A prospective randomized study to test the transfer of basic psychomotor skills from virtual reality to physical reality in a comparable training setting.

@article{Lehmann2005APR,
  title={A prospective randomized study to test the transfer of basic psychomotor skills from virtual reality to physical reality in a comparable training setting.},
  author={Kai Siegfried Lehmann and J{\"o}rg Peter Ritz and Heiko Maa\ss and H{\"u}seyin Kem{\^a}l Çakmak and Uwe G. K{\"u}hnapfel and Christoph Thomas Germer and Georg Bretthauer and Heinz Johannes Buhr},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2005},
  volume={241 3},
  pages={442-9}
}
OBJECTIVE To test whether basic skills acquired on a virtual endoscopic surgery simulator are transferable from virtual reality to physical reality in a comparable training setting. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA For surgical training in laparoscopic surgery, new training methods have to be developed that allow surgeons to first practice in a simulated setting before operating on real patients. A virtual endoscopic surgery trainer (VEST) has been developed within the framework of a joint project… CONTINUE READING

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