There is much interest and excitement about #artificialintelliegence, but I see several hurdles in orthopedics we must overcome. I’ll be interested in the comments from others and how we can implement AI where it’s needed the most.
I’ve been asked by many what I thought of the Apple Vision Pro. Here is my humble opinion from the lens of a surgeon and the CEO of PrecisionOS. I’ll be interested in the thoughts of others.
It’s 3am, been awake for 21 hours, the ER needs the ICU resident (me) for a polytrauma and resuscitation. Heart racing, running up the stairs, almost dropping my palm pilot recalling my ATLS protocol and where and how to put in a chest tube.
New PrecisionOS shoulder simulation module, sponsored by CONMED, offers advanced training for arthroscopic double-row rotator cuff repair.
PrecisionOS interviewed Dr. Ruth Delaney, an orthopedic surgeon in Dublin about her career, thoughts on VR surgical training, advice for aspiring surgeons, and more. We invite you to read the full interview.
InVisionOS is a next generation patient specific planning tool. InVisionOS software automatically converts the patient’s computed tomography (CT) scan from any PACS system into a 3D reconstruction within seconds. Surgeons can then use the Oculus Quest 2 to view, manipulate and isolate relevant anatomical areas prior to performing the actual surgical procedure.
The PrecisionOS Learning VR Simulation has been selected by NuVasive to help the company expand remote access to a hands-on learning experience. NuVasive will be showcasing the module and development at the SMISS meeting this week (October 28-30) in Las Vegas.
by Peter D. Coffaro As a 25-year veteran from the medical device industry, I am often asked, “How did you get into software?” I have been fortunate to work with some of the biggest medical device companies in the world. These include Johnson and Johnson, Zimmer Biomet, and Stryker. As a Sales Manager, Branch Manager,…