PROcedure Rehearsal Studio
Patient specific endovascular procedures Clinicians create a patient specific 3D anatomical model based on CT scans for the purpose of simulating, analyzing and evaluating for preoperative endovascular surgical treatments.
Interventional procedures might pose challenges even to the most experienced physicians. The PROcedure Rehearsal Studio™ was developed to assist clinicians prepare for their upcoming intervention by using segmentation technology to create a patient specific 3D anatomical model based on scanned images.
The 3D model can be exported to a virtual simulation environment, used by CAD software or physically printed by 3D printers, for the purpose of simulating, analyzing and evaluating pre-operative surgical treatment options.
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PROcedure Rehearsal Studio Clinical Planning
Validation studies confirm that in a clinical setting, the PROcedure Rehearsal Studio may be an optimal tool for the advance planning of an endovascular procedure. Pre-Op planning may result in better overall outcomes for patients- and holds many advantages to the clinician such as:
- Simplify procedure planning
- Shorten procedure time
- Reduce radiation exposure time
- Reduce usage of contrast media and tools
- Prevent complications and reduce risks
- Enhance effective decision making
Great examples of how the PROcedure Rehearsal Studio’s advanced technology can be used may be seen in the presentation and various live cases shown below. In all cases CT scan was first loaded into the PROcedure Rehearsal Studio workstation followed by rehearsing the procedure in a true-to-life virtual reality environment.
PROcedure Rehearsal Studio Training
Incorporating the PROcedure Rehearsal Studio into professional training provides the trainee with a growing number of opportunities to practice various procedures on virtual patients based on real cases.
The PROcedure Rehearsal Studio is extremely beneficial to:
- Increase the number of cases that can be practiced on the ANGIO Mentor and provide the opportunity to share those with strong teaching value.
- Ease the introduction of minimally invasive tools developed by medical device companies by allowing true to life hands-on practice.
- Provide the opportunity for training programs to create curricula that fits the program’s specific needs.
- Incorporating the simulation into clinical practice unifies procedure approach and serves as a convenient platform for group discussions.