Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery: Summary of Work to Date

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Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery: Summary of Work to Date

  1. 1. Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery: Curriculum and Certification Roger Smith, PhD Chief Technology Officer roger.smith@flhosp.org www.nicholsoncenter.com
  2. 2. Robotic and Telesurgery Research Project Robotic Curriculum Telesurgery SimulationConsensus Conference: Communication Latency: Military-use Validation:•Define Robotic Surgery outcomes •Map surgical movements to latency •Identify military constraints•Develop Robotic Surgery curriculum •Redesign for latency tolerance •Validate simulator for military-use•Develop specific training tasks •Introduce instruments for safety •Define deployable package •Target city-pairs by latencyCurriculum Validation: Automatic Surgery: Surgical Rehearsal:•Validate training tasks •Record movements in simulator •Import patient CT scan•Identify testing measures •Execute movements with robot •Patient-specific rehearsal simulator•Set passing criteria •Measure accuracy of outcome •Measure impact on surgical perform
  3. 3. Grants Funding WorkPI: Vipul Patel, MD & Roger Smith, PhD PI: Richard Satava, MDFlorida Hospital Nicholson Center Minimally Invasive Robotics AssocSource: Department of Defense Source: Intuitive Surgical Inc. * This work was supported by an unrestricted educational grant through the Minimally Invasive Robotics Association from Intuitive Surgical Incorporated. ** This effort was also sponsored by the Department of the Army, Award Number W81XWH-11-2-0158 to the recipient Adventist Health System/Sunbelt, Inc., Florida Hospital Nicholson Center. “The U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity, 820 Chandler Street, Fort Detrick MD 21702-5014 is the awarding and administering acquisition office.” The content of the information does not necessarily reflect the position or the policy of the Government, and no official endorsement should be inferred.
  4. 4. Mission StatementCreate and develop a validated multi-specialty, technical skills competency basedcurriculum for surgeons to safely andefficiently perform basic robotic-assistedsurgery.
  5. 5. Consensus Conference Process• Outcomes Measures (Dec 12-13, 2011)• Curriculum (April 29-30, 2012)• Validation Criteria (est. July 12-13, 2012)• Validation Studies• Transition to Objective Testing Organization (est July 2013)• Expert Discussion and Contributions• Modified Delphi Voting Mechanism
  6. 6. Participating Organizations• American Association Gynecologic • Minimally Invasive Robotic Association Laparoscopy (AAGL)+ (MIRA)*• American College of Surgeons (ACS) • Society for Robotic Surgery (SRS)• American Congress of OB-Gyn (ACOG) • Society of American Gastrointestinal• American Urologic Association (AUA) + and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) +• American Academy of Orthopedic • American Board of Surgery (ABS) Surgeons (AAOA) • Accreditation Council of Graduate Med• American Assn of Thoracic Surgeons Education (ACGME) (AATS) • Association of Surgical Educators (ASE)• American Assn of Colo-Rectal Surgeons • Residency Review Committee (RRC) – (ASCRS) Surgery• American Assn of Gynecologic • Royal College of Surgeons-Ireland (RCSI) Laparoscopists (AAGL) • Royal College of Surgeons-London (RCSL)• Florida Hospital Nicholson Center*• U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)* * Funding Sources• U.S. Department of Veterans Health + Executive Committee Affairs (VHA)
