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 in use:
Cath. Marienkrankenhaus Hamburg
in head and neck surgery
University of Calgary
in Interventional Radiology
University Hospital Essen
Hospital La Fe of Valencia
Overlaying of diagnostic imaging over the surgical site
For ultimate precision during operations, VSI allows virtual overlapping of 3D CT or MRI images over the surgical site. VSI identifies the patient using anatomic landmarks and positions the scans onto them with millimetre precision.
This allows the surgeon to pinpoint where each structure is located, the location of the pathology, and additional important details (e.g. localisation of individual lymph nodes form the SPECT/CT scans).
Natural Rendering is a new visualization method that lets images from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT) look natural and realistic. The gray layer images enlighten in the true tissue colors and maintain the factual 3-dimensional depth that bodies have.
The special feature of the Natural Rendering process is that even the finest tissue structures become more visible and more plastic. Surgeons can apply it for their surgical planning. To detect the finest blood vessel and nerve fiber, as well as for intraoperative adjustments during the surgical procedure.
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.
- To educate your assistant doctors
- To visualize most advanced surgery practices
- To attract proficient junior doctors and medical students
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.
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
For all medical fields
ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY
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