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ARTHRO MENTOR

ARTHRO MENTOR

 

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ARTHRO Mentor™ is an advanced arthroscopic training simulator. As the most effective tool for arthroscopic surgery skills acquisition, the system reduces training time and considerably improves the learning curve of the complex surgery techniques.

The simulator features a line of simulated procedures, combining fiberglass / polyurethane anatomical models (shoulder, knee and hip) with 3D images and haptic sensation, to allow users to learn key aspects of the procedures. Simulated procedures are performed utilizing a realistic set of tools as used in the OR including the arthroscopic camera, which allow the trainee to acquire a true-to-life hands-on experience.

Hardware includes:

  • Detailed realistic anatomical models
  • Realistic surgical instruments adapted for use with the simulator
  • Haptic device
  • Elevated platform and adjustable tools location for maximal comfort

Software includes:

  • Training curricula including tasks and full surgical procedure cases
  • Statistic and graphic data for training assessment
  • User management capabilities

The ARTHRO Mentor library of cases includes a didactic sequence of training tasks to develop the navigation skills required to reach the eye-hand coordination using both the arthroscopic camera and the virtual instruments.
Training modules in increasing difficulty include healthy anatomies and various pathologies in the following:

  • Fundamentals of Arthroscopic Surgery Training (FAST)
  • General arthroscopic skills
  • Shoulder diagnostic procedures
  • Knee diagnostic procedures
  • Hip diagnostic procedures
  • Shoulder therapeutic procedures
  • Knee therapeutic procedures

 

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ARTHRO MENTOR

PLATFORM

A cost-effective solution with interchangeable anatomical models to support arthroscopic training curricula for various anatomical joints.

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Platform includes:

  • Interchangeable knee/shoulder/hip models
  • Moveable knee that can be extended/bent and applied with Varus/Valgus movements
  • Shoulder arthroscopy in beach chair and lateral decubitus positions
  • Hip arthroscopy in supine and lateral decubitus positions
  • Robotic arms that provide a true-to-life haptic sensation
  • Adjustable platform height to achieve a realistic working position
  • Physical instruments (camera, grasper and stylus) that simulate real tools with additional virtual tools
  • Foot pedals

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ARTHRO MENTOR
FEATURES AND BENEFITS

The ARTHRO Mentor was the first available arthroscopy training simulator on the market worldwide and is currently the most comprehensive, including , basic skills training, full procedures and diagnostics.

  • Hands-on knee, shoulder and hip training from very basic skills relevant for PGY1 residents, up to complete Labral repair procedures for advanced users.
  • Realistic and accurate simulation of tissue, organs, instruments and optics.
  • Dynamic tactile feedback using robotic arms that provide tactile sensation for a wide range of pathologies.
  • Extensive content of over 70 tasks and cases that comprise the largest library of case scenarios. Includes a full range of basic skills, diagnostic and full procedures for the knee, shoulder and hip joints.
  • Fundamentals of Arthroscopic Surgery Training (FAST) module to gain the basic skills required for arthroscopy. The module is based on curricula from major arthroscopic societies.
  • Ready-to-use courses via MentorLearn. Includes a library of ready-to-use simulator based courses and a platform to design new training courses including diagnostic knee Arthroscopy, microfractures, ACL reconstruction, Bankart repair and rotator cuff repair.
  • A large number of virtual tools are available using only three physical tools.
  • Systematic training with objective assessment.
  • The most validated simulator on the market today with multiple validation studies proving its effectiveness, usefulness and didactic value.

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ARTHRO MENTOR
LIBRARY OF MODULES

The ARTHRO Mentor library of cases includes a didactic sequence of training tasks to develop the navigation skills required to reach the eye-hand coordination using both the arthroscopic camera and the virtual instruments.

Training modules in increasing difficulty include healthy anatomies and various pathologies.

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY TRAINING (FAST) MODULE

The FAST Program was initiated in 2011 as a collaborative effort of the three leading American orthopedic societies:

  • Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS)

The Program is based on the tenet that basic surgical skills are best developed sequentially and that advanced proficiency should be predicated upon successful completion of a basic skills curriculum.

FAST module includes:

  • Didactic content – The FAST Module contains six didactic programs with valuable content found in the Simbionix MentorLearn curricula management system:
    1. Basic Principles of Arthroscopy
    2. Basic Triangulation Skills
    3. Basic Interventional Arthroscopy
    4. Suture Anchors
    5. Passing Suture through Tissue
    6. Arthroscopic Knot Tying
  • Hands-on – The FAST Module provides hands-on training of arthroscopy skills to help facilitate learning of the basics to become a better surgeon. These include eleven basic tasks that are delivered in an ambidextrous configuration.
  • Metrics – to provide the learner with immediate feedback that will allow him to evaluate his progress and understand what arthroscopic key elements need to be improved.

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BASIC SKILLS

Enables the trainee to acquire skills essential to building confidence and ease with basic arthroscopy techniques. Exercises in a non-anatomic setting provide a relaxed environment outside of the operating room for both individuals and teams, aimed at improving orientation, eye hand coordination and manual skills.

