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AMERICAS
Neuroradiology
Angio Suite & Robotics
Healthcare Professionals
Dr. Francisco Jose Mont'Alverne

Having a virtual simulation system available to improve our skills is extremely relevant. When skills can be improved, and you have the remote support of a physician who has had the opportunity to have more experiences, it is very valuable because it breaks down physical barriers and ensures greater equity in access to the development of a competent professional that involves knowledge, skill, and attitude.

EMEA
Cardiovascular
Healthcare Professionals
In partnership with Siemens Healthineers

Learn how healthcare professionals on a global scale recognize that medical simulation plays a key role in improving cardiovascular training and education. Watch the short video discussion where Prof. Lassen dives into topics, such as how training can improve in specific areas, i.e., structural heart disease.

EMEA
Cardiovascular
Healthcare Professionals
In partnership with Siemens Healthineers

Learn how Prof. Iqbal Malik recreates the clinical environment to yield the best translation to real clinical practice.

EMEA
Cardiovascular
Healthcare Professionals
In partnership with Siemens Healthineers

Prof. Holger Nef talks through the simulated-based procedure, all the while gaining a better understanding of bifurcation strategy and hemodynamic assessment and, of course, improving operator technical skill to new standards.

EMEA
Peripheral Vascular
Healthcare Professionals
Dr. Nigel Hacking, University Hospital Southampton

"There are some centers that might only be referred 3 or 4 cases a year, would you really want to be treated by somebody who is only doing that? But if they could on the simulator, once a week once a month, could do 10 or 20 other cases in the year then when they get their next case I think they’re going to do it with much more confidence."

AMERICAS
Cardiovascular
Healthcare Professionals
Barry Egolf, RN University Hospital Florida

“This gives us the opportunity toactually have a real case in the room and we can come out, we can simulate thecase in a safe environment and then walk less than 15 feet away and actuallyprovide the best opportunity, so that patient will have a good outcome.”

AMERICAS
Healthcare Professionals
Cardiovascular
Dr. Rajesh Shah Florida Hospital Interview

“When we get to a patient, whenthey really need that sort of expediency, efficiency of device deployment, andchoosing the right patient for it, we already went through that already. Thedeployment is easy now.”

AMERICAS
Healthcare Professionals
Cardiovascular
Melanie Reynolds, RN Florida Hospital

“They’ll be able to come in, they’ll be able to get that repetition. They’ll be able to do cases over and over. They’re not going to have the pressure of other staff watching them, physicians watching them. They’ll be able to learn in a more relaxed environment.”

EMEA
Peripheral Vascular
Healthcare Professionals
Dr. Sachin Modi, Consultant Interventional Radiologist University Hospital Southampton, Hampshire, England

"The amount ofscenarios that can be encountered on the simulator cannot necessarily bemirrored in real life. Those using it can get to a level of expertise quickerand faster with the variety of scenarios that can be encountered insimulation."

EMEA
Peripheral Vascular
Healthcare Professionals
Dr. Timothy Bryant, Consultant Interventional Radiologist University Hospital Southampton, Hampshire, England

"Simulation gives you theopportunity to gain experience from other people’s cases. It gives you theopportunity in a condensed format to experience different anatomical variancethat might be gained in over 100 cases into 6-10."

EMEA
Healthcare Professionals
Neuroradiology
Prof. Dr. Thomas Liebig, Neurology Department

"We were able to publish the results of a study we did with a small group of physicians where we have put the metrics that we have created which defined individual steps and errors. And with these metrics we were able to discriminate between different levels of training, meaning between expert-level interventional neuroradiologists and people who were just at a lower or early stage of their training. Current technology is very useful for physicians at different levels of training. Beginners can start with the technology and learn the very basic skills of large vessel access. People at a more advanced level can repeat the procedure and aim at being quicker and more efficient, so I think it’s absolutely very useful.”

