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January 3, 2019

Time Magazine Names Fundamental VR Among Top 50 Inventions of 2018

Jamie Ducharme recently shared about FundamentalVR on TIME Magazine’s Top 50 inventions of 2018 — highlighting healthcare simulation to the world! For far less than traditional systems, FundamentalVR brings together haptic feedback and VR medical simulated realities in surgical settings to provide top notch realism and training opportunities. Fundamental Surgery is a software simulation system that [...]

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June 1, 2018

Medability Offers High-End Surgical Simulators For Next Gen Training

At IMSH 2018 HealthySim was on hand to learn more from the team at Medability, who showcased multiple products in the category of surgical simulation. We spoke with Dr. Patrick Wucherer about Medability’s SimBone and DuO systems — which provided impressive haptic feedback to provide increased realism for learners. Dr. Wucherer suggested these programs with [...]

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January 25, 2018

Touch Surgery Provides Interactive Surgical Simulator App for Quick OR Training

Providing more than 100 public procedures from 14 different specialities with the free download of their app, Touch Surgery has been downloaded more than 1 million medical professionals worldwide. Think “practice OR in your pocket”, by tracking your progress over time for the specialities you are more interested in. Users can quickly learn surgery, instantly test [...]

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December 28, 2017

Stanford Medical Center Uses Virtual Reality to Prepare Docs for Surgeries

VOA News recently shared how doctors at Stanford Medical Center used Virtual Reality to help prepare for a delicate surgery.

Steinberg decided to use virtual reality technology to improve and explain the surgical operation. To do this, medical experts needed to take three dimensional (3D) images of Luna’s brain. A dye, or colored fluid, was injected into her bloodstream. [...]

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