In Denmark, physicians undergoing training in vascular surgery must pass a simulation exam before they are allowed to operate on patients. That’s the only right thing to do, says the chief physician at Rigshospitalet hospital.
Within two weeks, the company developed a unit providing medical staff with the training to achieve the necessary proficiency within a few hours.
3D Systems developed a unique training module that enables clinicians the ability to acquire accurate and rapid lung diagnostic skills using an ultrasound machine. Mobile training sessions are being conducted across Israel to help support the medical community.
The First National Laparoscopic Skill Final Competition was held on January 12, 2020 in West China Hospital, Sichuan University. Forty-two contestants from the qualifying matches of seven regions all around China participated in the competition, and representatives from more than 100 hospitals in nearly 20 provinces and cities attended the event.
Simbionix LAP Mentor simulators with a customized module from 3D Systems were used as the competition’s equipment and Beijing Beidestar provided the technical and live broadcast support for the event. Contestants’ scores were displayed in the real-time using an automatic cloud data processing center.
The First National Laparoscopy Skills Competition qualifying match was held on December 22, 2019 in seven locations across China with nearly 300 physicians from 90 base hospitals. The competition was broadcast live from Chengdu and Shenzhen, while in Beijing the broadcast used the newly installed 5G network.
Hosted by Laparoscopic Surgeons Committee of CMDA Chinese Endoscopic Doctors Association and CMDA Chinese Society of Laparoscopic Surgery, the event was co-sponsored by National Education Examination Center and CMDA Chinese Endoscopic Doctors Association, and organized by the Sichuan Cancer Society and West China Hospital, Sichuan University.
Winners will participate in the Final Competition on January 12, 2020 at the West China Hospital.
Simbionix LAP Mentor systems from 3D Systems were used as the competition’s equipment, and Beijing Beidestar provided the technical and live broadcast support for the event. 3D Systems also designed the specific module for the competition.
The simulator is used to train for acute stroke intervention and save lives.
“Time is of essence when it comes to acute stroke treatment. When we started to train we completed the treatment in an hour and 45 minutes. After training with the simulator, we do it in 22 minutes”. Said Prof. Iris Grunwald, Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiologist at Southend University Hospital, UK.
U/S Mentor is used to teach Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) as a part of advanced training course in Ukraine, supported by The NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme. This course is a collaboration between NATO, Harvard University Humanitarian Initiative and Ukraine. The aim of the course is to train junior experts (medical, surgical, first responders, nursing, military health professionals and students) on causality response to deal with emerging challenges.
8 medical students from the Technion, Haifa and Tel-Aviv University, Israel went through training toward their travel to Uganda, to provide humanitarian aid in a local hospital. Their training focused on ultrasound, using 3D Systems Simbionix, Ultrasound Mentor simulator. The students assist with patient diagnostics using mobile ultrasound devices.
After five years, the application and validation of robotic-assisted surgery through inguinal hernia repair and across the spectrum of general surgery.