As many studies have shown, errors occur more often out of non-technical aspects of performance rather than a lack of technical expertise, where as communication was found to be a causal factor in 43% of errors made in surgery1. 27% of claims against health care organisations resulted from cognitive and diagnostic errors in the operating room2.
Realistic training environment
Orcamp is an advanced simulation tool for training and assessment in a highly realistic operation environment, with hybrid OR functionality. By simulating real equipment in combination with life-like medical simulations, the goal is to teach realistic operation behaviour, both for the team and the individual operator.
Orcamp consists of C-arm with simulated x-ray, a table, a control panel, a pedal and screens used for external peripheral information such as Ultrasound and ECG. The portable screens can also be used for external simulators GUI and the software for procedure planning, briefing, debriefing, and step-by-step scenarios.
Orcamp is carefully designed to suit normal office measurements
and comes with a custom fitted floor where the cabling runs underneath for an optimized secured environment.
We believe that good medical practice in the 21st century must embed technical excellence within a matrix of authentic professional behaviour. This may be achieved by continuous training and assessment of knowledge, skills and professionalism.
Cognitive skills are built up through training and exposure to real-life situations. Orcamp offers a unique opportunity for the educator as well as the examiner to improve and evaluate the skills of their trainees in a realistic environment without interfering with real patients.
Skills training capabilities in Orcamp
- Radiation safety skills
- Image management skills
- Procedural skills
- Leadership skills
- Communication skills
- Trauma skills
- Multidisciplinary team training
- Technical skills (in combination with available medical simulators)
- Basic operation skills
- Table setups
- Brief/debrief stations
- Control room interaction
- Scenario planning stations
- Camera recording/fram grabbers