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REVIEW ARTICLE

Systematic Review of Laparoscopic Surgery and Simulation-based Training

Pallikonda S Madhulika

Citation Information : Madhulika PS. Systematic Review of Laparoscopic Surgery and Simulation-based Training. World J Lap Surg 2017; 10 (3):117-128.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10033-1319

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 00-00-0000

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2017; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Introduction: We performed a systematic review to analyze the effect and to describe all available simulation-based training as well as the securing of laparoscopic surgery aptitudes during residency programs. Materials and methods: This systematic review aimed to examine the effectiveness of simulation-based training to develop laparoscopic surgery skills using the published randomized controlled trials (RCTs) Searching in PubMed from 2014 till now. This review of the literature tends to the subject of whether laparoscopic recreation deciphers the gain of surgical abilities to the operation room (OR). Results: According to this review, we found that specific learned skills could be reproduced in the OR. Reenactment-based preparing and laparoscopic surgery found that particular abilities could be translatable to the OR. Twenty one investigations revealed learning results measured in five behavioral classifications: Economy of development (8 ponders); suturing (3 examines); execution time (13 considers); mistake rates (7 thinks about); and worldwide rating (7 contemplates). Conclusion: Simulation-based training can help to obtain obvious advantages of surgical aptitudes in the OR. This review proposes that simulation-based training is a successful approach to instruct laparoscopic surgery abilities, increasing reproduction of laparoscopic surgery aptitudes to the OR, and increment safety for patients. Nevertheless, more research ought to be directed to decide whether and how this training can become a part of surgical curriculum.


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