2018
DOI: 10.1590/0102-672020180001e1384
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Abstract: Background: Three-dimensional videosurgery is already a reality worldwide. The trainee program for this procedure should be done initially and preferably in simulators. Aim: Assemble low-cost simulator for three-dimensional videosurgery training. Methods: The simulator presented here was mounted in two parts, base and glasses. After, several stations can be inserted into the simulator for skills training in videosurgery. Results: It was possible to set up three dimensional (3D) video simulations with low cost.… Show more

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“…Among studies on low-cost simulators for video-assisted surgery training, Cunha et al developed a simulator involving virtual reality glasses and analyzed the video-assisted procedure performed in a transparent box that allowed real-time observation by the evaluator, but without transmitting or capturing the procedure image 22 . The simulator in the present study also used accessible materials, but we opted for an opaque plastic mannequin so that the participant could only access internal structures through the endoscopic camera.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among studies on low-cost simulators for video-assisted surgery training, Cunha et al developed a simulator involving virtual reality glasses and analyzed the video-assisted procedure performed in a transparent box that allowed real-time observation by the evaluator, but without transmitting or capturing the procedure image 22 . The simulator in the present study also used accessible materials, but we opted for an opaque plastic mannequin so that the participant could only access internal structures through the endoscopic camera.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is noteworthy that the intention of the simulator described in the article is not to train robust or complex surgical procedures, but to direct primary learning to an unfamiliar audience, especially with regard to the manipulation of instruments and main movements, adaptation to the 2D visual-spatial field, and motor coordination practices 6,15 . We should also mention that the simulated training of surgical skills improves manual skills and protects the learner and the patient due to the controlled environment, reducing the risk of iatrogenic episodes 2,11,13,14,16,17 .…”
Section: Construction and Application Of A Low-cost Laparoscopy Train...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Simulation can promote learning through repetition in an environment conducive to learning, which directs the student's attention to the step-bystep procedure [3][4][5]10 . Other advantages, common to other simulation models, are the ability to train without restrictions, in addition to the reduction in the use of animals 4,5,7,10,11 . However, obtaining industrialized simulators is usually costly, making this tool inaccessible and sometimes unfeasible.…”
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confidence: 99%