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Magdalena Chmarra
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Methods and tools for objective assessment of psychomotor skills in laparoscopic surgery
I Oropesa, P Sánchez-González, P Lamata, MK Chmarra, JB Pagador, ...
Journal of Surgical Research 171 (1), e81-e95, 2011
1652011
Systems for tracking minimally invasive surgical instruments
MK Chmarra, CA Grimbergen, J Dankelman
Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 16 (6), 328-340, 2007
1482007
Objective classification of residents based on their psychomotor laparoscopic skills
MK Chmarra, S Klein, JCF de Winter, FW Jansen, J Dankelman
Surgical endoscopy 24, 1031-1039, 2010
1332010
A study of psychomotor skills in minimally invasive surgery: what differentiates expert and nonexpert performance
EF Hofstad, C Våpenstad, MK Chmarra, T Langø, E Kuhry, R Mårvik
Surgical endoscopy 27, 854-863, 2013
1252013
TrEndo, a device for tracking minimally invasive surgical instruments in training setups
MK Chmarra, NH Bakker, CA Grimbergen, J Dankelman
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 126 (2), 328-334, 2006
1172006
Force feedback and basic laparoscopic skills
MK Chmarra, J Dankelman, JJ van den Dobbelsteen, FW Jansen
Surgical endoscopy 22, 2140-2148, 2008
1062008
EVA: laparoscopic instrument tracking based on endoscopic video analysis for psychomotor skills assessment
I Oropesa, P Sánchez-González, MK Chmarra, P Lamata, A Fernández, ...
Surgical endoscopy 27, 1029-1039, 2013
962013
Perceiving haptic feedback in virtual reality simulators
C Våpenstad, EF Hofstad, T Langø, R Mårvik, MK Chmarra
Surgical endoscopy 27, 2391-2397, 2013
822013
The influence of experience and camera holding on laparoscopic instrument movements measured with the TrEndo tracking system
MK Chmarra, W Kolkman, FW Jansen, CA Grimbergen, J Dankelman
Surgical endoscopy 21, 2069-2075, 2007
752007
Fundamental aspects of learning minimally invasive surgical skills
J Dankelman, MK Chmarra, EGG Verdaasdonk, LPS Stassen, ...
Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 14 (4-5), 247-256, 2005
702005
Relevance of motion-related assessment metrics in laparoscopic surgery
I Oropesa, MK Chmarra, P Sánchez-González, P Lamata, SP Rodrigues, ...
Surgical innovation 20 (3), 299-312, 2013
502013
Multimodal phantom of liver tissue
MK Chmarra, R Hansen, R Mårvik, T Langø
PloS one 8 (5), e64180, 2013
462013
Retracting and seeking movements during laparoscopic goal-oriented movements. Is the shortest path length optimal?
MK Chmarra, FW Jansen, CA Grimbergen, J Dankelman
Surgical endoscopy 22, 943-949, 2008
462008
Intracorporeal suturing: economy of instrument movements using a box trainer model
E Hiemstra, MK Chmarra, J Dankelman, FW Jansen
Journal of minimally invasive gynecology 18 (4), 494-499, 2011
432011
Limitations of haptic feedback devices on construct validity of the LapSim® virtual reality simulator
C Våpenstad, EF Hofstad, LE Bø, MK Chmarra, E Kuhry, G Johnsen, ...
Surgical endoscopy 27, 1386-1396, 2013
382013
Supervised classification of psychomotor competence in minimally invasive surgery based on instruments motion analysis
I Oropesa, P Sánchez-González, MK Chmarra, P Lamata, ...
Surgical endoscopy 28, 657-670, 2014
312014
Virtual reality in laparoscopic skills training: is haptic feedback replaceable?
E Hiemstra, EM Terveer, MK Chmarra, J Dankelman, FW Jansen
Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 20 (3), 179-184, 2011
302011
Self-assessment in laparoscopic surgical skills training: Is it reliable?
S Ganni, MK Chmarra, RHM Goossens, JJ Jakimowicz
Surgical Endoscopy 31, 2451-2456, 2017
292017
Towards adaptable architecture
MK Chmarra, L Arts, T Tomiyama
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2008
292008
A software-based tool for video motion tracking in the surgical skills assessment landscape
S Ganni, SMBI Botden, M Chmarra, RHM Goossens, JJ Jakimowicz
Surgical endoscopy 32, 2994-2999, 2018
262018
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