Surgeons frequently must pivot from looking at a patient’s data on a screen or clipboard to looking at the patient. That’s changing with Medivis’s SurgicalAR platform. Now, a surgeon can wear an AR headset that superimposes data on a patient’s body during an operation, creating a visual guidance system that can assist with complicated procedures like brain-tumor removal, and reduce errors. It’s already in action at hospitals like Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center.
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