VR drug discovery makes precision therapy a reality | School of Pharmacy

In this article, author explains how pediatric oncologist Beth Apsel Winger and her colleagues from UCSF School of Pharmacy have used VR to design a new drugs for a particular patient. They have developed a special version of the well known visualisation software Chimera called “ChimeraX”. This application allows people to see mutated protein’s shape and to choice best adapted drugs. Meetings in the Jacobson Lab are different now. Instead of preparing lengthy PowerPoint presentations…

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CSU Has Deployed a 100 Headset VR Lab for Biomedical Education

The Immersive Reality Training Lab of the Colorado State University is complet with an hundred VR headset and several applications to study anatomy and medical imaging processes. According to Jordan Nelson (one of the lab’s operators) ”  the lab is designed to complement, not replace, existing teaching methods “the lab is designed to complement, not replace, existing teaching methods” Colorado State University has deployed a new VR lab; designed to accommodate up to 100 students simultaneously,…

"CSU Has Deployed a 100 Headset VR Lab for Biomedical Education"

Med School without Cadavers?

Cadaverless anatomy education is it possible today, and is it appropriate for a good training? In this article science journalist Bahar Gholipour explains advantages and drawbacks of the VR anatomy. Anatomy education has been resistant to change for so long that Young and others see what is happening now as a sign of a possible historic transition. “We’re at the beginning of a paradigm shift, no question about that,” Young says. “That shift is going…

"Med School without Cadavers?"

The emerging world of digital therapeutics

In this article, we discover several examples of “digital therapeutics”. Even if this new kind of drugs is not so new, first were used 10 years ago, we have seen a lot of new solutions in the previous 2 or 3 years. More and more clinical trials are ongoing and most of the biggest pharmaceuticals industries work on it. Authors describe the history of this domain and explain in particular links with more classical drugs…

"The emerging world of digital therapeutics"

Le big bang des nouvelles technologies chez les étudiants en médecine

Les études se multiplient pour montrer l’intérêt de l”utilisation des technologies immersives dans la formation en santé. Non seulement les notions apprises restent en tête plus longtemps mais elles peuvent être renforcées en toute autonomie par l’étudiant. Cette révolution de la formation est aussi une révolution de la pédagogie. Les organisme de formation et les formateurs doivent revoir leurs méthodes en profondeur. En août dernier, une étude pilotée par l’école de médecine de l’université de…

"Le big bang des nouvelles technologies chez les étudiants en médecine"

College of Medicine developing virtual reality training simulation

The Ohio State College of Medicine made a VR simulation to train medical students (and professionals) in a mass-casualty events context. The program has been grant by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for more than 1,8 millions dollars. The new VR simulation — led by Danforth and his co-principal investigator Nicholas Kman, an emergency medicine physician at the medical center — will show trainees ranging from medical students to EMTs a subway bombing scene…

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Sauver plus de vies grâce à la réalité virtuelle à la Croix Rouge Française

Dans le cadre de son opération l’Eté qui sauve, la Croix Rouge Française a testé utilisation de la réalité virtuelle pour l’enseignement des premiers secours. Les retours utilisateurs ont été très positifs ce qui encourage la Croix Rouge Française a construire sa propre expérience pour 2020. Alors que 50 % de notre panel de 200 testeurs n’avait encore jamais fait de réalité virtuelle, 90 % d’entre eux ont déclaré que l’expérience proposée leur avait donné…

"Sauver plus de vies grâce à la réalité virtuelle à la Croix Rouge Française"

Augmented reality : A new frontier in hospital design

For hospitals, like for many other building, augmented reality is a great help to easy the conception step with true users. Architects use it to show how the building will be and to collect users’ opinion. In this article authors gives many illustration of AR and VR uses in this view. Even the most experienced clinical planners, people who have dedicated 30+ years to the design of healthcare facilities, cannot provide all the answers. Only…

"Augmented reality : A new frontier in hospital design"

Virtual Reality Check: Statistical Power, Reported Results, and the Validity of Research on the Psychology of Virtual Reality and Immersive Environments

In this article authors perform a meta-analyse over more than a thousand statistical tests related to uses of VR in psychology. The study is mainly focused on statistical consistency and explore main errors seen in scientific papers. They also talk about “usual” bias in selected samples. The conclusions may seem harsh to you but it give good ways for future research 🙂 Virtual reality (VR) is a popular subject of scientific study across a variety…

