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FundamentalVR surgery

FundamentalVR Tool Combines VR with Haptic Sensors to Make VR Surgery Feel Like Real...

Not too long ago, if you wanted to become a surgeon you had to read a load of books and then one day for the practical test, you had to grab a scalpel and perform operation. But, now one company is using interactive virtual reality platform that lets surgeons and trainees virtually see and feel […]
HoloLens in surgeries

HoloLens Will Help Surgeons in UK Hospital by Providing Important 3D Visualizations During Surgeries

Alder Hey, one of the largest children’s hospitals in the UK, has partnered with Microsoft to use the company’s Mixed Reality headset HoloLens and Surface Hubs in meeting rooms to help doctors work together and improve surgical procedures. Alder Hey Children’s Hospital cares for more than 270,000 kids per year. Read more Microsoft HoloLens 2: […]
Masimo pvi monitoring

Study Investigates the Utility of Masimo PVi Monitoring During Colorectal Surgery

Masimo has announced the findings of a recently published study in patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery. In the study, Dr. Sevim Cesur and colleagues from the Kocaeli University in Turkey used these patients to compare the performance of conventional fluid management (CFM) against goal-directed fluid management (GDFM) using Masimo PVi® (pleth variability index, measured noninvasively […]
Borns ai surgery

Borns, AI-Powered Minimally Invasive Surgery Has Huge Prospects in Healthcare

Borns Medical Robotic Inc., an advanced robotic surgery startup company that mainly focuses on AI medicine, has developed new minimally invasive surgical robot with own intellectual property to meet the surgical requirement in China. Founded by Dr. Yao Li, a scientist at Stanford Robotics Lab., Borns is dedicated to advancing minimally invasive surgical robotics and […]
Somovac 100

Wearable Post-Surgical Vacuum Pump SOMOVAC 100 Gets FDA Clearance

Of the more than 750,000 U.S. surgical patients annually, around20 percent experience complicated seromas requiring painful and costly interventions such as aspirations such as which add more than a $1 billion burden to the U.S. healthcare system. Post-surgical wounds such as following abdominal surgeries and mastectomies, may require manually operated suction drainage to prevent post-operative […]