The Hysterectomy hydrogel model provides task specific training of essential skills of a total hysterectomy, including: insertion and removal of uterine manipulator, dissection of the broad ligament, mobilisation of ovaries, skeletonising uterine artery, mobilising bladder flap, colpotomy with surgical energy, vaginal cuff closure with barbed or non-barbed sutures.
Uterine manipulator insertion, opening round ligament, detatching the ovaries and associated ligaments from pelvic side wall, mobilising bladder, differentiating pelvic anatomy, colpotomy, vaginal cuff closure
Cutting edge robotic technology is continually unlocking new approaches to advance surgery. In parallel, the training methods are also undergoing similarly significant advances. Utilising a suite of advanced simulation devices and anatomically correct synthetic organs, trainees can now develop high skill levels and train for a wide range of routine and demanding emergency situations all prior to commencing live surgery. This approach maximises patient safety, and ensures that surgeons receive the advanced training necessary to extract the very best outcomes from the latest robotic devices.