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courses:446:2014:446-2014-03:energy-cutting_training_model_for_robotic_blood_vessel_dissection [2014/04/16 01:33]
schowdh8@johnshopkins.edu [Technical Approach]
courses:446:2014:446-2014-03:energy-cutting_training_model_for_robotic_blood_vessel_dissection [2014/05/14 20:35]
schowdh8@johnshopkins.edu [Reports and presentations]
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 ======Energy-cutting Training Model for Robotic Blood Vessel Dissection====== ======Energy-cutting Training Model for Robotic Blood Vessel Dissection======
-**Last updated: ​4/16/14 1:19am**+**Last updated: ​5/9/14 9:44pm**
  
 ======Summary====== ======Summary======
-Enter short narrative description here+This project surrounds the topic of implementing ​blood vessel and tissue dissection simulation as well as a model for robotic surgery training. Further sub-topic will include the study of blood vessel histology as well as exploring and experimenting with synthetic biomaterial replication of human tissue and vasculature. Additionally,​ this project will incorporate and require a development of a basic understanding of energy-cutting electrosurgery and electrocoagulation. The goal of this project is to create an inanimate surgical training model for both sharp and blunt tissue dissection as well as blood vessel energy-cutting that is ultimately cheap, effective, potentially reusable, and long-lasting. ​ User feedback from currently practicing surgeons through the Minimally Invasive Surgical Training and Innovation Center (MISTIC) will be incorporated to further develop a comprehensive dissection and energy-cutting model for future robotic surgery training. ​
  
   * **Students:​** Shayer Chowdhury   * **Students:​** Shayer Chowdhury
-  * **Mentor(s):​** Dr. Gyusung Lee (glee49@jhmi.edu),​ Dr. Mija Lee (mlee204@jhmi.edu)+  * **Mentor(s):​** Dr. Gyusung Lee (glee59@jhmi.edu)
 ======Background,​ Specific Aims, and Significance====== ======Background,​ Specific Aims, and Significance======
   * Robotic surgeons have expressed a desire to spend more time on blood vessel dissection preparation   * Robotic surgeons have expressed a desire to spend more time on blood vessel dissection preparation
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   * **Minimum:​** Expected date: March 20th   * **Minimum:​** Expected date: March 20th
     - Blunt/sharp dissection model prototype     - Blunt/sharp dissection model prototype
 +    - Below is a picture of the current blunt/sharp model prototype
 +    - Involves cotton stuffing to simulate the elasticity of tissue and rubber bands to simulate blood vessels
 +    - Cheap and reusable; currently receiving feedback from surgeons and further evaluation and searching for more effective materials
  
-  ​* **Expected:​** Expected date: April 1st+{{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​photo_1.jpg?​nolink&​300|}} 
 + 
 +  ​* **Expected:​** Expected date: <del>April 1st</​del>​ April 21st
     - Modified and improved blunt/sharp dissection model with user feedback and experimentation with other materials     - Modified and improved blunt/sharp dissection model with user feedback and experimentation with other materials
     - Electrocoagulation model prototype     - Electrocoagulation model prototype
 +    - Modified expected date
 +    - Below is a picture of the current electrosurgery model prototype
 +    - Involves silicone rubber tubing embedded in gelatine from porcine skin ordered from Sigma-Aldrich
 +    - Currently in evaluation and feedback and searching for more effective additions
 +
 +{{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​photo_4.jpg?​nolink&​300|}}
  
