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Male catheter insertion simulation using a low-fidelity 3D-printed model in undergraduate medical learners
Dalhousie Medical Journal
Urinary catheter insertion is one of the most widely performed procedures in a clinical setting. Inexperienced cath- eterizations constitute a high percentage of urethral trauma in hospital settings, with as high as 75% of comorbidities related to inaccurate insertion. Simulation training can help learners feel more confident, shorten the learning curve, and provide a safe learning environment for novices to make, and learn from, mistakes. Three dimensional (3D)- printed simulation models aredoi:10.15273/dmj.vol45no2.8998 fatcat:fwpneuajqnhrdp5gcp2ua3d4be