In support of optimizing surgical skills while performing vascular anastomosis, a new, comprehensive assessment of anastomosis has recently been developed.
The main target of the courses offered is to increase proficiency in anastomosis techniques and attain professional and consistent performance ensuring long term results.
Our courses provide:
In support of optimizing surgical skills while performing vascular anastomosis, we developed a novel system for comprehensive assessment of anastomosis.
Within the framework of courses offered, participants are now within reach of their goal, including broadening one’s knowledge and improving the physical and functional aspects of anastomosis.
Additionally, courses now available to our clients offer a thorough education in support of the technical aspects of anastomosis sewing.
Participant now have the distinct possibility to recognize the 3D morphology and fluid physiology of the anastomosis. Courses engage technical issues, such as an ideal appearance and performance of arteriotomy, graft orientation, appropriate needle orientation, needle bite and spacing, etc. Additionally, comprehensive analysis is offered towards obtaining a deeper and detailed analysis of anastomosis. Precise and high definition assessments of 3D morphology are professionally generated in which we can acquire the appropriate orientation of graft and the placement of stiches.
Computational fluid dynamic (CFD) analysis method is used to evaluate the blood flow in the anastomosis, graft and target vessel. In the implementation of CFD, participants obtain physiological flow, pressure, velocity of their anastomosis and are offered methods towards reaching optimal blood-flow parameters in target vessel and graft. Turbulent flow, vorticity, and Reynolds number analysis are all performed towards effectively obtaining thrombogenity. Additionally, wall shear stress and oscillatory shear stress analysis methods are applied to prognosticate long-term behavior of the anastomosis.
You can choose between dry-lab, wet-lab or an advanced course. You can practice endlessly using your own vascular anastomosis simulator.
Over time, you can acquire an immense amount of information with respect to the orientation and morphology of the optimal and successful anastomosis. Generally speaking, a significant increase in the level of exercise improves the surgeon's performance. Evaluation and re-assessment of anastomosis with regards to the results taken, is now offered through CFD analysis.
Participants can choose between dry-lab, wet-lab or advanced courses and also can practice anytime or anywhere with your own vascular anastomosis simulator.
Clients now have the ability to order an anastomosis simulator and practice anywhere and anytime
Clients now have the ability to order an anastomosis simulator and practice anywhere and anytime. The data and conclusions obtained by CFD anastomosis assessment can be applied and technical modifications can be practiced under convenient circumstances offering endless trials.
Our high fidelity simulators use authentic cases and highly realistic situations offer the user intensive and challenging cases. Due to the application of rapid prototyping originating from real cases, anatomic variations and operative situations, participants are now able to receive a "replica" of a real operative situation.
Users can create anastomosis and increase the level of sophistication while immediately assessing the quality and long term result.
Additionally, participants can upload a case by accessing the coronaro/angio CT of a patient and acquire the realistic 3D printed simulator from a given case.
Dr. Peter Varga graduated from the University of Pécs (UP) in 2015. Today, his research investigates the possibilities of 3D modelling in support of surgical planning and surgical skill training. He is one of the founding members of the UP Medical Skills Laboratory and he serves in the role as the Strategic Marketing Manager in support of the department. Dr. Varga is employed as a member of Department of Surgical Research and Techniques in the UP. Additionally, he is serves as a Chief Scientist in the 3D Project of the University of Pecs and the primary organizer of the annual International Interdisciplinary 3D Conference, hosted by the Medical School.
Dr. Peter Maroti graduated from the University of Pecs in 2015. Today, his PhD research topic involves the relationship of 3D printing technologies and medical simulations. Dr. Maroti is one of the founding creators of the Medical Skills Laboratory and is currently employed as the R, D & I Manager of the department. He is a Resident Doctor in Department of Public Health Medicine, UP.
Additionally, Dr. Maroti serves in the role as a Chief Scientist in the 3D Project of the UP, and the primary organizer of the annual International Interdisciplinary 3D Conference.
Dr. Balazs Gasz graduated from the University of Pecs in 2002, and shortly thereafter completed his PhD in Cardiac Surgery. He is currently employed as a Consulting Cardiac Surgeon. Since 2002, he routinely participates in research and educational work of the Department of Surgical Research and Techniques in the UP.
His research field features several novel aspects of the application of medical 3D modelling and rapid prototyping, in support of pre-surgical planning in the areas of cardiac, vascular, thoracic, abdominal surgery and otolaryngology.