Desain Stasiun Kerja Perangkat Simulator Pendidikan Medis Berbasis Realitas Buatan pada Operasi Kranioplasti

Sari, Dewa Ayu Indah Wista (2021) Desain Stasiun Kerja Perangkat Simulator Pendidikan Medis Berbasis Realitas Buatan pada Operasi Kranioplasti. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Dunia Pendidikan dokter sejak awal 2020 mendapat gangguan yang diakibatkan oleh Pandemi Coronavirus Desease 2019. PPDS dan Residen Bedah kesulitan dalam melatih kemampuannya. Pelatihan keterampilan bedah sangat penting karena dibutuhkan sebelum benar benar menghadapi pasien operasi. Metode belajar mereka saat ini menggunakan video dan gambar tahapan operasi, sehingga mereka kesulitan dalam membayangkan dan melatih keterampulan tersebut. Sejak tahun 1990, pelatihan medis dengan realitas virtual disadari memiliki potensi besar. Maka, penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menemukan rancangan awal yang mendukung pelatihan tahapan keterampilan operasi berbasis virtual reality dengan pilihan kasus operasi kranioplasti. Kasus operasi kranioplasti dipilih dengan pertimbangan tahapan bedah ini tidak terlalu kompleks serta kepala yang merupakan penyimpanan organ penting yaitu otak. Metode penelitian dimulai dengan melakukan interview dan benchmarking untuk memperoleh informasi awal. Setelah mendapat data tersebut, dilakukan matrix value dan road mapping berdasarkan tingkat VR sehingga diperoleh produk acuan. Selanjutnya studi dan analisis komponen berdasarkan produk acuan yang menghasilkan Design requirement and objective. Konsep desain stasiun kerja ini adalah effortless simulation dengan paduan futuristik dan minimalis. Pada akhir penelitian dihasilkan rancangan ide pelatihan bedah kranioplasti berupa stasiun kerja. ================================================================================================ The world of medical education since the beginning of 2020 has been disturbed by the 2019 Coronavirus Disease Pandemic. PPDS and Surgical Residents have difficulty in training their abilities. Surgical skills training is crucial because it is required to have specific skills before actually dealing with surgery patients. Their current learning method uses videos and pictures of operating stages, so they have difficulty imagining and practicing these skills. Since 1990, virtual reality medical training has been recognized to have great potential. VR in Indonesia in medical training currently trains visual and memory aspects, while surgery requires skills. Thus, this study aims to find an initial design for virtual reality-based surgery skills training for cranioplasty surgery cases. In this research, cranioplasty surgery was chosen, considering that this surgical stage is not too complex besides, the brain is one of the urgent organs for humans. The research method begins with conducting interviews and benchmarking to obtain initial information. After getting the data, a matrix value and roadmapping are carried out. The roadmap contains the VR level so that the reference product is obtained. Furthermore, the study and analysis of components based on the reference product will produce the design requirements and objectives. The design concept of this workstation is an effortless simulation with a blend of futuristic and minimalism. At the end of the study, we will have a completed idea for workstation design for cranioplasty surgery training based on virtual reality.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Realitas Virtual, Kranioplasti, Simulasi, Stasiun Kerja, Virtual Reality, Cranioplasty, Simulation, Workstation
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB2300 Higher Education
R Medicine > RD Surgery
T Technology > T Technology (General) > T57.62 Simulation
T Technology > T Technology (General) > T58.8 Productivity. Efficiency
Divisions: Faculty of Creative Design and Digital Business (CREABIZ) > Product Design > 90231-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Dewa Ayu Indah Wista Sari
Date Deposited: 08 Sep 2021 09:59
Last Modified: 08 Sep 2021 09:59
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/91830

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