Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system

Chuan Feng, Hanees Haniffa, Jerzy W Rozenblit, Jianfeng Peng, Allan J Hamilton, Mohamad Salkini

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Abstract

Laparoscopic surgery is a newly developed surgical technology that can minimize recovery time. However, with this procedure surgeons lose many of the tactile and visual cues that they rely upon in conventional surgery. Current research and commercial products focus on virtual simulation of procedures, generation of haptic feedback for training, and automated control of the laparoscope in the operating room (OR). This paper discusses a surgical training and assessment system that provides unique sensing and reasoning capabilities for laparoscopic surgery. The system implements an inference module to process information acquired from sensors, and offers real-time guidance capability that will enhance sensory input for surgeons. A training device prototype has been developed. Future research work will focus on developing the technology as a surgical assistant system for use in the OR.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInternational Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M
Pages647-652
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 2006
EventInternational Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M 2006 - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: Oct 4 2006Oct 6 2006

Other

OtherInternational Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M 2006
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period10/4/0610/6/06

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Motion Tracking
Performance Assessment
Tracking System
Surgery
Operating rooms
Laparoscopy
Haptic Feedback
Guidance
Sensing
Recovery
Reasoning
Prototype
Feedback
Real-time
Minimise
Module
Sensor
Sensors
Training
Simulation

Keywords

  • Laparoscopy
  • Motion sensors
  • Surgical performance assessment
  • Virtual surgical training

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Modeling and Simulation

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Feng, C., Haniffa, H., Rozenblit, J. W., Peng, J., Hamilton, A. J., & Salkini, M. (2006). Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system. In International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M (pp. 647-652)

Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system. / Feng, Chuan; Haniffa, Hanees; Rozenblit, Jerzy W; Peng, Jianfeng; Hamilton, Allan J; Salkini, Mohamad.

International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M. 2006. p. 647-652.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Feng, C, Haniffa, H, Rozenblit, JW, Peng, J, Hamilton, AJ & Salkini, M 2006, Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system. in International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M. pp. 647-652, International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M 2006, Barcelona, Spain, 10/4/06.
Feng C, Haniffa H, Rozenblit JW, Peng J, Hamilton AJ, Salkini M. Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system. In International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M. 2006. p. 647-652
Feng, Chuan ; Haniffa, Hanees ; Rozenblit, Jerzy W ; Peng, Jianfeng ; Hamilton, Allan J ; Salkini, Mohamad. / Surgical training and performance assessment using a motion tracking system. International Mediterranean Modelling Multiconference, I3M. 2006. pp. 647-652
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