(as of Nov 02,2018 16:44:42 UTC – Details)
DR-MEDTM Laparoscopic Training simulator kit includes all the components needed to provide hands-on experience in a risk-free environment to both medical students and professionals. The training dome itself is a transparent hemispherical box which simulates the human abdomen. It has five silicone holes in it, 1 for the camera and 4 to be used as entrances for the training instruments. It comes pre-assembled and includes all the accessories needed to complete all modules, such as suture threads, suture needles, hooks, liquid paraffin (to lubricate instruments/hooks before they enter the training dome) and comes pre-assembled. The kit features four modules to simulate skills used during laparoscopic surgery: Suture Module, Perforate Module, and a Clamp Module , and Anastomosis Module. Four training instruments are included: a needle holder, forceps, grasper, and scissors (all which are about 19 inches in total length). The training dome is designed to allow the camera free range of vision. The training camera is 300,000 dynamic pixels, can be connected to a computer by USB, and has manual focusing available at the top of the camera. It will work on Windows XP (with AMCAP software that is included) or Mac OS in conjunction with Debut Video Capture software found here: (https://debut-video-capture-software-for-mac.en.softonic.com/mac) Kit Contents: Laparoscopic Simulator, Camera with USB port, Suture Module, Clamp Module, Perforate Module, Anastomosis Module, Needle Holder, Forceps, Grasper, Scissor, Instructional DVD, Suture Thread, Plastic Clamp, Extra Screw for Dome, Extra Screw for Module Lock (inner dome), Extra Needles for Suture Module, Extra Clear Suction Cup for Bottom of Dome, Plastic Clamp, and Liquid Paraffin for Lubricating Instruments before use.Four modules to use inside the simulator for training.
Camera with USB attachment for the external display to aid in class demonstrations.
Four instruments to use through the course of training.
Instructional DVD to assist in proper use of the modules.