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VirtaMed Develops Advanced Knee Model for Surgical Training
March 21, 2022VirtaMed had developed an innovative knee model to be used in conjunction with it's virtual reality ArthroS™ Simulator. The new knee model was developed in close collaboration with AANA’s knee expert working group and is a culmination of extensive research, prototyping, and development.
VirtaMed and Ferring Pharmaceuticals Accelerate First-of-its-kind Global Training Program to Increase Confidence in Embryo Transfers
February 15, 2022The ASRM Embryo Transfer Simulator brings the first standardized and validated training approach for this crucial stage during In Vitro Fertilization, increasing confidence of reproductive endocrinologists
VirtaMed LaparoS™ Announced as a Finalist for the Edison Award
February 11, 2022The prestigious Edison Awards have announced the VirtaMed LaparoS™ surgical training simulator is a finalist in the education category for the 2022 awards. The LaparoS was voted to be among the most elite of the 350 overall submissions.
VirtaMed Announces New Inclusive Knee Simulation Model
February 02, 2022VirtaMed has announced the release of a new knee training model for arthroscopic knee surgeries. Reflecting the diversity of is customer base, and their patients, the new model will be available on simulators in two different skin tones.
VirtaMed to Premiere Gynecological Laparoscopy Training Module for U.S. Surgeons at AAGL 2021
November 15, 2021The new module for the industry-leading VirtaMed LaparoS™ gynecological simulator addresses a need for increased training on ovarian cystectomies and other complex laparoscopic surgeries.
Broward Health First U.S. Hospital System Using Innovative VirtaMed Laparoscopic Simulator
July 28, 2021The next-generation mixed reality simulator offers resident doctors unparalleled simulated training for complex surgeries. “We chose the LaparoS because it offers our residents a more realistic simulation of what they will encounter in the operating room,” said Dr. Ivan Puente, General Surgery Program Director at Broward Health Medical Center. “We feel very strongly that this will not only enhance their skill development but also contribute to patient safety.”