-  * **Maximum:​** Expected date: May 4th+  * **Maximum:​** Expected date: May 7th
     - Completed blunt/sharp dissection and electrocoagulation models     - Completed blunt/sharp dissection and electrocoagulation models
     - Integration into future standard robotic surgery training practicums     - Integration into future standard robotic surgery training practicums
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 ======Dependencies====== ======Dependencies======
 - Access to mentors - Access to mentors
-   * Weekly meetings with Dr. Gyusung Lee and/or Dr. Mija Lee+   * Weekly meetings with Dr. Gyusung Lee 
 +   * Status: Achieved - Weekly meetings on Friday
 - Access to lab space to create phantom media - Access to lab space to create phantom media
    * Available lab space at MISTIC at the JHMI (12th floor of Blalock)    * Available lab space at MISTIC at the JHMI (12th floor of Blalock)
    * MISTIC will also be used as headquarters and main address for delivery of materials    * MISTIC will also be used as headquarters and main address for delivery of materials
 +   * Status: Achieved
 - Cost to afford material - Cost to afford material
    * Material will be fairly inexpensive,​ since cheap and efficient is our goal anyways    * Material will be fairly inexpensive,​ since cheap and efficient is our goal anyways
    * Dr. Lee is in the process of obtaining a small grant to fund the project    * Dr. Lee is in the process of obtaining a small grant to fund the project
    * Attempt to use recyclable lab material    * Attempt to use recyclable lab material
 +   * Status: Achieved - I will buy materials and Dr. Lee will reimburse me
 - Access to relevant literature - Access to relevant literature
    * Articles available online and at the MSE Library    * Articles available online and at the MSE Library
 +   * Status: Achieved
 - Access to surgeons who are willing to practice on and evaluate the effectiveness of the model prototypes - Access to surgeons who are willing to practice on and evaluate the effectiveness of the model prototypes
    * Dr. Lee will arrange and work with surgeons at MISTIC who will participate in testing out prototypes and commenting on shortcomings and successes    * Dr. Lee will arrange and work with surgeons at MISTIC who will participate in testing out prototypes and commenting on shortcomings and successes
 +   * Status: Achieved - Still have limited access depending on surgeons'​ schedules, so modifying expected dates accordingly.
 ======Milestones and Status ====== ======Milestones and Status ======
   - Milestone date:  March 7th   - Milestone date:  March 7th
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   - Milestone date:  March 20th   - Milestone date:  March 20th
     * Creation of first blunt/sharp dissection model prototype     * Creation of first blunt/sharp dissection model prototype
-    * Status: ​xxx +    * Status: ​Achieved 
-  - Milestone date:  April 1st+  - Milestone date:  ​<del>April 1st</​del>​ April 21st
     * Obtain user feedback from surgeons on blunt/sharp model     * Obtain user feedback from surgeons on blunt/sharp model
     * Creation of first electrocoagulation dissection model prototype     * Creation of first electrocoagulation dissection model prototype
-    * Status: ​xxx +    * Status: ​Achieved 
-  - Milestone name:  April 15th+  - Milestone name:  ​<del>April 15th</​del>​ May 1st
     * Continue modifying blunt/sharp dissection model     * Continue modifying blunt/sharp dissection model
-    * Obtain user feedback from surgeons on electrocoagulation ​modeln ​model +    * Obtain user feedback from surgeons on electrocoagulation model 
-    * Status: ​xxx+    * Status: ​Achieved
   - Milestone name:  May 4th   - Milestone name:  May 4th
     * Continued modification and optimization of models     * Continued modification and optimization of models
-    * Status: ​xxx+    * Status: ​Achieved
   - Milestone name:  May 9th   - Milestone name:  May 9th
     * Poster presentation and final report     * Poster presentation and final report
-    * Status: ​xxx+    * Status: ​Achieved
 ======Reports and presentations====== ======Reports and presentations======
  
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     * See Bibliography below for links.     * See Bibliography below for links.
   * Project Checkpoint   * Project Checkpoint
-    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-X:checkpoint_presetation.pdfProject checkpoint presentation}}+    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:cis2_checkpoint_presentation.pptx|}}
   * Paper Seminar Presentations   * Paper Seminar Presentations
     * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​article_review.docx|}}     * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​article_review.docx|}}
   * Project Final Presentation   * Project Final Presentation
-    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-X:final_poster_pdf.pdf|PDF of Poster}}+    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:project_3_poster_-_shayer_chowdhury.ppt|}}
   * Project Final Report   * Project Final Report
-    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-X:final_report.pdf|Final Report}} +    * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:final_report_-_shayer_chowdhury_-_project_3.docx|}}
-    * links to any appendices or other material+
   * Lab Safety Certificate   * Lab Safety Certificate
     * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​schowdh8_labcertificate.pdf|}}     * {{:​courses:​446:​2014:​446-2014-03:​schowdh8_labcertificate.pdf|}}
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