IHS EndoTrain Pro
Practice, Measure, and Master Endoscopic Skills in a Risk-free, Virtual Environment

IHS EndoTrain Pro

Next generation virtual reality surgical simulator for enhanced endoscopy training

IHS’ EndoTrain Pro is the next generation of surgical simulation with advanced haptics, realistic anatomical modeling, and performance assessment capabilities for endoscopy training.

For learners:
The simulator provides access to a comprehensive library of clinical cases based on real patient data and a step-by-step endoscopic training curriculum, designed with clinicians and educators to ensure proper skills development and real-world clinical exposure.

For clinical instructors:
The simulator offers configurable patient cases and training modules tailored to the educational objectives of the program and guidelines by professional organizations. Meaningfully measure and track the progression of trainees towards competency.

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Training Advantages

Train on anatomically accurate GI organ models and physiologically relevant patient symptoms with lifelike visual, tactile, and audio feedback.

Access an expansive library of basic and upper GI endoscopy training resources and patient cases, developed using real clinical data.


Learn from dynamic guidance and educational cues with the built-in expert instructor system.


Review training performance on metrics such as duration, quality of tasks completed, and skill proficiency compared to that of an expert.


Modify training parameters, metrics, and patient states to suit your program’s educational objectives.

Technical Specifications

Standard Equipment

IHS Simulator Base System cart

IHS training software

2- 27” flat screen monitors with 10.1” touch screen

Keyboard with trackball mouse

Optional Endoscope

Endoscope insertion height range: 850 mm – 1140 mm

Maximum exertable force on the endoscope: 6 N

Maximum exertable force on biopsy push/pull: 2 N

Maximum exertable force on biopsy squeeze: 1.5 N

Endoscope total length: 1500 mm

Endoscope insertion working length: 1050 mm

Endoscope virtual field of view: 140°

Endoscope virtual bending capacity: Up 210° / Down 90°, Right 100° / Left 100°

Endoscope distal end diameter: 13 mm

Endoscope virtual flexible length: 120 mm

Biopsy Channel diameter: 2.8 mm

Force feedback (4 DOF): endoscope tube, biopsy instrument push/pull, biopsy instrument squeeze, endoscope friction


750 mm W x 815 mm D x 1750 mm H


100-240 V, 50-60 Hz

Operating Temperature


Operating Humidity

20 – 80% 

Data and Validation

Pilot testing and validation in progress in China and North America.

Training Modules

IHS’ comprehensive library of patient cases and clinical tasks is developed closely with leading gastroenterologists and medical education experts to ensure the proper skills and learning progression towards competency requirements are attained.

Basic Endoscopy Skills

Develop fundamental endoscopy skills, including scope maneuvering and targeting, air/water insufflation and suction, and picture capture, in this introductory training module. Master steering and operation of flexible endoscope functions through step-by-step tasks in a variety of patient cases.

Scope Skills:

  • Scope manipulation and torque control
  • Air/water insufflation and suction
  • Camera manipulation and photo capture

Diagnostic Upper GI Endoscopy

Examine the upper GI tract from the mouth to the duodenum. Practice intubating the esophagus, steering through the pyloric passage, and retroflexion of the flexible endoscope while identifying and sampling lesions, polyps, and other pathologies. Toggle on real-time scope path guidance and camera operation aids for instructive training.

Scope Skills:

  • Esophageal intubation
  • Pyloric passage
  • Retroflexion in gastric fundus
  • Air/water insufflation and suction
  • Camera manipulation and capture


  • Mucosal biopsy sampling (single- and double-bite biopsy forceps, polypectomy snare excision)
  • Anatomical landmarking
  • Completion of diagnostic reports