Laparoscopy’s Gestures Assessment: A Construct Study for the Validation of an Instrumented Glove†
AbstractThe GIBIC research team, from UdeA, and S4M from LAAS-CNRS, designed a glove with inertial sensors (IMU) for quantifying surgeons’ dexterity. A previous study validated its capacity to accurately rank participants, compared to a video evaluation, during neurosurgery training. The objective of this work is to check this validity for laparoscopic surgery, compared with a “gold-standard” simulator, the LapSim (Surgical Science®). For this purpose, the inertial basic data of the sensors were processed into quantified score comparable with the LapSim scores. A trial was designed and conducted during one month with nine students training on specific LapSim tasks.
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Thomas, G.; Lemos, J.D.; Soto-Romero, G.; Fourniols, J.-Y.; Hernández, A.M. Laparoscopy’s Gestures Assessment: A Construct Study for the Validation of an Instrumented Glove. Proceedings 2017, 1, 599.
Thomas G, Lemos JD, Soto-Romero G, Fourniols J-Y, Hernández AM. Laparoscopy’s Gestures Assessment: A Construct Study for the Validation of an Instrumented Glove. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):599.Chicago/Turabian Style
Thomas, Gaelle; Lemos, Juan Diego; Soto-Romero, Georges; Fourniols, Jean-Yves; Hernández, Alher Mauricio. 2017. "Laparoscopy’s Gestures Assessment: A Construct Study for the Validation of an Instrumented Glove." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 599.
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