EMEA
Angio Suite & Robotics
Healthcare Professionals
Neuroradiology
Sebastian Monch, Resident Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

“Before us residents get to do an angiography in a real patient, we have to practice with a simulator. Of course, simulations are the best when they're as close to reality as possible. This here what you see behind us is the real angiography suite, which we do interventions in. It's a real setting. You have the table, you have the control panel, you have the c-arms, which you can move with the control panel. You have the real catheters, so you get to know the feeling, how it works to go up a vessel or to take that turn or this turn.”

Cardiovascular
Healthcare Professionals
AMERICAS
Dr. Razmina, AMITA Health Saint Joseph Hospital Elgin

"This is absolutely, 100% precise to what my catheter movements are during the real procedure"

Neurovascular
Healthcare Professionals
EMEA
Dr. Kornelia Kreiser, Head of Neuroradiology at University Hospital Ulm, Germany.

"Importing actual patient cases creates access to an unlimited number of training opportunities, individual preparation, and repetition of complex cases"

Neurovascular
Healthcare Professionals
Prof. Dr. Thomas Liebig

“If a center has a small local stroke unit and they want to offer the service of neuro-thrombectomy they might see only 20-30 cases and it's virtually impossible to keep more than one doctor skilled at this procedure with this low number of cases. If you want to offer this at a 24/7 level then you need to make up for the missing numbers of procedures, find alternatives to keep high enough skills amongst 2, 3, or 4physicians.

Proficiency based assessment is that during the training you are assessed and reassessed at different levels of learning, where predefined skills have to be met in order for you to be allowed to continue to the next step. With simulation, you first have to show that you’re proficient at doing a certain procedure before you’re even allowed to touch a patient.”

Peripheral Vascular
Healthcare Professionals
AMERICAS
Prof. Joaquim Maurício Motta Leal Filho, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paul

"The Mentice simulator was fundamental for us to quickly and with little time, but with a lot of quality, to be able to empower Interventional Radiologists, for treatment and training in the technique of prostatic embolization. We had to comply with a regulation of the federal council of medicine, which was each trained professional would need to perform 10 cases to be able to perform a PAE procedure. Otherwise it would have been expensive, because we would have to have a very large pool of patients to be able to individually train interventionalists."

Healthcare Professionals
Medtech Industry
AMERICAS
Dr. Wilson Szeto of Pennsylvania Presbyterian Medical Center

"This model helps physicians and the treating team give patients the best outcome, especially with new technologies that are novel and innovative, where there’s a very steep learning curve."

Medtech Industry
Healthcare Professionals
AMERICAS
David Nicholson, Clinical Trainer

"I feel much more confident relaying to physicians exactly what each step feels like. You can get a very good idea of what the device feels like as you push it through tortuous anatomy, and the resistance you feel as you deploy the device."

Neuroradiology
EMEA
Healthcare Professionals
Prof. Dr. Thomas Liebig, Neurology Department

If a center has a small local stroke unit and they want to offer the service of neuro-thrombectomy they might see only 20-30 cases and it's virtually impossible to keep more than one doctor skilled at this procedure with this low number of cases. If you want to offer this at a 24/7 level then you need to make up for the missing numbers of procedures, find alternatives to keep high enough skills amongst 2, 3, or 4 physicians.

Healthcare Professionals
Cardiovascular
AMERICAS
Dr. Rajesh Shah, Interventional Cardiologist

"When we get to a patient, when they really need that sort of expediency, efficiency of device deployment, and choosing the right patient for it, we already went through that already. The deployment is easy now."

Healthcare Professionals
EMEA
Peripheral Vascular
Dr. Nigel Hacking, Interventional Radiologist

"PAE is one of the most complicated procedures that any interventional radiologist will have done. The anatomy is variable, the use of catheters, microcatheters is very specific. If we can use simulators to...help with some of those complex stages, then it will speed up the training and speed up the competences."

Neuroradiology
EMEA
Teaching Entities
Prof. Claus Zimmer, Director of the Neuroradiology Department

“The simulation will become closer and closer to the reality. In five years, each department will have such a simulator, there will be cost reduction, I'm sure. I could imagine that you can save catheter or material you use, especially at the beginning of your time as an interventional neuroradiologist.”