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Katie Black, Nikolai Poulsen, Heidi Holmes, Natasha Felsinger, Tracy Breslin, Kennii Pravongviengkham, Boun Pravong, Eduardo Bolanos, Zoran Falkenstein, Charles C Hart, Tina Talwar: First entry model. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Rimas T Lukas, January 17, 2017: US09548002 (2 worldwide citation)

A simulated abdominal wall model that is ideal for practicing laparoscopic first entry surgical techniques is provided. The model includes a simulated abdominal wall portion captured between two frame elements of a support. The support is connectable to a surgical trainer. When connected to the trai ...


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Natasha Felsinger, Sam Chehayeb, Eduardo Bolanos: Synthetic tissue structures for electrosurgical training and simulation. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Patrick Y Ikehara, September 25, 2018: US10081727

A surgical simulator for electrosurgical training and simulation is provided. The surgical simulator includes one or more simulated tissue structures made substantially of a hydrogel comprising a dual interpenetrating network of ionically cross-linked alginate and covalently cross-linked acrylamide. ...


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Serene Wachli, Gregory K Hofstetter, Katie Black, Nikolai Poulsen, Heidi Holmes, Natasha Felsinger, Tracy Breslin, Kennii Pravongviengkham, Boun Pravong, Eduardo Bolanos, Zoran Falkenstein, Charles C Hart, Tina Talwar: Advanced first entry model for surgical simulation. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Cynthia A Bonner, February 5, 2019: US10198966

The present invention provides a surgical training device for training laparoscopic first entry surgical techniques. The training device includes a simulated abdominal wall that is penetrable with an optical trocar. A receptacle containing a tissue simulation is located inside the receptacle. The ti ...


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Katie Black, Nikolai Poulsen, Heidi Holmes, Natasha Felsinger, Tracy Breslin, Kennii Pravongviengkham, Boun Pravong, Eduardo Bolanos, Zoran Falkenstein, Charles C Hart, Tina Talwar: First entry model. Applied Medical Resources Corporation, Rimas T Lukas, July 17, 2018: US10026337

A simulated abdominal wall model that is ideal for practicing laparoscopic first entry surgical techniques is provided. The model includes a simulated abdominal wall portion captured between two frame elements of a support. The support is connectable to a surgical trainer. When connected to the trai ...