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An evaluation of live porcine simulation training for robotic surgery. / Raison, Nicholas; Poulsen, Johan; Abe, Takashige; Aydin, Abdullatif; Ahmed, Kamran; Dasgupta, Prokar.

In: Journal of robotic surgery, 11.07.2020.

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Raison, N, Poulsen, J, Abe, T, Aydin, A, Ahmed, K & Dasgupta, P 2020, 'An evaluation of live porcine simulation training for robotic surgery', Journal of robotic surgery. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11701-020-01113-3

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Raison, N., Poulsen, J., Abe, T., Aydin, A., Ahmed, K., & Dasgupta, P. (2020). An evaluation of live porcine simulation training for robotic surgery. Journal of robotic surgery. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11701-020-01113-3

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Raison N, Poulsen J, Abe T, Aydin A, Ahmed K, Dasgupta P. An evaluation of live porcine simulation training for robotic surgery. Journal of robotic surgery. 2020 Jul 11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11701-020-01113-3

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Raison, Nicholas ; Poulsen, Johan ; Abe, Takashige ; Aydin, Abdullatif ; Ahmed, Kamran ; Dasgupta, Prokar. / An evaluation of live porcine simulation training for robotic surgery. In: Journal of robotic surgery. 2020.

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