The anatomy and surgical skills facility at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine uses the most modern technology to study the most basic of the medical disciplines: human anatomy.
The purpose built centre was completed in 2010 and features cutting edge technology including the most advanced microscopy and surgical equipment. Macquarie provides an ideal environment to teach fundamental and advanced surgical technical skills and procedures in a simulated surgical environment. Trainees and practising surgeons hone their skills before translating them into practice in the operating theatre.
Ten fully equipped workstations with individual HD video monitors and theatre lights
Live video instructors station telecasts close-up views
Sawbones or simulation room
Fully equipped arthroscopy/laparoscopy suites, general surgical instruments to support most procedures
Power equipment (saws, drills)
Latest generation mobile C-arm and translucent tables
Instrument wash and sterilization facility
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