  7. 7. Faculty Members: Outcomes Measures• Arnold Advincula, MD American Assoc of Gynecologic Laparoscopists & ACOG• Rajesh Aggarwal, MD Royal College of Surgeons• Mehran Anvari, MD Minimally Invasive Robotic Association (MIRA)• John Armstrong, MD USF Health, CAMLS• Paul Neary, MD Royal College of Surgeons - Ireland• Wallace Judd, PhD Authentic Testing Corp.• Michael Koch, MD American Board of Urology• Kevin Kunkler, MD US Army Medical Research & Materiel Command TATRC• Vipul Patel, MD Global Robotics Institute - Florida Hospital Celebration Health• COL Robert Rush, MD US Army Madigan Healthcare System• Richard Satava, MD Minimally Invasive Robotic Association (MIRA)• Danny Scott, MD Society of American Gastro and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)• Mika Sinanan, MD University of Washington• Roger Smith, PhD Florida Hospital Nicholson Center• Dimitrios Stefanidis MD Association for Surgical Education• Chandru Sundaram, MD American Urological Association• Robert Sweet, MD American Urological Association• Edward Verrier, MD Joint Council on Thoracic Surgery Education
  8. 8. #1 Outcomes MeasuresPre-Operative Intra-Operative Post-OperativeSystem Settings Energy Sources Transition to Bedside AsstErgonomic Positioning Camera Control UndockingDocking ClutchingRobotic Trocars Instrument ExchangeOR Set-up Foreign Body ManagementSituation Awareness Multi-arm ControlClosed Loop Comms Eye-hand InstrumentRespond to System Errors CoordArticulation Wrist Atraumatic Tissue Handling Dissection – Fine & Blunt Cutting Needle Driving Suture Handling Knot Tying Safety of Operative Field
  9. 9. Faculty Members: Curriculum Develop • Vicenzo Ficarra • C.Y. Liu • Richard Satava• Arnold Advincula• Abdulla Al Ansari • Marvin Fried • Col. Ernest Lockrow • Steve Schwaitzberg • Gerald Fried • Fred Loffer • Danny Scott• David Albala • Tony Gallagher • Guy Maddern • Roger Smith• Richard Angelo • Piero Giulianotti • Scott Magnuson • Hooman Soltanian• James Borin • Larry Glazerman • Javier Magrina • Dimitrios Stefanidis• David Bouchier-Hayes • Teodar Grantcharov • Michael Marohn • Chandru Sundaram• Timothy Brand • James Hebert • David Maron • RobertSweet• Geoff Coughlin • Robert Holloway • Martin Martino • Amir Szold• Alfred Cuschieri • Santiago Horgan • W. Scott Melvin • Raju Thomas• Prokar Dasgupta• Ellen Deutsch • Lenworth Jacobs • Francesco Montorsi • Oscar Traynor • Arby Kahn • Alex Mottrie • Thomas Whalen• Gerard Doherty • Keith Kim • Paul Neary • Gregory Weinstein• Brian Dunkin• Susan Dunlow • Michael Koch • Eduardo Parra-Davila• Gary Dunnington • Rajesh Kumar • Vipul Patel• Ricardo Estape • Gyunsung Lee • Gary Poehling• Peter Fabri • Raymond Leveillee • Sonia Ramamoorthy • Jeff Levy • Koon Ho Rha
  10. 10. #2 Curriculum DevelopmentDidactic & Cognitive Psychomotor Skills Team TrainingLecture-based Principle-based Checklist-basedIntro to Robotic System 3D Exam Tools #1: WHO Pre-OpPre-Operative Activity Multiple Outcomes in Each #2: Robotic Specific ExerciseIntra-Operative Activity Cost Effective #3: Undocking & DebriefingPost-Operative Activity High Fidelity for Testing, #4 Crisis Scenarios Lower Fidelity for TrainingEach Activity includes: IRR Requires Ease ofGoals, Conditions, Metric, AdministrationErrors, Standard Based on Specification of Generic Physical Models (Virtual Models are Derivative) Use Tasks that have Evidence of Validity
  11. 11. Testing Environments
  12. 12. Validation Conference• Criteria – Validate the exercises and exams that will be used to grant certification• Multi-Institutional Study – 10 independent sites – ACS AEI accredited – Faculty in at least 2 specialties
  13. 13. Fundamentals of Robotic SurgeryDownload Reports, Papers, and Presentations http://www.simulationfirst.com/frs
  14. 14. Thank You!

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