Spine surgery simulators
The original spine surgery simulator (SSS) developed in 1998 by Creaplast made it possible to consider the training of spine surgeons outside the use of corpses.
The main advantage of the simulator is to be able to reproduce the complete gestures of an intervention on the spine.
The most common pathologies are reconstructed to the most realistic.
The model can be Xray opaque at your request.
It contains a T10/sacrum spine with common and yellow ligaments, nerve roots, spinal cord. Conditions such as: L1 fracture, L3/L4 stenosis, L4/L5 hernia and Spondylolisthesis in L5/Sacrum.
The range comes in cervical version, scoliosis (thoracic, lumbar, thoraco-lumbar)
Lateral lumbar and anterior pathway