Three-Dimensional Printed Pediatric Airway Model Improves Novice Learners' Flexible Bronchoscopy Skills With Minimal Direct Teaching From Faculty.

@article{DeBoer2018ThreeDimensionalPP,
  title={Three-Dimensional Printed Pediatric Airway Model Improves Novice Learners' Flexible Bronchoscopy Skills With Minimal Direct Teaching From Faculty.},
  author={Emily M. DeBoer and Jennifer D. Wagner and Miranda Kroehl and Joseph A. Albietz and Robin Shandas and Robin R. Deterding and Matthew Rustici},
  journal={Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare},
  year={2018},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          284-288
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Training in pediatric flexible bronchoscopy (FB) is predominantly completed on patients. Early trainees are less accurate and slower than experienced bronchoscopists. This report describes the development of a three-dimensional printed airway model and describes how the model was used to teach learners basic FB skills. METHODS Postgraduate year two (PGY2) pediatric residents completing a 1-month pediatric pulmonology rotation with minimal previous exposure to FB were randomized… CONTINUE READING
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