Resection-Trainer LS10 3.0
for TUR-P, BT and HoLEP

The resection trainer LS10 series are suitable to learn and train all common resection methods.

  • bipolar electroresection
  • laser vaporization
  • HoLEP

The concept of the Resection Trainer pursues four goals:

  • Learn the instrument operation and evaluation / assessment of the field of view
  • Learn and train the treatment methodik
  • Learning and optimizing the method-dependent instrument flushing
  • Learn and train special anatomy-related resection techniques
Substrat LS10
Resektionstrainer LS10 3.0

The resection trainer can be used in conjunction with all resectoscopes. A special feature are the training substrates offered by Samed GmbH. The storable training substrates ensure a practical resection with only slight differences to resection in the patient.

Application example of the Resection Trainer

VPresentation of the Samed Training Device for the Realistic Tutorial of a Resection of Prostate Adenoma Tissue (TUR-P)

or bladder carcinomas (TUR-BT).

Diagnostic and biopsy

Experience Statement Dr. med. Rassler,
Elisabeth Hospital Leipzig, Germany

This is what users say about our product

„Samed prostate resection and bladder tumour resection models are very realistic. In addition, real instruments can be used to simulated resection. I am very impressed with the bladder tumour model. Majority of participants at the Urology Simulation Boot Camp delivered in Leeds found it valuable for training.“

Shekhar Biyani – Consultant Urologist & Hon Senior Lecturer, Department of Urology, St. James’s University Hospital Leeds

„Samed has made a real progress in the design of trainer models for a transurethral resections . The bladder tumour model appears as realistically as possible in a form of 9 solid looking bladder tumours . Their appearance with fine surface blood vessels resembles solid tumours very closely to the real ones . Trainees found resecting lesions very natural and almost like in a real life theatre setting. The bladder chippings cut easily like solid bladder lesions, indeed.“

Karol Rogawski, FRCS Urol, FCS(SA) Urol – Consultant Urological Suregon