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Computer System for the Evaluation of Laparoscopic Skills

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5 Author(s)
Lorias, E.D. ; Electr. Dept., CINVESTAV IPN (Center for Res. & Adv. Studies of the I.P.N.) D.F., Mexico City, Mexico ; Minor, M.A. ; Ortiz, S.J.L. ; Olivares, P.V.H.
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Minimally invasive surgery demands the development and maintenance of the specialized surgeon's psychomotor skills. These skills can be measured objectively through hybrid and virtual training systems. Of which, the most advanced, integrates force feedback systems and augmented reality graphics. However, these systems are inaccessible because of their high cost, limiting the expected academic impact. In this article, we propose a computerized system for an objective evaluation, which can be integrated into any physical trainer at a low cost.

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Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics Conference (CERMA), 2010

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Sept. 28 2010-Oct. 1 2010