laparoscopic cholecystectomy and bilateral tubal occlusion. It has 8 cases among which the appendectomy module can be set-up depending on the learner’s skill level. Cases are obtained from real patient data. It comes with comprehensive curriculum planning and learner assessment features. CAEs LapVR simulator is lightweight, compact and easy to put aside. It is height-adjustable so that learners can adequately develop visual-spatial dexterity with both dominant and non-dominant hands.

 


LapVR

Using CAE LapVR simulator, learners can gain experience and competence in minimally invasive surgical (MIS) skills. It supports use of multimedia content to augment learner’s experience; this feature is exclusive to this simulator. They can practice on basic and essential surgical and laparoscopic skills such as suturing, knot tying and loop ligation. Because of its accurate haptic technology, it helps learners in acquiring tactile surgical skills. This simulator has various modules ranging from basic to advanced, as well as some frequently performed laparoscopic surgeries like gall bladder removal and tubal occlusion. Therefore, it provides a risk-free learning environment so that learners can be confident before they start touching real patients. The course planning is easy with this simulator. Administrators can setup tasks for individuals or groups and case parameters can be tailored to learner`s accomplishment. The recorded metrics and outcomes are useful for de-briefing at the end of each case. Along with post-case debriefing, the metrics can be used for analysis and continuous development of trainees.

The broad-range of LapVR modules start from basic laparoscopic techniques progressing to laparoscopic cholecystectomy and bilateral tubal occlusion. It has 8 cases among which the appendectomy module can be set-up depending on the learner’s skill level. Cases are obtained from real patient data. It comes with comprehensive curriculum planning and learner assessment features. CAEs LapVR simulator is lightweight, compact and easy to put aside. It is height-adjustable so that learners can adequately develop visual-spatial dexterity with both dominant and non-dominant hands.

 


LapVR

Using CAE LapVR simulator, learners can gain experience and competence in minimally invasive surgical (MIS) skills. It supports use of multimedia content to augment learner’s experience; this feature is exclusive to this simulator. They can practice on basic and essential surgical and laparoscopic skills such as suturing, knot tying and loop ligation. Because of its accurate haptic technology, it helps learners in acquiring tactile surgical skills. This simulator has various modules ranging from basic to advanced, as well as some frequently performed laparoscopic surgeries like gall bladder removal and tubal occlusion. Therefore, it provides a risk-free learning environment so that learners can be confident before they start touching real patients. The course planning is easy with this simulator. Administrators can setup tasks for individuals or groups and case parameters can be tailored to learner`s accomplishment. The recorded metrics and outcomes are useful for de-briefing at the end of each case. Along with post-case debriefing, the metrics can be used for analysis and continuous development of trainees.

The broad-range of LapVR modules start from basic laparoscopic techniques progressing to laparoscopic cholecystectomy and bilateral tubal occlusion. It has 8 cases among which the appendectomy module can be set-up depending on the learner’s skill level. Cases are obtained from real patient data. It comes with comprehensive curriculum planning and learner assessment features. CAEs LapVR simulator is lightweight, compact and easy to put aside. It is height-adjustable so that learners can adequately develop visual-spatial dexterity with both dominant and non-dominant hands.