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Orthopedic Surgery

Simulation Training for Orthopedic Surgery

It can be challenging to give residents the amount of tactile training required — which is a crucial part of orthopedic surgery — when only animal and cadaver training is available.

Surgical Science’s simulators allow students and residents to not only see the procedure, but to feel the realistic response of tissue to instruments. This helps them safely and accurately learn fundamental instrument skills and performing procedures.

CUSTOMER STORY Assessing Residents’ Performance

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"Now, we have a very good idea of what they [the residents] are capable of and I feel much more comfortable allowing them to participate in cases on actual patients."

Matthew Sardelli, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine

McLaren Flint

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Virtual Training for Hip Arthroscopy

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See how Dr. Damian Griffin at Warwick Medical School integrates simulation into the medical training process. “The advent of virtual reality simulators has been an absolute game-changer our residents and our fellows,” says Dr. Griffin.


Why Use Simulation Training for Orthopedic Trainees?

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“Over the last few years, with VR training and assessment based on evidence, we really feel a shift. From a toy used in an unstructured way to structured training programs that are now becoming increasingly mandatory for all trainees.”

– Lars Konge, the Head of Research at CAMES

Simulation traning at CAMES

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If you want to know more about how we can help you in training orthopedic surgery skills or have other questions, please fill out the below form and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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