Urological Endoscopy Training Model

The urological endoscopy training model is primarily used for the training of urological endoscopy skills. Specifically, this model can simulate skills training for cystoscopy, ureteroscopy, including cystoscopy (rigid and flexible), retrograde ureteral catheterization, and ureteroscopy (rigid and flexible). These trainings can assist junior trainees in better mastering common instruments and consumables used in urological endoscopy, as well as enhancing their understanding of cystoscopy insertion techniques, retrograde ureteral catheterization principles, and semi-rigid ureteroscopy insertion techniques, among other related knowledge. For senior trainees, model training helps them master techniques such as cystoscopy and ureteroscopy stone fragmentation, the procedural flow of flexible ureteroscopy insertion, and the sequence of renal calyx exploration, thereby improving their proficiency in operations.

Moreover, these models can also be used for urological endoscopy skill training and assessment. Some models exhibit excellent endoscopic simulation performance within the bladder and ureter, and even simulate the entry of flexible ureteroscopes into the renal collecting system, with very realistic constructions of renal pelvis and calyces. These models can simulate the view inside the urethra, including the prostate lobes and verumontanum, as well as the trigone of the bladder and the openings of the two ureters. During training, simulated blood can be applied to obscure the visual field, adding to the realism.

In conclusion, urological endoscopy training models hold significant importance for learning urological endoscopy techniques and are an ideal choice for trainees undergoing urological endoscopy training.