Laparoscopic

Our offer includes three suggested configurations of trainers, but we can always tailor our devices to individual needs, and provide customers with additional training modules or laparoscopic tools.

                                  Laparoscopic Trainer
Student                    Basic Expert
Camera model

Internal HD

(1920 x 1080)

Internal HD

(1920 x 1080)

Instructional laparoscopic HD (1920x1080)

Display Monitor No Yes(24") Yes(24")
Workstation No Display Holder Workstation with the display holder, table for the trainer, and drawer for training modules.
Training modules (items) 3 8 17
Software No Time measurement, training recording Network operation, time measurement, training recording

Laparoscopic

  • KROTON Basic Bis Laparoscopic Trainer (TRA001b)

    Product description:
    Kroton Basic laparoscopic trainer is a device designed for perfecting laparoscopic skills, intended for surgeons, gynaecologists and urologists as part of their professional training. The set includes the trainer with a handle for carrying, internal camera, internal LED lighting and a USB port. Convenient shape, the handle and small weight render the device highly mobile.
    The trainer mirrors the anatomical shape of the human abdomen subjected to insufflation. 23 ports used for inserting laparoscopic tools are located in a manner corresponding to their location during laparoscopic procedures. This allows to assume correct posture while training and to arrange one’s wrists correctly while holding tools.

  • KROTON EXPERT bis Laparoscopic Trainer (TRA002b)

    Product description:
    Kroton Expert laparoscopic trainer is a device designed for perfecting laparoscopic skills, intended for surgeons, gynaecologists and urologists as part of their professional training. The set includes the trainer set in a foldable table, a screen on a rack with blockable wheels, an external training camera with a fixing handle, and relevant software.
    The trainer mirrors the anatomical shape of the human abdomen subjected to insufflation. 23 ports used for inserting laparoscopic tools are located in a manner corresponding to their location during laparoscopic procedures. This allows to assume correct posture while training and to arrange one’s wrists correctly while holding tools.