Hollywood in the Operating Room, The New York Times, Science Times December 7, 2015 - Surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital have four minutes to save this gunshot wound victim. So how do residents learn such a risky procedure? With a little help from Hollywood. By EMMA COTT and BEN LAFFIN, Published November 9, 2015. Related Article “Artificial Patients, Real Learning “ By Karen Weintraub, November 9, 2015.
Artificial Patients, Real Learning. The New York Times, Health November 9, 2015 - By Karen Weintraub “BOSTON — The patient’s blood pressure had reportedly crashed in the ambulance; a gunshot wound had damaged the heart. In the operating room, a medical resident, Dr. Dan Hashimoto, slid a knife into the patient’s chest and sliced horizontally, from the sternum across the torso. He thrust his hand into the gash, […]
6th Consecutive Year — TCG and TSDA Boot Camp 2015 September 30, 2015 - Chapel Hill, NC The Chamberlain Group was again honored to contribute products for this intensive course for incoming cardiothoracic surgery residents. With the use of simulation, the course provides training and hands-on practice in the latest cardiothoracic surgical techniques, allowing residents to be better prepared when entering the operating room in their home programs. At […]
Improved Perfusion Beating Heart August 6, 2015 - Cannulatable and suturable new beating heart, offered with or without CABG sites for off-pump or arrested heart anastomotic procedures, allows for antegrade cardioplegia introduction. Developed as an upgrade to our Perfusion Beating Heart Trainer. A highly detailed, mimetic tissue heart model with extended vasculature and accessible atrial appendages, our Cannulatable Larger Beating Heart is sized […]
Surgical Sam Helps Train Boston Children’s Hospital Surgeons July 24, 2015 - By Jon Christian Globe Correspondent In an operating theater deep in Boston Children’s Hospital, surrounded by state-of-the-art medical equipment, a surgical team is on the brink of losing a young patient. Their goal was to locate and repair a perforation in the bowel, but something’s gone wrong: The liver is bleeding uncontrollably, and if they […]
VATS Trainer for Explant Left-Side April 13, 2015 - Accommodates porcine explants for skills development in thoracoscopic lobectomy and lung resection in a realistic human thoracic context for lifelike VATS training. Derived from patient CT data, the VATS Trainer for Explants Left-Sided is a hemi-thorax with all pertinent landmarks for thoracoscopic lung surgeries. The trainer presents a patient in a lateral decubitus position with […]
Pocket Vessel Anastomosis Trainer April 13, 2015 - Pocket Vessel Anastomosis Trainer. Download Brochure
Tactility Bowel Brochure April 13, 2015 - Tactilty Bowel Brochure.
MICS Mitral CABG Heart April 13, 2015 - MICS Mitral CABG Heart (#1390) Our new MICS Mitral CABG Heart is designed to provide a realistic environment and access for minimally invasive mitral valve and CABG procedures. With three left atrium options (with a prolapsed posterior mitral leaflet, with or without chordae, and papillary muscles, or with a healthy mitral leaflet) this heart is […]
Heart Case Brochure April 13, 2015 - Heart Case Brochure. Download Brochure