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VirtaMed UroS™ Module descriptions VirtaMed AG | Rütistr. 12, 8952 Zurich | Switzerland | info@virtamed.com | www.virtamed.com | Phone: +41 44 500 9690

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Zurich, Switzerland If you have questions regarding this document, please contact VirtaMed for technical support: +41 44 542 91 10 © VirtaMed AG 2019. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or otherwise, for any purpose, without the express written permission of VirtaMed AG. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate. VirtaMed AG is not responsible for printing or clerical errors. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. v1901 1

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TURP basic skills First steps in trans-urethral urologic surgery Module description This module contains basic tasks which allow the trainee to acquire all the skills necessary to safely perform a complete TURP procedure. The TURP procedure is broken down into its various steps, visualization, bleeding, resection etc. A training curriculum provided by the module, relies on self practice in a safe environment until reaching the desired proficiency level. Learners gain experience in identifying the anatomical landmarks, cystoscopy, performing a safe resection, and in controlling bleeding....

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Case descriptions Visualization 1 ▪ Colored aids indicate the correct route and highlight important landmarks ▪ Easy guided case for first steps in TURP Visualization 2 ▪ Colored aids indicate the correct route and highlight important landmarks ▪ Anatomical landmarks not as easy to detect Bleeding control 1 ▪ Partially resected prostate ▪ Bleedings start in various places automatically Bleeding control 2 ▪ Partially resected prostate ▪ Bleedings start in various places automatically ▪ Faster and more bleedings than in “Bleeding control 1” Resection 1 ▪ Abstract median lobe only ▪ No...

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TURP full procedures Safely train on complete TURP procedures Module description 8 virtual patients include small to large prostates with hypertrophies of both lateral and median lobes, presenting various challenges such as difficult access and heavy bleeding. The TURP courses teach an understanding of the anatomical landmarks, depth perception and hand-eye coordination during the TURP procedure and how to control flow and bleedings for a clear view during the. To establish clear viewing conditions during the procedure. To identify anatomical landmarks and obtain a clear 3D mental image of...

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Case descriptions Easy 1 ■ Very small prostate ■ Approximately 25 grams ■ Small median lobe and small side lobes Easy 2 ■ Small prostate ■ Approximately 30 grams ■ Small median lobe and small side lobes Easy 3 ■ Large prostate ■ Approximately 70 grams ■ Very large median lobe and medium side lobes Medium 1 ■ Medium-sized prostate ■ Approximately 50 grams ■ Small median lobe and large side lobes ■ Higher tendency to bleed Medium 2 ■ Small to medium-sized prostate ■ Approximately 40 grams ■ Normal median lobe and medium-sized side lobes ■ Higher tendency to bleed Medium 3 ■ Large prostate ■...

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Laser BPH: ThuLEP and HoLEP Vaporization, enucleation and vaporesection Module description The Laser BPH module offers comprehensive training to acquire all skills necessary to safely perform a complete laser BPH treatment. The module provides a training curriculum relying on self practice until reaching the desired proficiency level. Trainees learn and practice different laser techniques such as vaporization, vaporesection and enucleation. With the Laser BPH Module, urologists can practice their basic skills and perform a full laser BPH procedure on different patient scenarios. The eight...

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Case descriptions Abstract median lobe resection ▪ Median lobe only for easier orientation Abstract side lobes resection ▪ Side lobes only for easier orientation Full procedure – 55g ▪ Shorter prostate ▪ Approximately 55 grams ▪ Large median lobe and normal side lobes Full procedure – 60g ▪ Medium-size prostate ▪ Approximately 60 grams ▪ Normal median lobe and normal side lobes Full procedure – 70g ▪ Shorter prostate ▪ Approximately 70 grams ▪ Large median lobe and large side lobes Full procedure – 80g ▪ Medium-size prostate ▪ Approximately 80 grams ▪ Normal median lobe and large side lobes...

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TURB Multiple papillary and solid bladder tumors removal Module description 4 virtual patients with different, multiple papillary and solid bladder tumors offer trainees the opportunity to perform complete TURB procedures in a safe environment without involving patient-related risk. The level of difficulty of the cases differs in the type of the bladder tumors, their location and the intensity of the complications, such as bleedings and risk of perforating the thin bladder wall. About bladder tumors There are two different kinds of bladder tumors that are part of the VirtaMed UroS™ training...

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Case 1 ■ Papillary tumor at the left side ■ Solid tumor at the bottom of the bladder ■ 3 papillary tumors at the bottom and at the back of the bladder Case 3 ■ Papillary tumor at the bottom ■ 2 solid tumors at the sides of the bladder Case 4 ■ Multiple papillary and solid tumors at the top of the bladder ■ Severe bleedings

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