Transactions on Additive Manufacturing Meets Medicine
Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Trans. AMMM
https://doi.org/10.18416/AMMM.2021.2109502

Medical Phantoms for Planning, Training, and Quality Assurance, ID 502

Advanced training scenarios for liver surgery with realistic interactive 3D-printed phantoms

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Hans Nopper  (cirp GmbH), Olav Schendel (www.cirp.de), Fatma Karayagiz  (www.cirp.de), Ubiratan Freitas  (www.cirp.de), Thomas Lück (www.cirp.de), Tim Stadie  (www.szenaris.com), Marie Lampe  (www.szenaris.com), Anke Reinschluessel  (www.uni-bremen.de), Tanja Doering (www.uni-bremen.de), Daniela Salzmann  (www.uni-oldenburg.de), Dirk Weyhe (www.uni-oldenburg.de)

Abstract

Realistic surgery phantoms possess the potential to improve medical training and as a result improve surgery outcomes, reduce operation time and minimize patient risks. In this work, we developed a training scenario within visceral surgery, implementing lifelike liver phantoms using a hybrid manufacturing approach combining collagen-based casting and 3D-printing. Being equipped with integrated sensors, we developed a feedback system to assess the performance of the trained procedure. This could lead to a new paradigm within visceral surgery training.

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Nopper, H., Schendel, O., Karayagiz, F., Freitas, U., Lück, T., Stadie, T., Lampe, M., Reinschluessel, A., Doering, T., Salzmann, D., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Advanced training scenarios for liver surgery with realistic interactive 3D-printed phantoms. Transactions on Additive Manufacturing Meets Medicine, 3(1), 502. https://doi.org/10.18416/AMMM.2021.2109502

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