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>Journals >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Year 2012, Issue 2


Flores-Villalba E, Díaz-Elizondo JA, Leyva-Alvizo A, Fernández-Rangel E, Villegas-Cabello O, Real-Romo Z
Evaluation of a surgical simulator as used by students with different experience levels
Cir Cir 2012; 80 (2)

Language: Español
References: 19
Page: 157-161
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ABSTRACT

Background: Historically, the operating room has been the training setting for both surgeons and students. Nowadays, an alternative is represented by surgical simulators. In the same way a not-very-well-built mirror cannot reflect trustworthy images (distortion), a not well-built, calibrated or programmed simulator will be unable to reflect the training level of the operator. Our aim is to indirectly evaluate the Surgical SIM® simulator.
Methods: Twelve surgical residents were classified according to novices, intermediates and experts, and 15 tasks were applied with three dimensions of evaluation in each using the Surgical SIM® simulator. Pearson’s correlation test was used to establish validity.
Results. In general, from the three dimensions evaluated, results showed a statistically significant difference for time (p = 0.001), trajectory (p = 0.01) and errors (p = 0.001).
Conclusions: Effectiveness of Surgical SIM® was indirectly demonstrated.


Key words: Simulator, virtual laparoscopy, validation, training.


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