Virtual-Reality Simulator System for Double Interventional Cardiac Catheterization Using Fractional-Order Vascular Access Tracker and Haptic Force Producer

Guan Chun Chen, Chia Hung Lin, Chien Ming Li, Kai Sheng Hsieh, Yi Chun Du, Tainsong Chen

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摘要

This study proposes virtual-reality (VR) simulator system for double interventional cardiac catheterization (ICC) using fractional-order vascular access tracker and haptic force producer. An endoscope or a catheter for diagnosis and surgery of cardiovascular disease has been commonly used in minimally invasive surgery. It needs specific skills and experiences for young surgeons or postgraduate year (PGY) students to operate a Berman catheter and a pigtail catheter in the inside of the human body and requires avoiding damaging vessels. To improve the training in inserting catheters, a double-catheter mechanism is designed for the ICC procedures. A fractional-order vascular access tracker is used to trace the senior surgeons' consoled trajectories and transmit the frictional feedback and visual feedback during the insertion of catheters. Based on the clinical feeling through the aortic arch, vein into the ventricle, or tortuous blood vessels, haptic force producer is used to mock the elasticity of the vessel wall using voice coil motors (VCMs). The VR establishment with surgeons' consoled vessel trajectories and hand feeling is achieved, and the experimental results show the effectiveness for the double ICC procedures.

原文English
文章編號697569
期刊Scientific World Journal
2015
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2015 一月 1

指紋

virtual reality
Catheters
Cardiac Catheterization
Virtual reality
Blood Vessels
simulator
vessel
Simulators
trajectory
Surgery
cardiovascular disease
Emotions
Trajectories
arch
elasticity
Feedback
Sensory Feedback
Endoscopy
Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures
student

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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