Can Multi-Sensory Feedbacks Improve Laparoscopic Surgery Training?

Abstract : L aparoscopic surgery becomes a standard for many surgical procedures. Unfortunately for the surgeon and the student in medical school, this surgery is imparted with multiple problems. Students have to train outside of the operating room and the setup is not giving enough information to the student and the teacher to have an efficient training. We expose in this paper a solution to improve these training sessions with the use of in-line multi-sensory feedbacks.
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Ninon Candalh-Touta, Philippe Poignet, Jérome Szewczyk. Can Multi-Sensory Feedbacks Improve Laparoscopic Surgery Training?. Surgetica, Nov 2017, Strasbourg, France. ⟨hal-02147088⟩

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