Virtual Reality in Surgery: Between satisfaction and Stress

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Title: Virtual Reality in Surgery: Between satisfaction and Stress
Authors: Sas, CorinaReilly, RonanO'Hare, G. M. P. (Greg M. P.)
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/4467
Date: 20-Sep-2001
Online since: 2013-07-30T10:35:11Z
Abstract: The present study is focused on usability issues related to laparoscopy, emphasizing the surgeon’s overall satisfaction with the mediated perception of reality. We were particularly interested in assessing the differences between this mini-invasive surgical technique and classical surgery, trying to underline both its advantages and limits. We also tried to evaluate the level of stress induced by this method, among the surgeons who use it on a regular basis, together with the adopted coping strategies. Laparoscopy, even though grounded in classical surgery, has its own distinctive features, which require flexibility in order to facilitate the transfer of skills. Despite its limited range of applicability, used discriminatively and carefully, together with well-organized training sessions, this technique can bring satisfaction to both surgeon and patient.
Type of material: Conference Publication
Publisher: Peter Lang
Keywords: LaparoscopyTelepresenceSurgeons’ performance
Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Is part of: Riegler, A. et al. (eds.). Virtual Reality: Cognitive Foundations, Technological Issues & Philosophical Implications (proceedings)
Conference Details: New Trends in Cognitive Science (NTCS01) Virtual Reality Philosophical Issues, Cognitive Foundations, Technological Implications, September 20-22, 2001, Vienna, Austria
ISBN: 3-631-38345-2
This item is made available under a Creative Commons License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ie/
Appears in Collections:Computer Science Research Collection

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