"One of the world`s most realistic organ replicas"
Simulation organs for lifelike surgery training
Laparoscopic surgery techniques are considered to be very complex due to the limited access and restricted mobility of the instruments. Learning and training of the interaction between optics, hand- and auxiliary instruments is challenging and time-intensive. For this reason, simulator- and model-based training plays a significant role in medical education. The commonly used synthetic organs are made of plastics, silicon or latex. They are unsuitable for surgical interventions when using electrosurgical instruments. Organic structures from animals do not accurately reflect the human anatomy, set high requirements for the infrastructure, and the use is ethical questionable.
Education & Training
With SimOrgan we provide you with a new possibility for surgical training. The lifelike look and feels of our SimOrgan models mimic the mechanical and physicochemical properties of human tissue in a very detailed way. The basic material allows a realistic processing even with electrosurgical instruments. Besides that, SimOrgan has a strong psychological effect which is very important for the training. : An intervention in seemingly real human tissue increases the stress situation and thus offers a more effective training.
SimOrgans are easy to use and don't have any special requirements to the infrastructure. This makes the models most suitable for demonstrating and presenting new instruments and products at congresses andtrade fairs. SimOrgan also serve as developement environment and are therefore suitable for testing new products and procedures.
Charakteristics that mimic the original
- SimOrgan appendix
- silicone model anatomical surrounding
- SimOrgan liver and gall bladder