VirtaMed Revolutionizes Orthopedic Training with Launch of Meniscal Repair Simulation ModuleFebruary 15, 2023
Experience Realistic Meniscal Tear Repairs with the New Innovative Training Solution from VirtaMed
Zurich, Switzerland - VirtaMed, a leading provider of medical training simulators, announced the launch of its Meniscal Repair Module. This innovative new module allows trainees to practice and perform a range of techniques to repair different types of meniscal tears. The module includes simulations for the all-inside technique, outside-in technique, transtibial pullout technique for meniscal root repair, and meniscal ramp repair using a two-portal posteromedial approach.
"We are thrilled to launch this innovative new simulation module which will provide orthopedic trainees with an educational and realistic experience for meniscal repair," said Professor Seil. "VirtaMed's technology offers a safe and effective way for trainees to practice and refine their skills, without risking harm to real patients."
"We are proud to have created a training module that provides an unparalleled level of realism and accuracy," said VirtaMed’s project coordinator Claude Hoeltgen. "We believe that this module will help to improve the standard of care for patients by providing trainees with the knowledge and skills they need to repair meniscal tears effectively."
To see the Meniscal Repair Module in action, watch the YouTube video demonstrating its features and capabilities.
For further information, please visit VirtaMed | ArthroS™ simulator for knee, shoulder, hip, and ankle arthroscopy training.
About Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg
The Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL) is a public hospital of Luxembourg city, a center for diagnosis, care, treatment, hospitalization, research, and education. Its orthopedic surgery department is recognized as a teaching center from the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS) as well as the European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA), and publishes around 50 scientific articles per year. For more information, visit www.chl.lu.
VirtaMed is the world leader in data-driven medical education, using mixed reality simulators for minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in orthopedics, urology, ob/gyn and general surgery. Combining virtual reality graphics with original instruments and anatomic models for realistic tactile feedback, VirtaMed partners with medical societies, medical device companies and teaching institutions.