"Virtual Reality Check: Statistical Power, Reported Results, and the Validity of Research on the Psychology of Virtual Reality and Immersive Environments"

Johnson & Johnson wants to bring VR to doctors-in-training worldwide

In her presentation at the last Oculus Connect 6 event, Sandra Humbles explained how the Johnson & Johnson Institute want to increase the use ofOculus Quest in surgery training. In partnership with Osso VR, they have shown the efficiency of virtual training for new surgeons, just one year after the launch of their “global virtual reality training program for surgeons and nurses”. Sandra Humbles, the vice president of global education solutions at the Johnson &…

"Johnson & Johnson wants to bring VR to doctors-in-training worldwide"

Un tapis de course en RV pour le centre de revalidation de l’UZ Gent

Le centre de revalidation de l’UZ Gent complète son “Smart Space” avec un système de marche incluant un écran immersif pour aider les utilisateurs à entrer dans un monde les encourageant à se déplacer. Plusieurs études ont montré que cette équipement et la motivation qu’il induit, entraine une améliorations des conditions physiques des patients. “Nous pouvons ainsi exposer le patient à des environnements virtuels aussi imprévisibles que ceux de la vie réelle, mais dans l’environnement…

"Un tapis de course en RV pour le centre de revalidation de l’UZ Gent"

Augmented reality prototype software for drug molecules developed

Is it efficient to design drugs and to manipulate molecules “with hands”? A team from company Sygnature have done many tests and they have found this method useful for collaborative work. They used Hololens and 3D rendering software to help biochemists to see shapes and structures interactions. Company now works to integrates all functionalities in a easy-to-use software. “It’s good for immersing yourself in a completely different world, but you’re there by yourself,’ says Dr…

"Augmented reality prototype software for drug molecules developed"

George Washington University Hospital doctors among first to use virtual reality tech for surgeries

At George Washington University Hospital, surgeons use augmented reality tools to prepare surgical operations. With pictures from CT scan for example, they look directly “on the patient” to prepare as accurately as possible future gestures. As explained, this is a great tool to save time before a operation. Rather than just relying on 2D imaging, surgeons can take a CT scan and create a 360-degree virtual reality platform with it, Dr. Keith Mortman, a thoracic…

"George Washington University Hospital doctors among first to use virtual reality tech for surgeries"

New Study: VR Changes Mood Before Blood Donations

In this article, a study about the impact of VR use on 33 blood donors at the American Red Cross is presented. With only a simple software and a 4 minutes experience with a Oculus Go, authors showed a clear decrease of “needle fear”. The impact on negative feeling is even more impressive on younger people. This study demonstrated that an inexpensive and brief VR intervention can have a significant positive impact on mood just…

"New Study: VR Changes Mood Before Blood Donations"

Virtual reality, augmented reality can improve surgeons’ training

In this article Justin Barad (CEO of Osso VR) summarizes benefits of AR and VR in the surgeon’s training. He lists, of course, many useful (and up-to-date) examples but you can find also inside the text an interesting reflexion about the future of these technologies. As author explains, immersive technologies in healthcare are more en more complex and it will become a real challenge to explain to surgeons how to use it in the close…

"Virtual reality, augmented reality can improve surgeons’ training"

Mount Sinai HELPS Center Study Finds Virtual Reality ACLS Simulation Training Effective for Assessing ACLS Competency

In this study conducted at Mount Sinai HELPS Center, authors compare VR and mannequin-based simulations for ACLS (Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support) training. They show that users measured skills in VR is closely correlated with those in classical method (with the mannequin). Even if VR can’t replace the old method, it will be very efficient to be used for individualized training, more often and for a lower cost. The study found that VR simulation was predictive…

"Mount Sinai HELPS Center Study Finds Virtual Reality ACLS Simulation Training Effective for Assessing ACLS Competency"

Augmented reality glasses may help people with low vision better navigate their environment

A research team of USC (University of Southern California) have made a system to help people with low vision to better see obstacles. The principle is quite simple : object around the user is scanned and overlapped with distinct colors through Hololens glasses. Results are very impressive despite severe limitations due to hardware. In a new study of patients with retinitis pigmentosa, an inherited degenerative eye disease that results in poor vision, Keck School of…

"Augmented reality glasses may help people with low vision better navigate their environment"

VR in the Classroom: The Future of Immersive Education with AR/VR

Even if this article is not really related to healthcare sector, it presents the use of VR (and AR) for education and how to use it effectively in a classroom. Immersive technologies have a ability to help students to be concentrated on their tasks. It’s useful for young people and it’s even more useful for people with autistic syndromes, who struggle with soft skills. It’s a new example of amazing possibilities of VR in these…

"VR in the Classroom: The Future of Immersive Education with AR/VR"

Virtual Reality for drug discovery is for real!

