Simbionix 3D systems & 3D printing3D Systems multi-disciplinary simulators play a key role in hands-on medical procedural training.
LAP Mentor Team Training Platform Options
Practice non-technical skills, master the surgical assistant’s role and enhance the overall team’s performance by combining the LAP Mentor Express with the haptic LAP Mentor for team training rehearsal.
Option 2: Add On LAP Mentor Express Standalone Platform for both Team Training and Individual Training; Tablet.
Option 3: Add On LAP Mentor Express Standalone Platform for both Team Training and Individual Training with height adjustable tower, touch screen and choice of laptop or PC; Tablet.
*The stand below is not included; The image is for illustration only
LAP Mentor VR OR Option
Wearing a VR Headset while working on the simulator helps immerse the trainee into a virtual operating room. The virtual environment includes a true-to-life operating setting, featuring the OR team, the patient, OR equipment and sound diversions.
In addition to practicing the actual procedure, working in such an environment teaches the learner how to cope with the stressful, and at times distracting, operating room atmosphere.
*Available in Inguinal Hernia module. Coming soon in additional modules
As the world progresses towards personalized medicine and treatment, 3D Systems has re-imagined the future of medicine. The company provides the most advanced and comprehensive 3D design-to-manufacturing capabilities. Patient-specific models can be printed from segmentation files that are created by the PROcedure Rehearsal Studio software. Clients can upload their patient’s clinical data on Simbionix software and smoothly plan and print a physical model that will help improve clinical outcomes and increase patient safety.
Soft tissue surgical practice models by 3D Systems and Tulane University School of Medicine
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3D Systems solutions are used to rapidly design and print devices and assemblies, facilitate communication and planning, and create prototypes to empower customers to manufacture the future.