New PrecisionOS shoulder simulation module, sponsored by CONMED, offers advanced training for arthroscopic double-row rotator cuff repair.
Vancouver, British Columbia–May 18, 2023–PrecisionOS®, a leading provider of virtual reality orthopedic surgical education, is pleased to announce the launch of its new shoulder simulation module. Sponsored by CONMED, this educational module aims to teach learners about the relevant principles surrounding rotator cuff repair.
With this module, medical institutions can offer residents and fellows the opportunity to learn arthroscopic double-row rotator cuff repair in a realistic, risk-free environment. The simulation allows trainees to develop the skills necessary to perform the procedure safely and efficiently, ultimately leading to better patient care and outcomes.
The learning objectives of this new module include understanding the anatomy of the rotator cuff and surrounding musculature, combining arthroscopic skills with arm position and triangulation, and understanding a rotator cuff tear pattern and double-row repair. The module can be completed independently or with the guidance of a mentor from anywhere in the world.
“We are excited to launch this new shoulder simulation module in partnership with CONMED,” says Dr. Danny Goel, CEO of PrecisionOS. “This advanced and effective learning experience will provide trainees with a greater understanding of rotator cuff repair, leading to better patient outcomes and improved healthcare.”
The new shoulder simulation module is now available to all medical institutions using the PrecisionOS platform. To learn more about this innovative educational tool and how to implement it into your training program, please book a consultation today.
PrecisionOS is a leading provider of virtual reality surgical training for the medical industry. Healthcare professionals across numerous societies, universities, and medical device companies prefer PrecisionOS modules because they improve the transfer of knowledge and skills. Multiple, independent published trials confirm that participants using the PrecisionOS platform become better, more confident surgeons. PrecisionOS has collaborative affiliations with more than 60 major global medical institutions where the platform is being used in more than 55 countries globally. Learn more at www.precisionostech.com.