As virtual reality technologies becomes more and more accessible, R&D team in biotech try different approaches to use it in they every-day work. In this article, authors explain how it can be used to see (and even to feel!) complex molecular 3D geometry. The exemple of the exploration of this field by Novartis with the start-up Nanome illustrates what could be drug discovery tomorrow. Using the collaborative VR platform developed by four-year-old Nanome, scientists can…

"Virtual Reality for drug discovery is for real!"

HRV Simulation combine casque de réalité virtuelle et retour haptique pour mieux former les dentistes

Les simulateurs de l’entreprise sont utilisés aujourd’hui dans 11 pays et dans 25 universités. Avec le financement du programme Epic MegaGrants d’Epic Games, (Unreal Engine) la société va améliorer son produit et passer à l’utilisation de casques de réalité virtuelle pour renforcer l’immersion. “A terme, l’utilisation des casques pourraient nous permettre de diminuer par deux le coût des simulateurs,” poursuit James Markey. Ces derniers coûtent aujourd’hui dans les 50 000 euros, la majorité du coût…

"HRV Simulation combine casque de réalité virtuelle et retour haptique pour mieux former les dentistes"

The Living Heart: FDA renews contract with Dassault to evaluate 3D simulation, virtual patients

The Living Heart Project of Dassault Systèmes allows virtual experiments on medical devices and even drugs since last year. There are now 130 partners in this project and the collaboration with the FDA could increase this number. The next step for Dassault Systèmes is to plan medical trials with virtual patients. With the demonstration of efficiency of this process, future medical trails could be very different from today and much more accurate. Dassault Systèmes today…

"The Living Heart: FDA renews contract with Dassault to evaluate 3D simulation, virtual patients"

Virtual reality helps U of A students battle exam anxiety

At the University of Alberta, occupational therapy students can use virtual reality to practice before their clinical exams. According to teachers, it allows to decrease anxiety and help them to get better results. Now with the virtual reality program, students can experience the entire process — from opening the room door to diagnosing a patient — without leaving the lab. Instead of traditional actors playing standardized patients, the virtual program has multiple virtual patients, modeled…

"Virtual reality helps U of A students battle exam anxiety"

Un ours en peluche robotisé pour le suivi des enfants hospitalisés

Dans cet article vous trouverez un court résumé des résultats obtenus par plusieurs équipes de recherche dans l’utilisation de peluches “intelligentes” auprès d’enfants hospitalisés. Les réponses des peluches étant liées à l’enfant, ce dernier y est plus réceptif. Cela donne des idées intéressantes de développement comme l’utilisation des peluches pour aider à l’observance des traitements. L’étude a principalement démontré la faisabilité d’intégrer “Huggable” dans les services hospitaliers. Mais les résultats ont surtout montré que les…

"Un ours en peluche robotisé pour le suivi des enfants hospitalisés"

How smart glasses will transform surgery

In this short video, we will see how AR glasses is used by a team of Munich’s Technical University in surgery. Researchers at Munich’s Technical University are developing smart surgical glasses for operating theaters. Allowing for a 3D visual representation of the patient, Augmented Reality is set to revolutionize surgery. Source: How smart glasses will transform surgery | Tomorrow Today – The Science Magazine | DW | 27.07.2019

"How smart glasses will transform surgery"

Enabling health care with artificial intelligence in Australia

In this short article from Dhannu Daniel, managing director at Accenture, you will discover that “93% of health executives have AI projects on their agenda” in Australia! The author explains four big areas where these technologies could be useful, mainly by augmenting people possibilities. A healthcare executive survey showed that an impressive 72% of Australian healthcare leaders are either piloting or planning AI adoption.1 Furthermore, 93% of health executives have AI projects on their agenda,…

"Enabling health care with artificial intelligence in Australia"

Effectiveness of the HoloLens mixed-reality headset in minimally invasive surgery: a simulation-based feasibility study

In this article, authors show that the use of Hololens AR helmet improves endoscopic surgery. With a test panel of 72 people from novice to expert level, this study shows a better efficiency than with conventional screens, especially for less skilled people. This study demonstrates that the device facilitated improved outcomes of performance in novices and was widely accepted as a surgical visual aid by all groups. The HoloLens represents a feasible alternative to the…

"Effectiveness of the HoloLens mixed-reality headset in minimally invasive surgery: a simulation-based feasibility study"

Is virtual reality the next frontier of Alzheimer’s diagnosis?

