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SEAL Lab Acquires First Da Vinci Simulator in North Carolina

Friday, August 31, 2012
By Duke Surgery
Dr. Ranjan Sudan with robotic trainer

WRAL News visited the Surgical Education and Activity Lab (SEAL) to feature the Da Vinci computer simulator, which residents and fellows use for robotic surgical skills training. Dr. Ranjan Sudan, Vice-Chair of Education, and Dr. Brandon Henry, General Surgery Resident, discuss the benefits of practicing on the simulator.

"Surgeons Begin Practice Earlier with Computer Simulator"

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