The ORCAMP Laparoscopic setup consists of:
An Operating Table, capable of all clinically relevant movements e.g. up/down, cradle movements and tilting.
A Control Panel, including realistic controls for movement of the table (and c-arm). The control panel also includes an imaging unit and specific controls for image management.
The pedals are often used as a complement to the Control panel offering easy access to commonly used functions, such as control of Laparoscopic tools (Fluoroscopy)
Onescreen station for display of external simulators e.g. anaesthesia, tool selections and brief/record/debrief. The Onescreen station also has an emergency break and a keyboard.
Twoscreen station is used to display the image from the laparoscope and other info about the procedure. The Orcamp is delivered with complete purpose built flooring, for a smooth installation, without visible cables. It can also be installed without the floor.
Two Emergency break units, for team and personal safety
One Laparoscopic haptic simulator, including one module.
Brief/record/debrief software/hardware for cloning screens to a second Twoscreen.
The Central unit consisting of a UPS, 19’’ rack, audio/video mixers, simulator PC, Onescreen PC, emergency breaks, graphic splitters.
A Breakout box for external simulators, including USB connections and power supply.
C-arm, capable of all clinically relevant movements including: base rotation, slide, c-arm rotation and Image Detector(camera inside) movements e.g. zoom and rotate. There is a camera inside the Image Detector (for use in combination with glass models).