Haptica ProMIS Colorectal Surgery Simulation

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Haptica ProMIS Colorectal Surgery Simulation. Surgeons can practice a full hand-assisted or fully laparoscopic procedure.
This slide show shows the key elements of the simulated procedure.
See a video on www.youtube.com/haptica100

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Haptica ProMIS Colorectal Surgery Simulation

  1. 1. Users practice on a physical, anatomically correct model with defined surgical planes — with IMA, pulsation, ureter, etc © Haptica 2006-2010
  2. 2. Whether done HALS or purely laparoscopically, real instruments are used, including energy devices and staplers © Haptica 2006-2010
  3. 3. Whether done HALS or purely laparoscopically, real instruments are used, including energy devices and staplers © Haptica 2006-2010
  4. 4. In Step 1, a virtual small bowel is retracted when the bodyform is tilted. A video shows how the step works in a real procedure and provides additional guidance © Haptica 2006-2010
  5. 5. In Step 3, once the tissue has been dissected, the user identifies the IMA through haptic feel – with either instrument or hand © Haptica 2006-2010
  6. 6. Onscreen graphics provide guidance for dissection, transaction, retraction - and performance measurement © Haptica 2006-2010
  7. 7. Users must stop (virtual) bleeding overlaid on the haptic model using the real energy device © Haptica 2006-2010
  8. 8. The colon is externalized to resect the tumor and insert the anvil of the circular stapler
  9. 9. Sutures are used to secure the anvil. Anastomosis is created intra-corporeally
  10. 10. Irrigation and suction is performance through virtual reality and real instruments
  11. 11. On completing the procedure, users review performance results. Simulators can be networked for gathering group resutls © Haptica 2006-2010
  12. 12. And examine the real model for performance © Haptica 2006-2010

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