Simulation training allows surgeons to refine skills in a procedure without putting patients at risk.
A complicated injury—surgery inevitable. Every patient relies on the training of the medical team in the operating room. But how sure can the patient be that the surgeon has experience and the necessary competence? Studies show that young trauma surgeons are allowed to operate immediately after completing their training, but have not necessarily practiced as often as mandatorily required. Training doctors could take place without putting the patients in any danger, on realistic preparations in training centers.