Transforming the healthcare sector with advanced technology
Pre-surgery planning for better results
Virtual Reality is applied in surgery, especially in more complicated tasks that require precision and skill. Virtual models of human anatomy and realistic virtual environments allow healthcare professionals to gain insight without working on a real human body. This is useful for both experienced professionals and students performing new, high-risk procedures.
Greater guarantee of client safety and privacy
Minimises errors in final surgery
Provides custom context and prevents unexpected stimuli
Saves on expensive equipment
Training and preparation
Through medical training simulators, students test their knowledge and develop their skills by recreating situations in Virtual Reality. On the other hand, Virtual Reality training offers medical professionals the best online and hands-on training that allows them to provide uncompromised patient care. Ultimately, this translates into fewer malpractice cases, which reduces liability insurance costs.
Accelerates the learning cycle
Improving technical skills
Access to difficult or unusual cases
Saves costs on expensive equipment
Quick design validation
Medical products and machinery need to match patient needs and meet stringent requirements. Virtual Reality helps in the manufacture of machinery to speed up design validation. In this way, machine functionality can be assessed, as well as ergonomic evaluations to ensure comfort and accessibility. All of this helps in the refinement of medical equipment prior to production.
Accelerates problem identification
Reduces design and ergonomics errors
Reduces costs and need for physical prototypes
Validation of product finishes
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