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Inovus Medical Centre Stage at Future Surgery Show

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Posted by Helen Hanson. 4th November 2021

Inovus Medical centre stage at Future Surgery Show 2021

Stand AE70

Inovus Medical, a global leader in surgical training technology, will be featuring heavily at the Future Surgery Show 2021, delivered in partnership with Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Taking place at ExCel London on November 9 and 10, the show aims to promote networking, develop a stronger voice and meet the training needs of all surgical professionals and their multidisciplinary teams in perioperative care.

Reconnecting surgical professionals and surgical suppliers on its exclusive exhibition floor, the Future Surgery Show will provide a unique platform for experts and innovators to come together for the chance to discuss new products and innovations.

Inovus Medical will showcase LapAR™ - the very latest in connected surgical simulation on their exhibition stand AE70.

With elective lists and the traditional ‘training cases’ in which trainee surgeons would gain their real-life experience being halted entirely or being drastically reduced in number in the wake of COVID, the LapAR™ has been rapidly and widely adopted to support the short fall in hands on surgical training. These changes have compounded the underlying issues of lack of access and underwhelming functionality of existing simulation options. As a result, the majority of trainee surgeons in the UK and across the globe are experiencing short falls in their training with increasing risk of skills fade, as such, they are turning to technology such as LapAR™ to fill the gaps.

Dr Elliot Street, CEO at Inovus Medical commented, “The need to hone skills in a risk-free environment is driving an emergent demand for accessible high fidelity surgical training . To replace the traditional training shortfalls, this training must provide realistic haptic feedback and the ability for connected learning with outcome focussed reporting. The LapAR™ platform provides the solution to these needs and pushes the boundaries for surgical training not just here in the UK but Globally. I am excited to share the impact we have had since the launch of the product.”

Future Surgery, which is going live for 2021, is set to be the biggest gathering of surgical and operating theatre teams with over 100 sector experts - covering all that is new in the field of surgery.

Taking centre stage at this year’s event will be the ‘ABHI Surgical Simulation Theatre of the Future’, which will replicate a fully working operating theatre giving world-class surgeons a platform to demonstrate the latest pioneering surgical techniques. The initiative, which is being launched on the dedicated ABHI Pavilion for the first time, will celebrate collaborations between healthcare providers, clinicians and healthcare technology companies, allowing visitors to watch Britain’s best surgeons in action.

Paul Benton, Managing Director, International, ABHI, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Future of Surgery 2021. The event is dedicated to all that is new in surgery and provides a truly unique platform for experts and innovators in surgery to come together. We are excited to be hosting a dedicated ABHI Pavilion for the first time, giving attendees a chance to see the latest innovations in surgery in action.”

All live simulation sessions throughout the two-day event will be live-streamed through the virtual UK Healthcare Pavilion.

The event’s programme can be found here: https://www.futuresurgeryshow.com/2021-programme

Future Surgery Show will take place at ExCel London from 9-10 November 2021. It welcomes surgeons, anaesthetists and the whole perioperative team with the shared goal of understanding how the future of surgery will be mapped out.

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