A Novel Idea of Using Digital Camera for Laparoscopy Training in Urology

Pawar, Devendra S.; Singh, Santosh K.; Benjwal, Shobha; Kumari, Indu
January 2010
Urology Journal;Nov2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of using digital camera for laparoscopy training in urology. It outlines the steps in testing the digital camera's compatibility in laparoscopic urology setting and suggests the need use product with digital and optical zoom as well as continuous autofocusing facility and television (TV) monitor display. It notes that using digital camera will increase the trainer's perception of depth and hand-eye coordination and it further eliminates the need of an expensive laparoscope and single three-chip cameras for training.


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