InSimo @ B.E.S.T. with a demo on diSplay Learning
The World Ophthalmology Congress was first held in 1857 and it is finally back for its 36th edition. The longest continuous international medical meeting is held every two years in a different region of the world.
Saturday 16 June, our partner will offer a course on the improvement of “Tunnel Construction” skills for the Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS). It will use the high realistic virtual simulator in which InSimo developed the software’s physics and bio-mechanical elements, capable to reproduce a highly realistic force feedback simulator.
HelpMeSee’s Chief of Training Operations
“The HelpMeSee’s Eye Surgery Simulator creates a unique environment for students to learn the complex foundational skills needed to perform MSICS surgery. With the simulator, students receive real-time feedback and can practice until competent. Students can also learn in an environment in which live patients are not put at risk. (…) This simulation-based type of training is the future of medical education.“