The OpSim, Eye surgery simulator
With the effort of SiMedix, a knowledge-based company, eye surgery became easier for students in this field.
According to the Technology Reporter of the Medical Science Group of the Javan journalist Club, the eye surgery simulator device, the OpSim, practically replaces the patient in the education process, and rather than students and eye specialists operating on alive patients, they have educated Ophthalmology by using this device.
The OpSim monitors students’ performance and informs them of their mistakes. If the surgeon makes a mistake, there is no danger to anyone, and after this, the student or the trainee, if he achieves the desired passing grade, the device will confirm this person then the person can enter the real-life operating room.
This device is totally from Iran. About 70% of the device’s expertise is programmed like an eye surgery simulator. Also, 30% of it is customized in a single hardware.
Eye surgery simulator, The OpSim, the Javan Reporters Club
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- The OpSim, Eye surgery simulator