In a Q&A, Karl West, MS, Director of Medical Device Solutions at Cleveland Clinic, discusses how he and his team are partnering with clinical teams to turn ideas into inventions.
Clinicians are using HoloLens to enhance the treatment of aortic aneurysms, ovarian cancer and even face transplant surgery. Now they’re adding treatment of liver tumors to the list.
Feasibility study will determine how augmented reality assessment compares to the current model of minimally invasive evaluation and the standard-of-care conventional surgery for ovarian cancer.
Our first total face transplant involved far more than a single 31-hour operation. Here are essentials of the patient’s unparalleled case and what lies ahead for her and the face transplant field.
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Face transplant seemed like a natural application for the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality platform. Here’s how clinical and biomedical engineering innovators made it a reality for the first time ever.
Researchers will use Microsoft’s HoloLens and an application for the mixed reality technology to visualize surgery in true 3-D.