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==== MENISIM ==== ==== MENISIM ====
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The use of virtual reality (VR) is now proposed for surgical training because it offers a tool at the border between theoretical and practical realities. Arthroscopic surgery is particularly well suited to this VR simulation because of its per-operative visual feedback on a 2D screen. However, its validity when transposing the performance of the simulator to the real patient is not yet proven. To show that the student progressing on the simulator also becomes efficient in the operating room would be a considerable advance in medical training.[[activities:set:MENISIM| More information]]\\ The use of virtual reality (VR) is now proposed for surgical training because it offers a tool at the border between theoretical and practical realities. Arthroscopic surgery is particularly well suited to this VR simulation because of its per-operative visual feedback on a 2D screen. However, its validity when transposing the performance of the simulator to the real patient is not yet proven. To show that the student progressing on the simulator also becomes efficient in the operating room would be a considerable advance in medical training.[[activities:set:MENISIM| More information]]\\
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====== Former Projects ====== ====== Former Projects ======
-==== S3PM ====+==== S3PM: Surgical Procedural Skill Simulation for Training ====
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In this project, we propose to study a solution for the computation of surgical procedural knowledge models from recordings of individual procedures and their execution. The objective is to develop an enabling technology for procedural knowledge-based surgical simulation systems. In this project, we demonstrate its potential added value for high-level abstraction teaching applications. [[activities:theme1:projects:s3pm|More information]]\\ In this project, we propose to study a solution for the computation of surgical procedural knowledge models from recordings of individual procedures and their execution. The objective is to develop an enabling technology for procedural knowledge-based surgical simulation systems. In this project, we demonstrate its potential added value for high-level abstraction teaching applications. [[activities:theme1:projects:s3pm|More information]]\\
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==== Surgical gesture recognition and evaluation of technical skills for robotic surgery ==== ==== Surgical gesture recognition and evaluation of technical skills for robotic surgery ====
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Despite declarative knowledge acquired and perfectly mastered technical skills, a number of adverse events have been observed in the neurosurgical operating room (OR). These may have irreversible consequences and so cause serious functional impairment or vital complications. Surprisingly, these events were less often the result of a technical error than of a malfunction in the field of non-technical skills (NTS). On This project, we define a quantitative assessment metric of NTS in neurosurgery. [[activities:theme1:projects:snts| More information]] Despite declarative knowledge acquired and perfectly mastered technical skills, a number of adverse events have been observed in the neurosurgical operating room (OR). These may have irreversible consequences and so cause serious functional impairment or vital complications. Surprisingly, these events were less often the result of a technical error than of a malfunction in the field of non-technical skills (NTS). On This project, we define a quantitative assessment metric of NTS in neurosurgery. [[activities:theme1:projects:snts| More information]]
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inserm rennes1 ltsi