Simulated procedure rehearsal is more effective than a preoperative generic warm-up for endovascular procedures.

@article{Willaert2012SimulatedPR,
  title={Simulated procedure rehearsal is more effective than a preoperative generic warm-up for endovascular procedures.},
  author={Willem I M Willaert and Rajesh Aggarwal and Farhad Daruwalla and Isabelle van Herzeele and Ara Darzi and Frank Vermassen and Nicholas J. W. Cheshire},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={255 6},
  pages={
          1184-9
        }
}
  • Willem I M Willaert, Rajesh Aggarwal, +4 authors Nicholas J. W. Cheshire
  • Published in Annals of surgery 2012
  • Medicine
  • INTRODUCTION Patient-specific simulated rehearsal (PsR) of a carotid artery stenting procedure (CAS) enables the interventionalist to rehearse the case before performing the procedure on the actual patient by incorporating patient-specific computed tomographic data into the simulation software. This study aimed to evaluate whether PsR of a CAS procedure can enhance the operative performance versus a virtual reality (VR) generic CAS warm-up procedure or no preparation at all. METHODS During a… CONTINUE READING

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