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Présentation du tout premier test pratique d'évaluation des compétences pour la certification d'endoscopie
Date:1/25/2013

CLEVELAND, January 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Traditionnellement, une observation subjective non structurée est la seule façon d'évaluer les compétences techniques dans le domaine médical. Par conséquent, le programme Fundamentals of Endoscopic SurgeryTM (FESTM) mis en place par la Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) a fait un pas de géant vers des actes chirurgicaux aux mesures plus fiables et valides, visant à améliorer la sécurité des patients. Dans le cadre de cette initiative, SAGES et Simbionix™, un leader dans la simulation chirurgicale, ont mis au point le premier système de réalité virtuelle qui peut évaluer objectivement les compétences endoscopiques chirurgicales.

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Le programme FES est un module pédagogique complet et un outil d'évaluation conçu pour enseigner et contrôler les connaissances fondamentales, le jugement clinique et les compétences techniques requises pour l'exercice de la chirurgie endoscopique (endoscopie) gastro-intestinale (GI) basique. Le FES va établir un critère validé de la compréhension et des compétences nécessaires en endoscopie basique afin d'améliorer la qualité des soins délivrés aux patients.

Le simulateur virtuel haut de gamme GI Mentor™ développé par Simbionix fournit la formation pratique la plus avancée dans le domaine de l'endoscopie gastro-intestinale. Le simulateur offre de multiples possibilités de formation avec des cas réels chez de vrais patients en pr
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