The Tower of Hanoi
The classic puzzle has been applied to the laparoscopic skills training. The exercise helps improve the coordination and cooperation between the tools held in both hands. The goal is to rebuild the tower of Hanoi on the last rod using a middle rod, however, a larger disc cannot be placed on a smaller one. The exercise in the form of a math game is designed to add variation to laparoscopic skills training.
OUR TRAINING MODULES CAN BE ADAPTED TO ALL BOX TRAINERS. THE PADS CAN BE INSTALLED USING SUCTION CUPS WHICH INCREASE THEIR HEIGHT BY 13MM.
- 124x124x70 mm
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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 Suture Pad with 3-dimensional protruding features is ideal for practicing basic suturing techniques. Our pads can be used repeatedly.
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.
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.
An unique preparation that allows you to learn how to dissect and clip the blood vessel. Inside the yellow cylinder is a tube filled with artificial blood. The exercise consists in the mechanical preparation of the tube. Then it should be clipped and cut.