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A User Centred Approach to Eliciting and Representing Experience in Surgical Instrument Development

By J. Restrepo, T. A. Nielsen, S. M. Pedersen and Timothy Charles McAloone

Abstract

Requirements elicitation for surgical equipment development is a challenging task. On the one hand, designers need to acquire a significant amount of domain and procedural knowledge to understand and discuss surgical tasks, which is difficult and resource intensive. On the other hand, there are restrictions to surgeons observation related to ethics, regulations and availability. This paper proposes a framework for the elicitation, representation and communication of surgeons’ experience and their translation into requirements and concepts for new surgical instrument development. The framework is showcased by the development of an improved surgical instrument for laparoscopic surgery.Organised by: Cranfield UniversityMori Seiki – The Machine Tool Compan

Topics: User Experience, User Centred Design, Surgical Task Analysis, Requirements Engineering
Publisher: Cranfield University Press
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk:1826/3652
Provided by: Cranfield CERES

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