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- To evaluate the visual overload in surgeons usign 3D laparoscopic technique.
3 Dimensional (3D) Camera system is a new techinque introduced into laparoscopic surgery field, adding the depth perception. Even if in the first 2000' the old 3D camera had negative results in terms of quality of immages, thanks to technological progress the new 3D systems have reached high quality.
This new techology has been widley tested in pelvic treiner, not yet in live surgery. Moreover effects on surgeons visual work load are unknown.
AIMS Aim of the present study is to evaluate the potential superiority of 3D laparoscopic technique on 2D one in terms on postoperative complications and oncological radicality (in case of neoplastic disease).
Secondary aim is to study the possible major visual stress on surgeons brain caused by 3D camera rather than 2D videos.
ENROLLMENT All patients affectted by neoplastic or inflammatory colorectal disease are enrolled in the study.
Preoperative, intraoperative e postoperative data are collected dividing all the patients according the camera system used during the operation: 2D group vs 3D group.
Preoperative data: sex, age, date of birth, id, date of admission, past medical history Intraoperative data: date of surgery, pathology, site of pathology, type of surgery and duration, intraoperative blood loss, other intraoperative problems, loop ileostomy, colostomy, drain positioning, ITU admission Postoperative data (at 30th postoperative day): complications according to Dindo-Clavien scale, type of complications, trasfusion, reoperation, other treatments, hystology specimen report.
At the end of every operation, the 1st surgeon has to fill in the NASA task load index and the Simulator Sickness questionnaire.
Number of partecipants: 350 Years necessary: 2
Time Perspective: Prospective
Hospital "Dott. Pederzoli"
Peschiera del Garda
Casa di Cura Dott. Pederzoli
Published on BioPortfolio: 2016-07-25T02:43:19-0400
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