BioTras donated two AsTris simulators to Brigham Women’s/Harvard IMP Fellowship. Dr. Ehren Nelson and Dr. Danielle Sarno have implemented the medical training device into the Harvard IPM Simuation program.
There have been two abstracts published by Dr. Nelson and Dr. Sarno using the simulator to demonstrate a reduction in radiation exposure and improvement in needle placement with fellows. For more information on the Brigham Women’s/Harvard program click here.
Dr. Neel Mehta is also developing an IPM simulator program for Weill Cornell Interventional Pain Management fellowship.
Please contact us, if you are interested in purchasing or leasing our cadaver procedure simulator for your fellowship program
Brigham Women’s & Harvard Simulated Fellowship Lab
AsTris 2.0 was recently invited to be a part of an
interventional pain management workshop held by the world-class Miami Anatomical Research Center. Thank you to all the physicians who worked with our revolutionary spinal injection training simulator. For more information about M.A.R.C click here.