Neurosurgery training with 3D printed simulators - November 2019
Surgical simulation is THE solution for medical education.
We have provided NEURO-Train simulators for a neurosurgery course given by Professor Philippe Decq at the Beaujon Hospital (Clichy), including: an anatomical simulation environment in the form of a human skull and an articulated arm which makes it very ergonomic and comfortable to use, as well as a multi-material cartridge representing the different layers of the human skull (skin, dura mater, cortical and spongy bone), up to the brain.
The participants were able to practice performing ventricular punctures, intracranial sensors and many other neurosurgical procedures. The feedback from the learners is unanimous: they are better able to perform this procedure on a real patient, thanks to the training on our NEURO-Train simulators.