Virtual Surgery Intelligence (VSI) is a smart medical software for surgeons based on Mixed/Augmented Reality using artificial intelligence.
Explore the VSI use cases:
VSI Surgery can be used before, during and after the surgery. It helps you prepare yourself before and improves orientation and performance while operating.
VSI Patient Education
VSI Patient Education can be utilized to explain the progression of the disease to your patients and to educate them about their surgery.
VSI Education can be applied as a training and education of assistant physicians and young surgeons.
preoperative: To prepare your surgery.
intraoperative: To visualize all anatomical structures of your patient during surgery
and to easily connect to a colleague, whenever needed.
postoperative: To follow-up your
VSI Patient Education
to present your patients with:
- a detailed description of their disease
- the stage and progression of their illness
- the further treatment procedure
- To educate your assistant doctors
- To visualize most advanced surgery practices
- To attract proficient junior doctors and medical students
Medical advisory board
Our Medical Advisory Board consists of highly qualified and experienced physicians from different disciplines who define
the specific requirements of each surgical area.
Neurosurgery is concerned with the nervous system focusing on the brain. An advanced medical instrument ‘peels’ the MRI images of the patient’s head to visualize only the required layers of the brain.
For surgeries in the ENT area, e.g. sinus surgery, a high-quality microscope is important.
To ‘slide’ through the 3D MRI images and cut the redundant parts, is another indispensable functionality.
Spinal surgeries afford a high level of precision. Every structure is important. A very accurate tool is needed to help the surgent orientate and operate in-between the finest structures.
Abnormal patterns of brain waves and brain structures which indicate epilepsy can only be identified on the MRI images. A clear advantage is provided by the overlap of the 3D MRI images with the surgical site.
The 3D view of MRI and CT scans is an excellent tool for radiologists to diagnose a patient’s disease. The functionality to mark structures inside the images is of great value and helpful for further treatment.
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