Training surgeons and their teams: a lever for a better healthcare risk management
A constantly-changing industry
Decisive needs for training
Training through virtual reality
Contribute to risk management in relation to surgical acts
Offer aptitude & practical skills evaluation tools
Reinforce the training of professionals to surgical techniques & medical processes
Offer training units tailored to healthcare professionals' needs
Simulating surgical operations through realistic & interactive immersion
Cutting-edge technology & biomechanical and medical engineering
The training units make use of technologies that are best suited to the needs of both individual and collective training. The complementarity of technical teams allows to reproduce the realism of the operating room, of surgical tools, and even doctor-patient interactions.
Medical excellence & innovative teaching methods
The training units are conceived from surgical practice and from the analysis of skills acquisition needs. Teaching based on work expertise is at the heart of units conception.
The new segment in the learning and professional development process for surgical teams : surgeons, interns, operating rooms' nurses, nurse anaesthetists.
An industrialist specialised in medical devices
A healthcare facility
An university, a surgical school, ...
VirtualiSurg participates in the Congress of the AFC 2018 (Visceral Surgery) September 19/21 (Palais des Congrès Paris)
One year after winning the FrenchTech/AFC Health Innovation Award, VirtualiSurg returns to present its new simulators to expert surgeons around the key topics of innovation in digestive surgery and patient safety.
Virtualisurg Attends the 23RD WORLD CONGRESS
INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR THE SURGERY OF
OBESITY AND METABOLIC DISORDERS – Dubai 26/28 September 2018
Great recognition for our multidisciplinary research team and our partners (@CRI, @Institut Montsouris). The results of our work on the performance of training by virtual reality are presented on a poster selected by the scientific committee ("Interest of virtual reality (VR) simulation for surgical learning: VR single port sleeve gastrectomy"). Surgeons visiting the Dubai Congress were able to get acquainted with this outcome and exchange with our experts on site.