Virtual Surgery Intelligence (VSI) for surgeons.
The VSI is designed to help surgeons before, during and after an operation.
VSI is a smart solution using artificial intelligence. It displays MRI and CT images in 3D inside a Mixed/Augmented Reality headset. These images are generated from the original CT or MRI scans. The VSI creates a comprehensive representation, including all anatomical structures, which can be moved around effortlessly in the user’s field of vision.
Using anatomical reference points, the VSI recognizes the individual patient and fixes the 3D scans permanently to the surgical site. The surgeon can then remove superfluous layers and structures and adapt the 3D images simultaneously, by using gesture and speech commands.
Learn different VSI use cases:
- View CT and MRI images in 3D
- Slide through all layers and anatomical structures
- Prepare yourself for upcoming surgeries
- Control with gesture and speech commands
- Easy upload and fast construction of 3D MRI and CT images
- View all layers and structures
- Cut the 3D images with a cube, a sphere or peel them
- Adapt contrast and brightness
- Place the images in the room, wherever you need them
- Show your colleagues
- VSI recognizes the patient and merge the 3D Images virtually with the patient
- Telesurgery: Call your colleague from surgery room and show him what you see
- Cut and adapt the 3D images to your requirements
- Control with gesture and speech commands
- Improved anatomical orientation
- No anatomical surprises
- Time saving and quality assurance
- Everything you need at a glance:
- Patient data
- Progression of disease
- Real live connection to other doctors while operating
- Follow up your surgery with 3D MRI and CT images
- See the progression of the surgery
- Make comparisons
- Present to your colleagues
- Write your operation report
This is ow the VSI menu in the HoloLens glasses looks like, which is projected directly into your environment. The functions are described individually and can be called up by clicking on them.
Automated and intuitive
Straightforward & easy: We install the VSI in your clinic and you’ll have all the data you need at the tip of your finger. With the VSI Manger, you can upload any MRI & CT scans and synchronize with your glasses with one click.
Uploading MRT and CT Scans from your computer to the HoloLens glasses in the Mixed Reality world is so easy:
Several medical areas
The VSI provides several functionalities specialized to meet the requirements of the different surgical areas. To achieve the best results and to supply an excellent tool for your surgery, the experienced surgeons on our advisory board constantly help us improve these functionalities.
Neurosurgeons can dive into the 3-dimensional MRI head, peel it, and virtually lap it over the surgical site. In this way, even the smallest lesions can be recognized and surgically removed with a high degree of precision.
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.
The VSI allows precise transplantation of nerves or tendon rearrangements, especially in reconstructive surgery with the surgical restoration of lost body function and body shapes.
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.
Precise localization of metastasis by the VSI eliminates the need for additional CTs and MRIs in diagnostic and interventional radiology.
Precise localization while operating dental fixings, broken jawbones and wisdom teeth, as well as improved orientation when implanting artificial teeth by merging CT/MRI images with the surgical site.
The 3-dimensional view of the spine generated from the original CT images of the patient, as well as the exact overlap of these via the vertebral bones, are a clear advantage in the detection of diseases, injuries, surgical and conventional therapeutic method.
Your medical department is not here? Contact us and be part of our advisory board for your field!