Learning Objectives

  • To become familiar with camera manipulation
  • To master eye-hand coordination
  • To acquire the skill of using the probing tool
  • To acquire triangulation perception
  • To understand the maneuvers inside Knee and Shoulder space
  • To learn thread manipulation required for suturing

 

 

 

 

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ADVANCED KNEE

The new module is a complete training tool for obtaining basic, diagnostic and therapeutic skills for knee arthroscopy.

Advanced Knee module includes:

  • Healthy Anatomy Tasks – tasks for gradually exercising diagnostic examination of the joint. The course administrator can tailor the tasks and choose the targets and the order in which they will appear according to their preferences. Trainee obtains anatomical knowledge, orientation skills, experience in reaching different areas by manipulation of knee (extension/flexion, varus/valgus) and deep familiarization of the appearance and the physical behavior of healthy structures in the knee joint.
  • Pathological Cases Diagnostics – trainee is requested to arthroscopically examine the joint, identify and capture pathological conditions and describe them. Pathologies include meniscal tears, meniscal abnormalities and torn ACL.
  • Meniscectomy Procedures – allows the practice of a full meniscectomy procedure on several meniscal tears using a variety of real-life tools. Trainees learn how to choose the most suitable tool for each tear and evaluate the amount of meniscus that needs to be removed.
  • Knee Procedural Tasks – enables the practice of various procedural steps on different pathological conditions. The tasks include steps from procedures such as femoral condyle cartilage repair, loose bodies removal and ACL reconstruction.

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SHOULDER TRAINING MODULE

ARTHRO Mentor provides an opportunity for the practice of surgical skills required for the Shoulder arthroscopy procedure, in a safe and reproducible environment.

Allows exploration of the shoulder joint in both healthy and pathological models, as well as provides a set of key steps for surgical procedures.

Shoulder module includes:

  • Diagnostic tasks – enables trainee to practice recognizing a healthy knee, following the understanding of various pathologies.
  • Procedural cases – enables trainee to practice performing various procedure cases with different pathologies, including cases such as:
    • Glenohumeral
    • Subacromial
    • Instability
    • Loose bodies
    • Cartilage repair
    • ASD
    • RCR

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SHOULDER LABRAL REPAIR MODULE

The first complete procedure training module available for arthroscopic surgery on the ARTHRO Mentor.Relevant for advanced trainees, who need a powerful didactic tool to practice shoulder instability procedures.

The new module includes training for 3 shoulder arthroscopy complete procedures: SLAP, Bankart and posterior Bankart repairs.

The module’s main objective is to practice the steps involved in various instability repair procedures including:

  • Diagnostic Arthroscopy
  • Labral debridement
    • Conservative debridement – Contour edges of torn Labrum
    • Debride Glenoid
    • Decorticate Glenoid boney
  • Drilling into bone
  • Placement of suture anchors
  • Suture thread manipulation
  • Passing suture thread through the Labrum

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HIP DIAGNOSTICS

ARTHRO Mentor provides the only available VR simulation module for hip arthroscopy.

The module allows exploration of the central compartment in healthy and pathological hip joints for gradual obtaining of diagnostic skills.

Module includes:

  • Healthy Anatomy Tasks – tasks for gradually exercising diagnostic examination of the joint. The course administrator can tailor the tasks and choose the targets and the order in which they will appear according to their preferences. Trainee obtains anatomical knowledge, visual and probe examination skills, orientation skills when accessing from different portals, and a deep familiarization with the appearance and the physical behavior of healthy structures in the hip joint.
  • Pathological Cases –trainee is provided general information and the medical history of several patients and is requested to arthroscopically examine their hip joint, identify and capture their pathological conditions and describe them. The module includes pathologies such as labral tears, chondral injuries and lesions of the acetabular fossa.

All tasks in the Hip Diagnostics module can be performed in 2 patient positions: supine and lateral decubitus.

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ARTHRO MENTOR
CURRICULUM

The simulator curriculum plays an important role in the success of skill centers and in resident learning. A number of publications have demonstrated the importance of structured VR training curriculum and suggest that training within a proficiency-based virtual reality curriculum may reduce errors during real surgical procedures.

Simbionix is very proud to work in collaboration with key opinion leaders to provide our worldwide customers with well thought out curricula. Within these, the simulator serves as a tool for delivering a learning experience. The curricula are intended to enhance learner motivation for a structured, enjoyable and efficient way of acquiring skills using simulators.

The following ARTHRO Mentor curriculum is based on The Fundamentals of Arthroscopic Surgery Training (FAST) Program, which was initiated in 2011 as a collaborative effort of AANA, AAOS, and ABOS. The FAST program is based on the principle that basic surgical skills are best developed sequentially. It assumes that advanced proficiency should be based on successful completion of a basic skills curriculum.

 

ARTHRO MENTOR
TESTIMONIALS

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“This [validation] study clearly establishes construct validity showing that …/… arthroscopic simulation [i.e,ARTHRO Mentor (formerly insight / insightArthroVR) system] can measure actual clinical skills and not merely the ability to manipulate a simulator, thus confirming our hypothesis. [This hypothesis] was further validated by reproducing the test on a cadaveric model with the same results.”

Captain Dr. Kevin MartinDO, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, TX, USA