A clinically valid simulator with tactile sensing to train specialists to perform cochlear implantation

@inproceedings{Todd2006ACV,
  title={A clinically valid simulator with tactile sensing to train specialists to perform cochlear implantation},
  author={Catherine Todd},
  year={2006}
}
Cochlear implantation is a maximally invasive surgical procedure aimed at overcoming human inaudibility and providing the sensation of sound to thousands of severely deaf recipients worldwide. Specialists require extensive training to perform the surgery, yet traditional approaches such as cadaver dissection and device insertion can prove costly. Alternative training schemes have not been developed, however surgical simulators that offer force feedback during anatomical model manipulation may… CONTINUE READING

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