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. …

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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  • 1. Users practice on a physical, anatomically correct model with defined surgical planes — with IMA, pulsation, ureter, etc © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 2. Whether done HALS or purely laparoscopically, real instruments are used, including energy devices and staplers © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 3. Whether done HALS or purely laparoscopically, real instruments are used, including energy devices and staplers © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 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. 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. Onscreen graphics provide guidance for dissection, transaction, retraction - and performance measurement © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 7. Users must stop (virtual) bleeding overlaid on the haptic model using the real energy device © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 8. The colon is externalized to resect the tumor and insert the anvil of the circular stapler
  • 9. Sutures are used to secure the anvil. Anastomosis is created intra-corporeally
  • 10. Irrigation and suction is performance through virtual reality and real instruments
  • 11. On completing the procedure, users review performance results. Simulators can be networked for gathering group resutls © Haptica 2006-2010
  • 12. And examine the real model for performance © Haptica 2006-2010