Laparoscopic skills come only with repetition. With LapSim, techniques and complete procedures can be practiced repeatedly. >>
A comprehensive endoscopy training and certification tool with a user-friendly interface and customizable exercises. >>
A complete inter-professional education package that simulates the real world teamwork needed for laparoscopic procedures. >>
Virtual reality training systems for laparoscopy and endoscopy
We develop and market virtual reality simulators for evidence based laparoscopic and endoscopic training. Through simulations, students, novice surgeons and medical doctors can improve their psychomotor skills, instrument handling and confidence required to perform advanced medical and surgical procedures.
Our simulators are compact, ergonomic and equipped with state-of- the-art force feedback that induces true to life tactile sensations. Together with software modules with powerful graphics and pedagogical instructions, they deliver an immersive, multi-sensory training experience. Training centers and institutes worldwide use our complete systems for practice, validation and certification of students, surgeons, and medical doctors.
News & Articles
Gothenburg, Sweden (June 30, 2016) – Surgical Science now releases a new version of TeamSim, with VATS lung lobectomy module included.
Surgical Science Launches Industry’s First Simulated Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS) Lobectomy
Gothenburg, Sweden (June 12, 2014) – Surgical Science announced today the launch of the industry’s first Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS) Lobectomy virtual reality simulation, available exclusively for the LapSim laparoscopic simulator.
Gothenburg, Sweden (May 09, 2016) – Surgical Science announced today that the latest annual update of the virtual reality laparoscopic trainer LapSim is now available to all LapSim customers. “We do these updates every year to make sure LapSim continues to meet our...
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