From Multidisciplinary Computional Anatomy
- 2017年5月23日(火) 16:00 -
- 九州大学病院 West Wing 3階 内視鏡外科トレーニングセンター
- Surgical Skill Analysis and Modeling
- Pierre Jannin先生 (レンヌ大学）
- With about 250 millions of surgical procedures worldwide per year, surgical quality is a crucial societal issue. Increasing surgical quality may occur through the whole perioperative process from diagnosis, strategy decision, planning, performance and post-operative evaluation, as well as through initial and continuous learning. Computer assistance is required at each step. Computer assisted surgery includes providing the surgeon with information about the patient, as well as facilitating his/her job with ergonomical systems and instruments with some levels of automation.
- In this presentation, I will present how such objectives can be addressed by studying and modeling surgical skills. I will illustrate such approach by examples covering different aspects of surgical skills from technical to non-technical ones. Finally, I will present a recent project where a surgical simulation system is developed for evaluating and training procedural skills based on an interactive and collaborative virtual reality environment.