Perc Mentor – Percutaneous puncturing

PRODUCT NUMBER 1651


Perc Mentor – Percutaneous puncturing

PRODUCT NUMBER 1651

The PERC Mentor™ platform, designed for realistic training, includes a mannequin that represents the virtual patient’s torso approached from the back.

Two interchangeable cartridges fitted with life-like layers of epidermis and underlying tissue combined with simulated ribs that provide the haptic perception, provide the physical system for percutaneous puncturing.

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SKILLS

  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Processing of 2D fluoroscopic radiographic imaging into
  • 3D “mind’s eye” visualization of anatomies
  • Fluoroscopy image manipulation
  • Tools and guide wire manipulation
  • C-arm manipulation for obtaining ideal access
  • Use of needles of varying sizes and lengths

CASES AND PATHOLOGIES

PCN ESSENTIAL SKILLS:
  • Acquire the skills required to perform percutaneous renal access procedures under real-time fluoroscopy in a variety of tasks in increasing difficulty levels.
FULL PROCEDURE - NORMAL PATIENT:
  • Train on a variety of virtual normal weight patients with different renal anatomies and pathologies.
  • The module provides an ideal opportunity to practice identifying the correct access to the proper calyx through a variety of access sites.
FULL PROCEDURE - OBESE PATIENT:
  • Practice on various obese virtual patients with different renal anatomies and pathologies.
  • Training is enabled by a designated cartridge representing the virtual patient’s back and an authentic needle.

CHARACTERISTICS

REALISTIC SIMULATION:
  • The PCN module enables practicing the renal puncture procedure under fluoroscopic guidance. Using an authentic needle, the learner can access a preferred calyx and learn how to manipulate a guidewire to the selected calyx. The realistic training experience is enhanced by real time simulated fluoroscopy images produced with the manipulation of a virtual C-Arm.
MEDICAL CONTENT:
  • The virtual patient cases provide training on puncturing the right or left kidney for both normal and obese patients, which are more challenging. Learners learn how to cope with complications associated with percutaneous nephrostomy such as perforation of the collecting system and adjacent organ injury.
MANAGEMENT MODE:
  • The PERC Mentor™ provides solutions for the management of trainees, courses and workshops. The following features are part of the simulator’s management mode:
  • Trainee File - personalized including personal details and records of each case performance
  • Trainee Grouping- for purposes of organizing courses and workshops
  • Tailor Made Tutorials- allowing employing instructional aids on selected specified cases
  • Archive - to save trainee files for future access
  • Exams - creating course based exams and assigning to trainee / group

ADDITIONAL MODULES

MENTOR LEARN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (option):
  • Customizable curriculum incorporating training and didactics
  • Easy and efficient administration of simulator users
  • Online learning courses and video-based content
  • Proficiency based hands-on training
  • Performance reports with learning curve graphs
  • Recorded videos of the simulation sessions for debriefing

Description

The PERC Mentor™ platform, designed for realistic training, includes a mannequin that represents the virtual patient’s torso approached from the back.

Two interchangeable cartridges fitted with life-like layers of epidermis and underlying tissue combined with simulated ribs that provide the haptic perception, provide the physical system for percutaneous puncturing.

The PERC Mentor™ platform, designed for realistic training, includes a mannequin that represents the virtual patient’s torso approached from the back.

Two interchangeable cartridges fitted with life-like layers of epidermis and underlying tissue combined with simulated ribs that provide the haptic perception, provide the physical system for percutaneous puncturing.

DOWNLOAD

* Check availability according to geographic region.


SKILLS

SKILLS

  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Processing of 2D fluoroscopic radiographic imaging into
  • 3D “mind’s eye” visualization of anatomies
  • Fluoroscopy image manipulation
  • Tools and guide wire manipulation
  • C-arm manipulation for obtaining ideal access
  • Use of needles of varying sizes and lengths
CASES AND PATHOLOGIES
CHARACTERISTICS
ADDITIONAL MODULES
Description


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