Development of an Educational Training Device
Robert H. Hawes, MD
As part of a larger AdventHealth Endoscopic Resection Conference, there was a need for an Ampullectomy Training Model. Endoscopic ampullectomy is a technically challenging, high-risk procedure with limited training opportunities. A model did not exist, so we set out to develop our own. ISA worked with the Center for Interventional Endoscopy (CIE) to design and develop a training device used to improve technical skills, knowledge and confidence in performing endoscopic ampullectomy
Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery (FRS)
Prototype Development of a Training Model
Physician(s) and Industry collaborator: Dept. of Defense and Intuitive Surgical
Mavid Heart Holder
Patented Educational Device
Constantine Mavroudis, MD
The Institute for Surgical Advancement has harnessed the imagination of some of the most preeminent physicians in their fields for both research and development. ISA fosters groundbreaking studies by providing support and resources to promote the compliant and efficient conduct of research.
Bridging the product development and training gap between industry and frontline clinicians to create and optimize clinical solution.
Our physicians are constantly looking to innovate and produce the best outcomes for patients. This area highlights one way that innovation occurs from inception to ideation, and ultimately from prototype to product development translating to better patient care.
We facilitate the collaboration between physicians and industry experts to make ideas a reality. Learn about innovations that have materialized as a result of our program.