8 Questions for Medical Device Leaders – 2020 and beyond

1. How frequently are you giving surgeons hands-on practice with your medical device?  Dr. Cardiologist says; “I really need to sample or trial a product first, ideally in a realistic environment before I commit. I want to use it, feel it, and get comfortable with it. It’s important for me to try a product and […]

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Thoracic Cavity Model

A hands-on surgical experience. Specifically designed for your medical device & procedure. Engage surgeons in clinical conversations while they practice. Easy set up & refresh gives every participant a fresh shot. Created for portability with no restrictions for use anywhere around the globe.

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Boost clinical skills before they go into the OR

“Just so you know, we have moved to complete model simulation training at surgeon’s hospitals the day before first cases and it has decreased the learning curve and improved the first day of cases dramatically.”  

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Golden Kidney Award

Christian R. of #BostonScientific is awarded the PulseMDM #GoldenKidney as honorary model maker for his extraordinary efforts in creating exceptional hands-on experiences for surgeons. 

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Find the urology models!

“An unforgettable hands-on experience for surgeons.”   Custom medical demonstration anatomy models are at exhibits at this year’s AUA meeting & congress in Chicago. See if you can find and try each one. #aua2019 #urology #medicaldevice #medicaldeviceexhibits #medicaldevicemarketing #chicago #anatomymodels #customanatomymodels #surgeontraining

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Out demonstrate the Medical Device competition

We want to know: How frequently are you giving surgeons hands-on practice?  During a lab, how many participants get to try your device?  Does the lab specimen always offer the tissue qualities you would expect in a live patient?  Is your anatomy target destroyed after one or two procedures?  Can you offer physicians a physical […]

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