A laboratory study on anticipatory movement in laparoscopic surgery: a behavioral indicator for team collaboration

@article{Zheng2006ALS,
  title={A laboratory study on anticipatory movement in laparoscopic surgery: a behavioral indicator for team collaboration},
  author={Bin Zheng and Lee L. Swanstr{\"o}m and Christine L. MacKenzie},
  journal={Surgical Endoscopy},
  year={2006},
  volume={21},
  pages={935-940}
}
To assess team collaboration in the context of laparoscopic surgery, laparoscopic cutting tasks performed by single operators and dyad teams were observed. Our previous work suggested that the anticipatory movement performed by a teammate may lead to a shorter total task time than for a single bimanual operator. This report further explores this phenomenon by quantifying the frequency of anticipatory movements and discussing their significance to team collaboration. Subjects were required to… CONTINUE READING

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