COA2021: Immersive VR Training Improves Procedural Time, Task Completion, and Accuracy in Trainees
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OrthoEvidence. COA2021: Immersive VR Training Improves Procedural Time, Task Completion, and Accuracy in Trainees. ACE Report. 2021;45(1):6. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/13654
Immersive Virtual Reality (iVR) Improves Procedural Duration, Task Completion, and Accuracy in Surgical Trainees: A Systematic ReviewCOA_2021_10
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Seventeen studies were included in this systematic review and meta-analysis comparing immersive virtual reality (VR) training to a control for the acquisition of surgical skills in medical trainees. Pooled outcomes of interest included the time to procedural completion. Additional outcomes of interest included accuracy of pedicle screw placement and task completion. Results revealed significantly ...
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