training simulator / orthopedic surgery / for shoulder joint arthroscopy / endoscopy
VirtaMed ArthroS™

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Characteristics

  • Procedure:

    training, orthopedic surgery, for shoulder joint arthroscopy, endoscopy

  • Form:

    workstation

  • Other characteristics:

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

VirtaMed ArthroS™ Shoulder
VirtaMed's shoulder module supports both beach chair and lateral decubitus positions, and realistic joint movements, just like in the operating room. Trainees practice shoulder navigation with a 15-point shoulder exam and subsequent therapeutic cases let them hone their newly acquired skills on a variety of shoulder pathologies including SLAP and bankart lesions, PASTA tears, synovial membrane inflammations, impingements, and loose bodies.

A collection of expertly-designed and society-endorsed courses, including courses developed jointly with the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA), give trainees a solid arthroscopic foundation.