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Institutional Package

Institutional purchasers benefit from our bespoke subscription service maximising flexibility in user numbers, a dedicated institutional group dashboard for assessor overview of performance, and more!

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eoSurgical is a very exciting company, and the University are very proud of their achievements. Their innovative products to help surgeons develop operative skills hold great potential to make surgery safer throughout the world

Professor Sir Timothy O'Shea Principal & Vice-Chancellor, University of Edinburgh

eoSurgical: The Safer Surgery Community

We are an innovative company specialising in surgical education and technology. Created by surgeons, for surgeons, we are driven by a desire to improve surgical skills training globally. Our unique, world-leading simulation software – SurgTrac – is used in over 60 countries around the world, complemented by our very own portable ‘take-home’ simulation hardware.

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SurgTrac is now FLS compatible

World-leading tracking software meets well established web-based education in minimally invasive surgery

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