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Collaboration Between ASES and PrecisionOS Advances Virtual Reality Integration in Shoulder and Elbow Education

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[Vancouver, BC] – March 6th The ASES and PrecisionOS proudly announce a multi-year collaboration aimed at revolutionizing shoulder and elbow education worldwide. These two organizations have joined forces to spearhead the integration of shoulder and elbow virtual reality (VR) simulation for residents, fellows, and surgeons across North America and beyond.

PrecisionOS Virtual Reality Anatomy Equally As Effective As Cadavers: New Study Reveals

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.

PrecisionOS provides services to Leading University Hospital in UK’s National Health Service (NHS), Strengthening Presence in Renowned Healthcare and Academic Sector


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.”

Artificial intelligence in Orthopedics – What’s it going to take?

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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.