medspace.CA is the world’s first simulation of in-theatre imaging and places the user in a “sterile” operating theatre alongside mobile C-Arm apparatus. The clinical room itself is a challenging learning environment for students with time pressure and low tolerance for error. medspace.CA aims to provide realistic process simulation to better prepare students for the challenges of these procedures. Equipment must be positioned within the room to suit the surgeon’s needs while simultaneously maintaining sterility and generating a useful image. As with all medspace.VR modules the environment utilises high physical and functional fidelity in order to improve future transfer of skills to clinical practice.
Demonstration start to finish of an AP Hip pinning proceedure