Improving laparoscopic simulator training by the use of 3D technology

​Projektmanager

Stine Maya Dreier Sørensen, BMSc.

Projektejer

Lars Konge, Ph.D.

Projektgruppe

Flemming Bjerrum, MD.
Ebbe Thinggaard, MD.
Oria Mahmood, BMSc.

Formål

The aim of the research year is to examine different methods of improving depth perception in laparoscopic surgery and simulation-based training.

Resume

Project one: A systematic review examining the available literature on the topic: Three-dimensional vision in laparoscopy. Does three-dimensional vision improve laparoscopic performance?

​Project two: A randomized trial examining the effect of three-dimensional vision during a proficiency-based laparoscopic training program on a virtual-reality simulator. Moreover, to examine whether it was possible to transfer the skills acquired with three-dimensional conditions to two-dimensional conditions.

Project three: A randomized trial examining the effect of Laser Visual Guidance (LVG) on surgical novices' motor skills and quality of task performance during a laparoscopic training program.

​Publikationer

Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional vision in laparoscopy: A systematic review. Surgical Endoscopy, Apr 4, 2015. Sørensen SM, Savran MM, Konge L, Bjerrum F. "E-Pub ahead of print". PMID:25840896

Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional vision in proficiency-based laparoscopic simulator training - A randomized trial. Sørensen SM, Konge L, Bjerrum F.  "Submitted"

Laser visual guidance versus two-dimensional vision in laparoscopy – A randomized trial. Sørensen SM, Mahmood O, Konge L, Thinggaard E, Bjerrum F. "Submitted"

​Præsentationer

Mar 14, 2015- Oral presentation "Two-dimensional versus three-dimensional vision in laparoscopy- a systematic review" at the KMS (Kongres for Medicinsk Studenterforskning) conference in Nyborg, Denmark.

 Sep 9, 2015- E-poster presentation: "Two-dimensional versus three-dimensional vision in laparoscopy- a systematic review" at AMEE (An International Association for Medical Education) conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

Nov 30, 2015- Oral presentation: "Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional vision in proficiency-based laparoscopic simulator training - A randomized trial" at ICOSET (International Conference on Surgical Education and Training) conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Jan 16, 2016- E-poster presentation: "Laser visual guidance versus two-dimensional vision in laparoscopy – A randomized trial" at IMSH (International Meeting On Simulation In Healthcare) conference in San Diego, USA.

Jan 16, 2016- Poster presentation: "Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional vision in proficiency-based laparoscopic simulator training - A randomized trial" at IMSH (International Meeting On Simulation In Healthcare) conference in San Diego, USA. 

​Tilgængeligt materiale

Projects registered on www.clinicaltrials.gov

Project two: NCT023614

Project three: NCT02407483

More information can be found at the website: cekusim.dk​

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