Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Welcome at our product webpage for the laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Welcome at our product webpage for the laparoscopic cholecystectomy

We have just released the demo that all customers who have a valid Simendo license can try for free. The full procedure will be available on January 2022 and can be purchased as an add-on license on top of the standard license.

 

The full procedure is divided in three steps as listed below. When completing all steps successfully a digital certificate will automatically be issued by MySimendo.com.

 

Step 1. Establishing the critical view of safety (CVS)

Instruments: HF Hook and curved grasping forceps.

 

In the first step the student learns to establish the critical view of safety by identifying and exposing  the cystic artery and cystic duct.

 

Step 2. Clipping and cutting the cystic artery and cystic duct

Instruments: Clip applier, curved grasping forceps and then scissors.

 

When the CVS is established the software will detect it and automatically switch to step 2, which is clipping and cutting the cystic artery and cystic duct.

 

Step 3. Detaching the gallbladder

Instruments: HF Hook and curved grasping forceps.

The last step is with the HF hook to dissect out the gallbladder from its gallbladder bed, from the infundibulum towards the fundus.

 

Watch the video here:

Procedural training for a laparoscopic cholecystectomy

This simulation has been developed in close operation with laparoscopic experts. We applied the latest technologies and most advanced algorithms to get the ultimate experience for computerized simulation.

The curriculum will be divided in four steps, each step needs to be completed. The last step is to complete the full procedure. Data will be synced with MySimendo.com which will allow users to train on any Simendo and supervisors can check if the curriculum has been passed successfully by their students.

Available in January 2022.

Disclaimer:

This model is a simulation and does not represent a real patient. In real life there are many variations of anatomy and cases. This simulation should be considered as a sketch from reality. Although we did our best to simulate it as good as we can, there is, and always will be a significant gap between real surgery and simulation. Therefore this simulation should never be used as the only, or last step in training before performing real surgery. Please read the full disclaimer before purchasing or using this simulation at www.simendo.eu/procedure-disclaimer