A research team of Cambridge University published an article last month about the use of VR to test development of dementia. For example, a simple VR test of navigation could help physicians to detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease earlier than with standard cognitive tests. VR technologies could also help to test more accurately specific drugs for the disease. Doctors diagnose dementia in around 10 million people every year, and 60–70% of these new diagnoses detect…

"Is virtual reality the next frontier of Alzheimer’s diagnosis?"

Thermo Fisher Opens VR Training Center In Greenville

Thermo Fisher Scientific (an American biotechnology product development company) use now virtual reality to train new employees in the Greenville’s factory. As the factory looks for more than 100 new people, the VR will be used to shorten training time by up to 50%! For the moment, only a room is operational for 20 persons but other are planed. The company has installed a training center equipped with virtual reality capabilities to help advance the onboarding and training…

"Thermo Fisher Opens VR Training Center In Greenville"

Vicky Smalley presents FundamentalVR at AWE USA 2019

In this video Vicky Smalley (CTO of FundamentalVR) presents company software products and the vision behind present and future developments. She enhances the importance of accurate haptic simulation in surgery training. Our mission at FundamentalVR is to give medical personnel access to the best simulations on a day-to-day basis. We believe that every surgeon should have the opportunity to rehearse, practise and test themselves within a safe, controllable space that is as close to real…

"Vicky Smalley presents FundamentalVR at AWE USA 2019"

Une start-up de Perpignan propose des randonnées virtuelles aux personnes à mobilité réduite

Vythisi est une jeune entreprise de Perpignan qui propose des balades en vidéos 360°. Testées dans plusieurs établissements, l’effet de ces expériences a été surprenante pour l’équipe de l’entreprise et pour le personnel soignant. “Je vois des bateaux, j’entends le clapotis de l’eau, la mer est magnifique !, s’enthousiasme le retraité, ancien passionné de randonnée. Je peux tourner la tête à droite ou à gauche. C’est comme si j’y étais vraiment. J’ai l’impression de retrouver…

"Une start-up de Perpignan propose des randonnées virtuelles aux personnes à mobilité réduite"

AI Application in Dentistry and its Benefits

In this short article you will learn how AI is going to transform dentistry in many ways. Of course, this technology will help dentist to find problems on bitewing radiographies (like in many other kind of pictures analysing) but it can also help to design prosthetics and even optimizing operations scheduling! Digitization has not only increased the efficiency but also improved the predictability of procedures. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have a significant impact on dental…

"AI Application in Dentistry and its Benefits"

First Major Trial Of VR Therapy For Serious Mental Health Conditions Launches

U.K. National Institute of Health Research has launched a really big project (£4 million funded) to test the efficiency of VR in mental health therapy. This project is called “gameChange” and it evolves many partners (both private and public). In particular, it will test VR products of Oxford VR start-up. The first large-scale trial on psychosis patients will bring robust results on VR efficiency next year according to Oxford VR CEO and allows clinicians to…

"First Major Trial Of VR Therapy For Serious Mental Health Conditions Launches"

Using virtual reality could make you a better person in real life

In this article you will explore how virtual embodiment can modify behaviours. It’s even more powerful when senses are simulated, like sense of touch. Even if the article is not closely related to health, it’s easy to imagine the use of VR to better understand stressful situations and how to prevent it. The ability to embody a virtual avatar blurs the lines between what’s going on in the headset and what’s happening in real life.…

"Using virtual reality could make you a better person in real life"

Augmented Reality Perceives Real-Time Pain of Patients

CLARAi (clinical augmented reality and artificial intelligence) is a experimental tool developed by the University of Michigan to measure and to show “pain level” as objectively as possible. It uses Microsoft HoloLens AR glasses to help physicians to visualize pain “on the head” of patient! Another great advantage of CLARAi is to possibility to transport it easily. It allows to use it almost everywhere. Red and blue dots were used to denote location and level…

"Augmented Reality Perceives Real-Time Pain of Patients"

VR & AR for Healthcare & Pharma – Overcome Challenges, Find Opportunities and Drive ROI

In this webinar from http://vr-intelligence.com/ you will find many interesting ways to use VR (and sometime AR) in healthcare. Don’t forget to join the http://vr-intelligence.com/ community to be awarded of new webinars and meeting (like VRX Conference and Expo (December 12-13, San Francisco)!

