STUDENTS TRY ROBOT SURGERY AT ST. ALPHONSUS
KINDHEART NAMED HEALTHCARE TECH OUTLOOK TOP 10 HEALTHCARE SIMULATION SOLUTION PROVIDER
IDED News - Boise, ID (April 2019) — With her face pressed tight to the console in front of her, Ryanne Denning used only the slightest movements of her hands and feet to move the arms of a multi-million dollar robot.
She wielded tiny tools — only millimeters wide — pinching and cutting and cauterizing the red tissue and yellowish fat of a heart. Step by step, an expert guided her through the process of operating on an organ with a da Vinci surgical robot, her every movement magnified on a large screen, for other students to see.
HEART SURGERY RESIDENTS READY TO SAVE REAL LIVES AFTER ‘OUT OF BODY’ TRAINING EXPERIENCE
HEALTHCARE SIMULATION SPECIAL (DECEMBER 2017) — The proliferation of fatalities owing to preventable errors in the field of healthcare is swelling at an enormous rate. This can be traced back to the lack of effective co-ordination, perceptive thinking, and skill-based actions among healthcare professionals, which are essential during the circumstances that are vital to the survival of a patient. The influx of simulation machines in the healthcare spectrum has come forth as a viable solution to tackle the issue.
INTUITIVE SURGICAL CHOOSES KINDHEART FOR ROBOTIC LOBECTOMIES
Largest, Most Comprehensive Study of Simulated Surgery Shows Practice May Help Improve Patient Outcomes
CHICAGO (August 25, 2016) — Simulation training for surgery residents builds confidence and could have a life-saving impact on patients undergoing cardiac surgery, according to two studies published online today in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery.
“Simulation training should create better surgeons who are trained much more efficiently,” said Richard H. Feins, MD, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who led one of the studies. “This type of learning allows surgery residents to develop their knowledge, skills, and confidence, before going into the operating room, thus protecting patients from unnecessary risks.”
STS UNIVERSITY SELECTS KINDHEART FOR CARDIAC SURGERIES
SAN DIEGO (January 2015) - Intuitive Surgical has contracted with KindHeart to provide the KindHeart Robotic Surgery Simulator (RSS) to demonstrate robotic surgery at the 2015 Society of Thoracic Surgeons 51st Annual Meeting in San Diego from January 24-28.
Three cardiothoracic surgeons will perform separate robotic surgeries on the KindHeart Robotic Surgery Simulator (RSS) in the Intuitive Booth at the STS Conference throughout the day on Monday, January 26th.
San Diego (January 2015) - The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) has contracted with KindHeart to provide KindHeart Cardiac Surgery Simulators (CSS) for the STS University cardiac surgical training program.
KindHeart will supply the simulators at the 2015 Society of Thoracic Surgeons 51st Annual Meeting in San Diego from January 24-28.