Richard Satava
Richard Satava
Professor Emeritus of Surgery, University of Washington
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Virtual reality training improves operating room performance: results of a randomized, double-blinded study
NE Seymour, AG Gallagher, SA Roman, MK O’brien, VK Bansal, ...
Annals of surgery 236 (4), 458, 2002
Virtual reality simulation for the operating room: proficiency-based training as a paradigm shift in surgical skills training
AG Gallagher, EM Ritter, H Champion, G Higgins, MP Fried, G Moses, ...
Annals of surgery 241 (2), 364, 2005
Virtual reality surgical simulator
RM Satava
Surgical endoscopy 7 (3), 203-205, 1993
Fundamental principles of validation, and reliability: rigorous science for the assessment of surgical education and training
AG Gallagher, EM Ritter, RM Satava
Surgical endoscopy and other interventional techniques 17 (10), 1525-1529, 2003
Balancing the normal appendectomy rate with the perforated appendicitis rate: implications for quality assurance.
V Velanovich, R Satava
The American surgeon 58 (4), 264-269, 1992
Surgical robotics: the early chronicles: a personal historical perspective
RM Satava
Surgical Laparoscopy Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques 12 (1), 6-16, 2002
Computer-assisted three-dimensional surgical planning and simulation: 3D virtual osteotomy
J Xia, HHS Ip, N Samman, D Wang, CSB Kot, RWK Yeung, H Tideman
International journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery 29 (1), 11-17, 2000
Virtual reality as a metric for the assessment of laparoscopic psychomotor skills
AG Gallagher, RM Satava
Surgical Endoscopy and Other Interventional Techniques 16 (12), 1746-1752, 2002
Emerging technologies for surgery in the 21st century
RM Satava
Archives of Surgery 134 (11), 1197-1202, 1999
Success rate of cervical exploration for hyperparathyroidism
RM Satava, OH Beahrs, DA Scholz
Archives of Surgery 110 (5), 625-628, 1975
Accomplishments and challenges of surgical simulation
RM Satava
Surgical endoscopy 15 (3), 232-241, 2001
Identification and reduction of surgical error using simulation
RM Satava
Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 14 (4-5), 257-261, 2005
Historical review of surgical simulation—a personal perspective
RM Satava
World journal of surgery 32 (2), 141-148, 2008
Surgical education and surgical simulation
RM Satava
World journal of surgery 25 (11), 1484-1489, 2001
Discriminative validity of the Minimally Invasive Surgical Trainer in Virtual Reality (MIST-VR) using criteria levels based on expert performance
AG Gallagher, AB Lederman, K McGlade, RM Satava, CD Smith
Surgical Endoscopy And Other Interventional Techniques 18 (4), 660-665, 2004
Surgical competence and surgical proficiency: definitions, taxonomy, and metrics
RM Satava, AG Gallagher, CA Pellegrini
Journal of the American College of Surgeons 196 (6), 933-937, 2003
Telerobotic assisted laparoscopicsurgery: Initial laboratory and clinical experience
LR Kavoussi, RG Moore, AW Partin, JS Bender, ME Zenilman, RM Satava
Urology 44 (1), 15-19, 1994
Robotic surgery: identifying the learning curve through objective measurement of skill
L Chang, RM Satava, CA Pellegrini, MN Sinanan
Surgical Endoscopy And Other Interventional Techniques 17 (11), 1744-1748, 2003
Medical applications of virtual reality
RM Satava
Journal of Medical Systems 19 (3), 275-280, 1995
Evaluation of structured and quantitative training methods for teaching intracorporeal knot tying
AM Pearson, AG Gallagher, JC Rosser, RM Satava
Surgical Endoscopy and Other Interventional Techniques 16 (1), 130-137, 2002
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