"VR & AR for Healthcare & Pharma – Overcome Challenges, Find Opportunities and Drive ROI"

Nous devons former des médecins « augmentés » !

Dans cette tribune le Dr Giovanni Briganti revient sur la formation des futurs médecins et la transformation nécessaire des parcours initiaux. Même si le focus est fait sur la Belgique, il est facile de l’étendre à la plupart des pays. Les médecin-ingénieurs (ou médecins augmentés) dont il est question ici sont déjà en cours de formation, souvent hors des structures traditionnelles qui peinent à se réformer. S’il est (presque) certain que l’intelligence artificielle ne pourra…

"Nous devons former des médecins « augmentés » !"

Si je tue le patient parce que j’ai suivi l’IA, qui est responsable ?

Dans cette discussion entre un médecin-chercheur (le Pr François Berger) et un philosophe (Jean-Michel Besnier) vous trouverez d’intéressantes réflexions sur l’utilisation de l’IA dans le domaine de la santé. Le point à retenir est celui de la qualité de la donnée qui alimente ces algorithmes, entre bias, émotions implicitement intégrées et simple “trous dans la raquette”. Loin des poncifs actuels sur l’IA, cet entretien nous rappelle que les résultats restent encore partiels et pas toujours…

"Si je tue le patient parce que j’ai suivi l’IA, qui est responsable ?"

La réalité virtuelle pour découvrir des médicaments ?

En recherche et en particulier en biologie, les appareils modernes permettent de récupérer de grandes quantités de données sur les expériences. Même si les progrès de l’ intelligence artificielle permettent de trier et de comprendre de mieux en mieux ces paramètres, les chercheurs doivent pouvoir facilement se les représenter. Pour cela la réalité virtuelle offre une ergonomie intéressante et nous voyons apparaitre des croisements de domaine intéressant. Dans cet article, une équipe de chimiste de…

"La réalité virtuelle pour découvrir des médicaments ?"

A Breakthrough in Medical Simulation for the Battlefield with PerSim

The United States Army will use soon an AR devices to train medical staff in realistic conditions. MedCognition will bring a set of scenarios related to medical operations in battlefield conditions. People will use it to be trained with real medical devices and, of course, with the feeling to be “on the field”. MedCognition will utilize its PerSim AR system to create military-specific trauma training modules for supporting tactical combat casualty care, as well as…

"A Breakthrough in Medical Simulation for the Battlefield with PerSim"

Is Virtual Reality the ultimate empathy machine for racism?

In this article Jeremy Bailenson, co-producer of 1,000 Cut Journey movie talks about the real action of VR on people behavior, especially if they are “as though they are in the body of someone else”. The Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University and the Cogburn Research Group at Columbia University shown that is possible to increase empathy for others with the use of virtual reality. The most important factor to get best results is the…

"Is Virtual Reality the ultimate empathy machine for racism?"

La réalité virtuelle au service de la rééducation de la tétraplégie

source image : http://www.defisdhommes.fr Ce projet porté par Paul Monnier (fondateur de l’association Défis d’hommes) et le studio de réalité virtuelle ICEBERG, l’objectif est d’aider à la rééducation des membres supérieurs. Présenté au festival Futur(e)s, le système est en test depuis un an au centre de rééducation de Paul Monnier et donne des résultats particulièrement intéressant. D’un point de vue conceptuel, le projet est relativement simple : l’utilisateur pose des capteurs sur son avant-bras. Ces…

"La réalité virtuelle au service de la rééducation de la tétraplégie"

An augmented reality approach for ADL support in Alzheimer’s disease: a crossover trial

In this study, authors demonstrate that the use of augmented reality improve the capacities of Alzheimer patient to do complex tasks. Even if the hardware (here they use Hololens from Microsoft) is not adapted to everyday life, this kind of assistance is really promising. In this crossover study, we used an augmented reality approach using a Microsoft HoloLens to support patients in a tea making task. During task execution, subjects received three-dimensional dynamic holograms of…

