Meet the new way of medical training
Successfully master new techniques, at your own convenience
The T(ractus) D(igestives) Box (TD-BOX): bringing medical training to the next level.
Whether an experienced gastroenterologist, a medical student or surgical nurse, staying current with rapidly developing medical equipment and techniques is a challenge. For patient safety, it is essential to successfully master new procedures using refined or even familiar equipment before reaching the operating room. Trying to squeeze training into your already overscheduled life is difficult. Our compact training box makes hard- or showcase training easy and flexible. Portable, compatible with all major electrocautery brands and equipped with storage facilities, this made-for-purpose kit perfectly fits the complicated requirements of modern training curriculums.
Polypectomy, endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), and endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) treatments have become increasingly effective and less invasive. Dedicated training is required for these advanced endoscopic techniques.
The TD-Box is designed for all EMR/ESD training configurations (colon/rectum/esophagus/stomach).
The metal plate and plug of the TD-Box are compatible with all popular electrocautery brands, so you can train with the same type of equipment you’ll ultimately use in surgery. The result: a more realistic and valuable training,
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