The KITARO WetLab won the Grand Prix Prize at video competition at ESCRS in Paris.
KITARO DryLab is a tool developed for the purpose of learning the basic techniques in phacoemulsification and consists of 14 patented technologies. With KITARO, trainers can teach the basic surgical techniques to beginners and beginners can practice them repeatedly at the desk every day, without complicated preparation and expensive consumable goods like for porcine wet lab.
KITARO DryLab is a tool designed to teach and practice the basic phaco surgery techniques at the desk without using machines, while KITARO WetLab is a tool designed to simulate phacoemulsification using a phaco machine under a microscope in an operation room or wet lab, very similarly on the human eye.
If you already have KITARO DryLab, you just buy the cornea-iris parts and artificial cataract lenses for WetLab and you will be able to use them as KITARO WetLab.
KITARO WetLab is an all-in-one surgical simulator kit having almost everything you need, including the eyeball part generating eyeball movements during instrumentation, mask having eyelids as soft as human ones, mock instruments such as a hook and forceps, irrigation bag (using tap water), and drain system, and requires no complicated preparation.