In these YouTube videos, you will learn a little more about what the Medical Sales College is all about. Sawbone labs give students an opportunity to work with the implants that they will be selling, simulating a real surgical procedure from beginning to end. Students also complete diagnostic imaging and templating exercises, where they learn how to identify disorders and determine the appropriate size for implants based on a patient’s biology. Finally, continual practice through role-playing and presentations allows students to develop confidence in their ability to convey complex information to their surgeon customers.
This video shows students of the Medical Sales College as they complete a sawbones lab. In this comprehensive lab, students demonstrate how a total hip reconstruction (or arthroplasy) would be conducted from beginning to end.
This video of Medical Sales College students shows how a medical device sales rep would template images to determine the appropriate acetabular cup size used in a total hip arthroplasty (i.e. reconstruction).
This video demonstrates the world-class training facilities at the Medical Sales College, located outside of Denver, Colorado.
Role-playing is an integral part of the educational process at the Medical Sales College. In this video, a student demonstrates a long call role-play for a spinal product used in ACDF procedures.
As one step of a total hip reconstruction, a surgeon must begin by reaming the femur to create space in the canal for the surgical implant. This video shows students of the Medical Sales College as they participate in a sawbones lab.
A Medical Sales College student provides an example of how a medical device sales rep would template for a total hip reconstruction.
As a medical device sales representative, you will be responsible for understanding the surgical procedures you are involved in. This Medical Sales College student demonstrates his knowledge of the anatomy, surgical technique, and objectives of total hip arthroplasty.
Hip stem broaching is a process whereby an orthopaedic surgeon would shape the canal for the appropriate size stem, matching the stem to the patient’s anatomy. This video demonstrates Medical Sales College students participating in a sawbones lab for a total hip arthroplasty.
One of the first steps in a total hip reconstruction case is for a surgeon to perform the femoral neck resection. The femoral head will then be substituted with an implantable device. These Medical Sales College students are gaining valuable instruction in the surgical techniques used in actual operating room procedures.