Proceedings of Surgical-assist Systems: 25, 27-28 January 1998, San Jose, California, Volume 3262
Marilyn Sue Bogner
SPIE, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 308 pages
A study of surgical-assist systems. The first part looks at surgical simulators, and covers the technology and applications of surgical simulators and the training of surgeons by simulation. The second part looks at technology and human error in medicine.
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