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NEXT GENERATION SURGICAL SIMULATION

Fully-operative, biofidelic emulation simulators with unprecendented anatomical fidelity.

Designed by surgeons. Anatomically accurate. Clinically validated.

REPLICATING THE OPERATIVE EXPERIENCE

Surgeons often lack hands-on experience in many surgical procedures upon completion of their residency program, according to a major study by the American Board of Surgery and the Association of Program Directors in Surgery.

OEI’s unique, hands-in-the-body technology provides practitioners with the real world operative experience to master surgical procedures on fully operable, anatomically correct simulators.

SIMULATION SYSTEMS FOR SURGICAL AND PRE-HOSPITAL

OEI’s biofidelic emulation technology delivers the only true “hands-in-the-body” open-surgery training experience for learners, featuring:

  • Fully operative physical simulators with unprecedented anatomical and surgical fidelity
  • Cost effective procedural and operative repetition
  • Simulators that can be incised, dissected, retracted and sutured using standard surgical instruments
  • Surgical mastery assured through psycho-motor and cognitive testing

The OEI Surgical Simulator Suite

Fasciotomy Leg

Surgical fasciotomy of the lower leg.

Craniotomy

Subdural hematoma surgery and ventriculostomy.

Emergency Thoracotomy

Incisions and maneuvers skills trainers for emergency thoracotomy procedures.

Surgical Legs

Exposure and control of femoral artery and femoral/popliteal vessels.

Disaster Legs

Severe lower leg crush, explosive and penetrating injuries, above and below knee amputation and wound interventions.

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OEI developed a high-fidelity physical model and a teaching module to train surgeons and SOF medics to perform four compartment fasciotomy of the lower leg. Validated by the Army through the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, the instructional video associated with the system was awarded a prize at the Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons in 2009.
American College of Surgeons, Clinical Congress Prize