The virtual dissection table opens up new possibilities for students. It allows them to conduct clinical experiments on virtual cadavers with no cost, and with this cutting-edge technology, traditional group discussions can be taken to a whole new level.
The 84-inch interactive touchscreen table eliminates the complications associated with maintaining donor bodies and chemical-filled labs.
The TBK 84 and TBK 99 series allow life-size viewing of human cadavers.
Asclepius TBK tables have a fully annotated human anatomy and the ability to read the CT/MRI data and convert these to 3D for a better understanding of the human anatomy. The ability to perform all types of dissections virtually allows the student to understand and more easily remember complex body structures. The TBK tables are also a great tool for the professors in the medical universities. Lessons can be recorded and the videos used for group teaching or as reference materials.
The TBK table helps medical institutions to reduce the annual expenditure on real human cadavers. The reusable contents of the TBK table make it much easier for students and professors to perform virtual dissection of the virtual human cadaver unlimited times.
Fully Tech Lab
Detailed human anatomy with sectional information on various body systems
Radiology software helps students and professors understand and practice pre-surgical planning before going in to the real-life surgical situations
Preloaded data with full annotations
Tables can be connected to a Projector for both small and large groups of students
Professors and instructors can prepare their own teaching material to teach the students, highlight or make notes during teaching, make screenshots and save these for later reference.
With a coloring tool, the lecturer can highlight specific body parts during the teaching. For example, if a lecturer wants to teach the external oblique angle, they can select all three regions of the external oblique angle and change them to a different color.
Radiology - the radiology software package is an educational application software system for audio-visual imaging.
Provides image applications in DICOM format with a visual analysis of DICOM data and 2D/3D image conversion for biomedical engineering education, digital medical image viewing and image model simulation analysis
CT, MRI and 2D/3D image conversions into 3D in less than 30 seconds
Simulation of pre-surgical planning for education
Histopathology Atlas system operation interface includes the selection of using the Pathology and Histology menu interfaces
Provides basic operation and uses multiple image features with the image tool, such as image processing, rendering and measurement, drawing tools, including 3D image area split, cutting and application object and image simulator suitable for general use of medical imaging operation
Amplification helps to amplify and enlarge the targeted area to make it more clear and understandable
Pen/marker tool for foot notes on the images and for taking screenshots
An image tool provides the flexibility to adjust the quality of the image on the screen by adjusting the brightness, contrast or sharpness of the image
Equipped with a tool to access the table remotely from any location
Provides the flexibility to professors and instructors to use the Virtual Dissection Table remotely
Fully Annotated Human Anatomy
Life-size male and female human cadaver with full annotations of all parts of a human body
Different planes of view, i.e. coronal, sagittal and transverse, providing the details of all the human body in depth
Content is divided into 11 sections (reproductive system, respiratory system and others)
These sections make it easier for students to remember the pictorial presentation of the sectional human anatomy
Virtual Interactive Dissection
User-friendly virtual dissection tool
One-touch dissection of the virtual human cadaver with full annotation
Virtual dissection replaces traditional university anatomy labs as it can be reused as many times as needed
Animations of the heart with full annotation describing the parts of the heart
Simulation of the heartbeat along with the ability to view the sagittal, coronal and transverse view of the beating heart
3 Axis Display Mode
The possibility of viewing all 3 axis: sagittal, coronal and transverse
With the control bar, professors and instructors have full control over the viewing angle of the human anatomy
Endoscope Teaching Mode
This feature comes with the zoom in-zoom out, illuminating lamp, adjusting the aperture and the movement rate
Quiz / Multiple Choice Exam
More than 12,000 preloaded quizzes covering the medical curriculum
Pre-installed test as learning content assessment for professors
Cloud-based system that allows professors to design their own questionnaire and use them to evaluate students
Note: This product is a virtual electronic anatomy table for education only.