Gothenburg, Sweden, May 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Surgical Science announced today that the latest major annual update of the world’s leading virtual reality laparoscopic trainer LapSim is now available to all LapSim customers. With more than 50 new enhancements and upgrades, this update brings scenario control to LapSim, includes an improved results dashboard and metrics interactivity, introduces survey functionality, and delivers powerful new training exercises for bariatrics and nephrectomy.
“This is one of our biggest and best updates yet, with significant upgrades and new features that not only enhance the performance of LapSim but will also improve the overall usability of LapSim for both instructors and trainees,” said Hans Uddenberg, global product manager for LapSim. “We want every LapSim user to experience the latest features, the most advanced technology and the strongest educational content available. We believe the best way to do this is to continually improve and innovate and make those upgrades available to our valued LapSim customers.”
The 2014 update is available for all LapSim customers with a subscription or extended warranty package. Non-warranty customers may learn more about accessing the system update by contacting Surgical Science at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting your local Surgical Science representative at this link: http://www.surgical-science.com/contact-us/.
To learn more about LapSim and the LapSim 2014 Update, visit our website at http://www.surgical-science.com/.
About Surgical Science:
Surgical Science, established in 1999, develops high quality tools for the Assessment, Training and Certification of medical professionals. Using Virtual Reality simulation technologies, users are able to build skills on Surgical Science simulators that demonstrate and transfer proficiency from virtual reality to the operating suites. Surgical Science’s world headquarters are in Gothenburg (Sweden) with the Americas headquarters in Minneapolis, MN and offices in Mexico City (Latin America) and Toronto (Canada).