The Puzzle exercise adds variation to the laparoscopic skills training by adding a game component. Each element of the puzzle has a gripping peg for grabbing with a grasper. The puzzle elements require proper orientation before placement, which facilitates the development of coordination of both hands.
OUR TRAINING MODULES CAN BE ADAPTED TO ALL BOX TRAINERS. THE PADS CAN BE INSTALLED USING SUCTION CUPS WHICH INCREASE THEIR HEIGHT BY 13MM.
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The purpose of the exercise is to place beads on pegs of different heights. This is an entry-level exercise for developing visuo-motor coordination, depth perception and precision using laparoscopic instruments.
The Pipe Cleaner exercise consists of passing the pipe cleaner through the loops at different angles and heights. The small knots on the string create additional challenge, requiring the use both hands. The numbers on the pegboard suggest the order in which the string is to be passed through the loops. This exercise helps improve the coordination of both hands. The arrangement of pegs requires maneuvering laparoscopic instruments at different angles. The placement and angling of the loops was consulted and supervised by practicing surgeons.
The module assists with practicing tying surgical knots and applying ligatures on a blood vessel. The blood vessel model is mobile, therefore accurately reproducing the real-life operating conditions.
Unique product imitating the post-myomectomy lodge after the enucleation of a uterine fibroid. The aim of the exercise is to supply the lodge so that the inner dark red color is not visible. An advanced exercise that develops practical laparoscopic skills. An additional advantage of the preparation is mounting on a movable handle allowing for any positioning of the lodge during the exercise. The preparation is made in technology allowing multiple exercises.
We offer the only tool on the market for practicing anastomosis. The exercise consists of sewing and pulling together the loose ends of two separated tubes. The challenge is to complete the exercise around the circumference of the tubes. The tubes are made of material that accurately imitates human tissue and allows for repeated exercise.