In a pioneering leap forward for medical education, a unique randomized trial conducted by a team of esteemed researchers from the University of Toronto has revealed that PrecisionOS technology is as effective as traditional cadavers in teaching anatomy. The study, led by Robert Koucheki, MD, Peter Ferguson, MD and Barbara Ballyk, PhD, has gained significant attention in the last few months since publication.
CUH Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Vikas Khanduja, an Affiliated Associate Professor of Orthopedics at University of Cambridge, said the software will augment orthopedic training. He added: “As a Trust we embrace all new technologies and, as a new client, are looking forward to using the software, evaluating it with our trainee surgeons, and providing feedback to the company.”
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 is receiving $1,500,000 for global expansion. This funding will help the company grow its virtual reality medical training platform for adoption in global markets, by expanding operational capacity and implementing new tools to manage customer relationships and software subscriptions.
PrecisionOS®, a leading medical education simulation provider announced today a novel virtual reality curriculum for orthopedic training. The company has put together an extensive guide aimed at all residency programs in North America and beyond.
PrecisionOS Technology is excited to be a part of the HARMONY team, led by CGI, one of the largest IT firms in the world, in a project commissioned by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The team has been awarded contracts to build prototypes of the Connected Care Medical Module (C²M²), a container-based concept for mobile medical clinics that can be rapidly deployed in remote, northern, or indigenous communities across Canada, as well as in regions affected by natural disasters and future lunar and deep space missions.
PrecisionOS® has announced a collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) to augment the Combined Orthopedic Residency Program (CORP) with immersive Virtual Reality (VR) training.