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VirtaMed ArthroS™ FAST

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Characteristics

  • Procedure:

    training, for mini-invasive surgery, orthopedic surgery, endoscopy

  • Form:

    workstation

  • Other characteristics:

    with touchscreen, with digital real-time feedback, custom-made, portable, mobile, with sound generator, augmented reality, with video recording, with electronic console, virtual reality, computerized, web-based

Description

VirtaMed ArthroS™
Validated to accelerate the learning process and improve student performance
Provides the most realistic training environment possible with photorealistic graphics and natural haptic feedback
Reduces training time and cost with proficiency-based training and assessment
Multiple anatomic modules (knee, shoulder, hip, and ankle) on one platform
The VirtaMed ArthroS™ prepares trainees for the operating room quickly and efficiently. Support your trainees through their arthroscopic learning journey with progressively more complex training cases and society-endorsed and competency-based curriculum.

Fundamentals of Arthroscopy Surgery (FAST)
Give your trainees the skills they need to succeed in the operating room. The VirtaMed ArthroS™ FAST module uses real instruments and a series of competency-based courses to teach trainees the Fundamentals of Arthroscopy Surgery Training (FAST). The VirtaMed's FAST model was developed in collaboration with the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) as part of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) mandate for surgical skills training.

The FAST module accelerates learning by providing structured and ambidextrous training of arthroscopy skills such as image centering, horizon control, telescoping, triangulation, and using different optics. A strong foundation in the use of common arthroscopic instruments better prepares trainees for the next steps in their educational journey.