a

Simionix Acquires Arthroscopy Simulator From GMV

Written by  Laura Dyrda | Thursday, 26 January 2012 10:16
Social sharing
Simionix, a company that provides medical education and simulation training, has purchased ARTHRO VR, a virtual reality arthroscopic training simulator, from Spain-based GMV, according to a company news release.
ARTHRO VR is designed to train physicians with the skills required for arthroscopic surgery and includes a line of simulated procedures. The company combines fiberglass limb replicas with three dimensional images and haptic sensation to replicate the procedures, which are performed using a realistic set of tools.

Related Articles on Orthopedic Devices:

DJO Net Sales Top $1B in 2011 Preliminary Report

Costs Mount for DePuy ASR Hip Recall Program as DePuy Sees US Sales Drop

Pioneer Surgical Opens Expanded North Carolina Manufacturing Facility


© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2011. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies here.

New from Becker's Orthopedic & Spine Review

10 key points from NuVasive's better-than-expected 2Q financial report

Read Now