A simulation-based training system for surgical wound debridement

Seevinck, Jennifer, Scerbo, Mark W., Belfore, Lee A., Weireter, Leonard, Crouch, Jessica, Shen, Yuzhong, McKenzie, Frederic D., Garcia, Hector M., Girtelschmid, Sylvia, Baydogan, Emre, & Schmidt, E. A. (2006) A simulation-based training system for surgical wound debridement. In Westwood, James D. (Ed.) Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14 (MMVR) : Accelerating Change in Health Care : Next Medical Toolkit. IOS Press, pp. 491-496.

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Abstract

A simulation-based training system for surgical wound debridement was developed and comprises a multimedia introduction, a surgical simulator (tutorial component), and an assessment component. The simulator includes two PCs, a haptic device, and mirrored display. Debridement is performed on a virtual leg model with a shallow laceration wound superimposed. Trainees are instructed to remove debris with forceps, scrub with a brush, and rinse with saline solution to maintain sterility. Research and development issues currently under investigation include tissue deformation models using mass-spring system and finite element methods; tissue cutting using a high-resolution volumetric mesh and dynamic topology; and accurate collision detection, cutting, and soft-body haptic rendering for two devices within the same haptic space.

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ID Code: 55486
Item Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: 1586035835, 9781586035839
Divisions: Current > Schools > School of Design
Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Copyright Owner: Copyright IOS Press 2006
Deposited On: 12 Dec 2012 01:56
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2013 05:50

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