"An augmented reality approach for ADL support in Alzheimer’s disease: a crossover trial"

Medivis SurgicalAR Gets FDA Clearance

Short after a fund raising, Medivis (New York) annonces that SurgicalAR plateform gets now the 510(K) Clearance from FDA. This “Premarket Notification” allows Medivis to deploy this solution across United States territory and increased the number of studies on its effectiveness. Medivis announced that its augmented reality (AR) technology platform for surgical applications, SurgicalAR, has received 510(k) clearance for clinical use in the operating room by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The New…

"Medivis SurgicalAR Gets FDA Clearance"

Virtual reality makes real-world difference for high school student with autism

In this short article, you will find how library of Churchill County High School use virtual reality to help students to understand sciences and technologies. And you will discover an unforeseen benefit  with Evan, a 18-year-old autistic student. When Worthy learned the high school library had joined a group of early adopters in a virtual reality program — offered through the Nevada State Library — he brought Evans down to give it a try. Something…

"Virtual reality makes real-world difference for high school student with autism"

La réalité virtuelle pour former les élèves infirmiers en Suisse

La solution de simulation développée par l’entreprise Suisse UbiSim utilise la réalité virtuelle pour permettre aux élèves infirmiers de s’exercer à la pratique de la transfusion sanguine. L’utilisation est possible en complète autonomie pour les étudiants. La simulation leur permet de maitriser parfaitement le geste technique et, ensuite, de mieux se concentrer sur le rapport avec le patient. Développée conjointement par des élèves de la Haute Ecole de la santé La Source et la start-up…

"La réalité virtuelle pour former les élèves infirmiers en Suisse"

Mixed Reality Will Soon Be in the Service of Science Labs

In this article you will find a presentation of Holo4Labs tools and a description of potential uses of augmented reality in a science laboratory. This product is in fact a HMI (human-machine interface) to the software solution4labs. In HCS Pharma we have presented a very similar view of the future of laboratories at Forum Labo 2017 The laboratory of the future will be very different. Emerging technology is radically reshaping the way we tackle daily…

"Mixed Reality Will Soon Be in the Service of Science Labs"

A.I. Took a Test to Detect Lung Cancer. It Got an A

In this article of the New York Times, you can find a presentation of a study on lung cancer CT scans and how AI could help to detect specific nodules. With 6716 cases for the training set, the model shows more than 90% of success with “reductions of 11% in false positives and 5% in false negatives”. You note that Google team are deeply involved in this study. “The whole experimentation process is like a…

"A.I. Took a Test to Detect Lung Cancer. It Got an A"

Understanding Machine Learning And Deep Learning In Medicine

In this very interesting article, The Medical Futurist allows us ti better understand what is AI, which technologies are behind and, more important, what we can do now with it! AI technologies are close companions to visualisation technologies like VR ou AR. It’s very useful to study both of them to create most useful experiments. Navigating in the sea of information about artificial intelligence is tough. As everyone realized that the technologies leading to A.I.…

"Understanding Machine Learning And Deep Learning In Medicine"

Augmented-reality navigation technology for precision surgery

In this article a surgery team from Karolinska University Hospital explains the use of augmented reality in collaboration with Philips. Surgeons use real time images with digital overlay during operation to place spinal implants. This “navigation tool” allows a fantastic accuracy and a “3D position check” for implants directly in operation room. In spine surgery, one of the biggest challenges is to place implants in the vertebrae for the treatment of patients with spinal malformations,…

"Augmented-reality navigation technology for precision surgery"

Stella Surgical, l’intelligence artificielle au service des greffes de foies

Cette application utilise des algorithmes d’analyse d’images pour déterminer instantanément le taux de stéatose d’un foie. Elle permet donc à un chirurgien d’estimer rapidement si l’organe est adapté à la transplantation. L’application est aujourd’hui utilisable sur un smartphone mais on peut facilement l’imaginer installée dans des lunettes de réalité augmentée utilisées par le chirurgien durant une intervention. L’idée de six associés comprenant chirurgiens, ingénieurs et commerciaux ? Faire appel au traitement d’image et à l’intelligence…

"Stella Surgical, l’intelligence artificielle au service des greffes de foies"