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A laparoscopic simulation training platform comprises an abdominal mold box, a camera and a monitor, which is characterized in that the abdominal mold box simulates the artificial pneumoperitoneum state during laparoscopic surgery, the camera is arranged in the abdominal mold box and is connected with the monitor outside the box through a wire, the surface of the abdominal mold box is provided with a killing hole, laparoscopic surgical instruments are placed in the killing hole, and accessories simulating human organs are placed in the abdominal mold box. The laparoscopic simulation training platform of the utility model can help the trainees to train the technical actions such as separation, clamp, hemostasis, anastomosis, suture, ligation, etc. in laparoscopic surgery. Since the trainees are not limited by time and space, they can quickly get familiar with and master the basic operation of laparoscopic surgery. Its structure is simple and the operation is convenient.
A laparoscopic simulation training platform comprises an abdominal mold box (1), a camera (5) and a monitor (4), which is characterized in that: the camera (5) is arranged in the abdominal mold box (1) and connected with the monitor (4) outside the box through a wire, the surface of the abdominal mold box (1) is provided with a killing hole (2), the laparoscopic surgical instrument (3) is placed in the killing hole (2), and the abdominal mold box (1) is provided with a human organ fitting (6).
The utility model relates to a medical instrument, in particular to a laparoscopic simulation training platform.
Laparoscopy has a history of 100 years. Since the first case of laparoscopic cholecystectomy was performed by Mouret, a Frenchman, in 1987, laparoscopy has created a new and ideal way of abdominal surgery through the combination of high-tech TV camera system and special surgical instruments. It is a typical representative of micro invasive surgery. As soon as this kind of operation came out, it was welcomed by patients and doctors because of its minimally invasive characteristics. In the actual laparoscopic surgery, due to the limitations of the operation experience, operation time and space, the trainees can not master the basic operation better and faster, and the difficult technical essentials such as anastomosis, suture and ligation are difficult to master, and it is impossible to use human beings for testing.