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The ConMed® System 7550™ is a fully functional electrosurgical generator with the added benefit of Argon Beam Coagulation (ABC®) Technology. Argon Beam Coagulation allows the surgeon to achieve rapid hemostasis which may aid in reduced blood loss, surgical time and surgical plume. The System 7550™can be used in a number of surgical procedures, including open, laparoscopy, and gastroenterology.
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The ConMed System 5000 Electrosurgical Unit is the gold standard in consistent energy delivery. The System 5000 allows you to perform a myriad of procedures with just one machine...
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The Dräger Primus® was designed to be nothing less than a personal anesthesia assistant. It’s a combination of time-tested design and state-of-the-art technology created to answer the demand for a modern, comprehensive anesthesia solution for today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment. The Dräger Primus® lets you monitor pulmonary function and ventilation parameters on a large, user-configurable 12,1“TFT color display. Its open architecture design provides the option to add additional displays, permitting you to expand your monitoring capability to include hemodynamic and other data.
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The KARL STORZ ENDOFLATOR® 50 high-performance insufflator combines user convenience with innovative regulation, helping to ensure that optimal visibility is maintained throughout procedures...
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The Research Institute at the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal is the site of a unique collaboration between Stryker and CAE Healthcare. By integrating CAE’s LearningSpace center management system with the iSuite room control routing system, users can now practice surgical scenarios with a variety of CAE simulators in the Simulation Room and have the video streams displayed in real-time in the Operating Room. A two-way audio/video channel allows users, to communicate with one another and provide on-the-spot feedback and direction. Cameras capture cases in the Operating Room and record them for future analysis through Stryker’s iSuite media asset management product. This platform allows users to create custom presentations from both captured surgical footage and from simulator video streams, to edit and annotate for personalized teaching materials, and to share cases with other physicians for consultative and learning opportunities. CAE’s LearningSpace provides residents the ability to simulate surgical procedures in a highly-collaborative, fully-integrated clinical environment; becoming a requirement in any comprehensive medical education program.
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The LearningSpace Ultraportable system is ideal for in-situ simulations. The wireless, battery-powered HD mobile system allows for event recording and review/playback anywhere the simulation or activity is occurring. Video recordings can also be stored on the LearningSpace system for download, sharing or review at a later date.
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The LapVR Surgical Simulator uses advanced graphics, haptics and patient cases to enhance essential surgical skills training. Clinicians are able to perfect skills such as cutting, clipping, needle driving and knot tying. Additional modules available include General Surgery (appendectomy and cholecystectomy) and minimally invasive OB-GYN procedures such as bilateral tubal occlusion, tubal ectopic pregnancy, and salpingo-oophorectomy.
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The EndoVR Interventional Simulator permits training of bronchoscopy and gastrointestinal procedures by use of virtual reality. Clinicians have the opportunity to use learning modules such as bronchoscopy, EBUS-TBNA, upper GI, and lower GI. Custom user profiles can be created with a tailored curriculum of tasks or cases to meet learner needs.
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The iStan is a high-fidelity patient simulator with modeled human physiology. Multidisciplinary learners are able to work through clinical scenarios to assess, diagnose and treat the patient. This high-fidelity mannequin is controlled with software and can simulate a variety of lung, heart and abdominal sounds. Pulses can be palpated throughout his body; he has capillary refill and cyanosis capabilities, 5 bleeding ports and much more. Faculty can use preprogrammed Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) or create their own.
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Blue Phantom’s breast ultrasound medical training model contains 14 different masses of varying size that are hyperechoic, hypoechoic, and echolucent. Clinicians are able to develop and practice the skills necessary to gain proficiency in using ultrasound for imaging and surgical procedures.
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The Thoracentesis and Thoracostomy ultrasound model can be used to demonstrate and practice needle and catheter insertion in a patient with pleural effusions. Clinicians can also perform chest tube thoracostomy utilizing non-ultrasoundable chest portals.
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The Blue Phantom Ultrasound Central line training model torso allows clinicians to perform complete central line placements of the internal jugular and subclavian vein. This model simulates the human anatomy required for CVAD teaching and practice of central line placement. This can be done with a real ultrasound system or through blind insertion procedural training.
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The ACUSON S3000™ Ultrasound System, HELX™ Evolution with Touch Control was designed with a dedicated focus on General Imaging and Interventional Radiology. It offers new levels of workflow efficiency, imaging performance and sustainability. The system is Siemens' premium ultrasound system that offers unique solutions, such as elastography imaging, multi-modality review and contrast-enhanced ultrasound.
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Developed by the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS) aids surgeons and surgical residents to acquire essential skills required during laparoscopic surgery. The FLS All-In-One Trainer system includes PEG transfer, pattern cutting, endoloop placement, extracorporeal suturing and intracorporeal suturing.
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VirtaMed GynoS™ provides gynecology training in a virtual environment with no risk to live patients. It is the most realistic virtual reality simulator for uterine sounding, IUD insertion, and embryo transfer. Trainees can use a speculum and manipulate the version and flexion of the uterus with tenaculum forceps. Ghost tools demonstrate the correct movements and the unique patient comfort scale makes sure the doctor remembers to treat the patient with care. After completing the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy training on VirtaMed GynoS™, residents know how to take a proper biopsy, how to remove polyps with scissors or a grasper, and how to handle challenging cases, including, but not limited to, a fundal septum, multiple and intramural fibroids, and intensive bleeding.
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Orthopedic surgery requires an intensive didactic program, especially for the very specific skills needed to master arthroscopic surgery. On VirtaMed ArthroS™, trainees use original medical devices, which facilitates a transfer of skills to the OR. Training cases include diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopy in knee and shoulder, as well as hip, ankle, and basic skills training on the ABOS-mandated FAST module...
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