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Hologram patients developed to help train doctors and nurses

Hologram patients developed to help train doctors and nurses | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
A new partnership involving Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) and the University's Faculty of Education, brings medical training using "mixed reality" technology one step closer. The project aims to make consistent, high-level and relevant clinical training more accessible across the world.
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Increasing Number of VR-Based Start-Ups to boost Global VR in Healthcare Market Growth | ABNewswire

Increasing Number of VR-Based Start-Ups to boost Global VR in Healthcare Market Growth | ABNewswire | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
The Global VR in Healthcare Market According to a new market research report launched by Inkwood Research, the Global VR in Healthcare Market is anticipated to capture $4581.80 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 30.62% during the forecast period. Browse 60 market data Tables and 50 Figures spread over 234 Pages, along with an in-depth analysis of Global VR in Healthcare Market byEnd-User, Application, Product Type, Component, Technology, & by Geography This insightful market research report by Inkwood Research focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments, and future strategies. The report covers all the aspects of this comprehensive market by assessing major geographies, and is a valuable asset for the existing players, new entrants, and future investors. The study presents a detailed market analysis, with inputs derived from industry professionals across the value chain. Global VR in Healthcare Market Scenario Virtual reality (VR) entails VR headsets and software that create simulated environments for various applications. These predominantly include entertainment, education, simulation & training, gaming, and healthcare, among others. The global VR in healthcare market is propelled by the rising aging population, the increasing use of VR technology for training purposes, growth in the number of VR-based start-ups, the upgradation of technology in healthcare, as well as greater expenditure on healthcare. However, the global market is likely to be restrained by the shortage of skilled labor as well as the required infrastructure. The growth in the number of VR-based start-ups, such as MindMaze, Vicarious Surgical, Psious, Medical Realities, FundamentalVR, RealView Imaging, DeepStream VR, HITLab, Oxford VR, and Embodied Labs, among others, are anticipated to fuel the global VR in healthcare market over the upcoming years. For instance, Embodied Labs, a business that specializes in immersive educational technologies, implements virtual reality software in order to teach caretakers. The Global VR in Healthcare Market report provides data tables and includes charts and graphs for visual analysis. Request Free Sample Report for Global VR in Healthcare Market by Application, Product Type, End-User, Component, Technology, & by Geography: https://inkwoodresearch.com/reports/vr-in-healthcare/#request-free-sample Market Segmentation Market by Application: Surgical Planning Behavioral Neurology/Rehabilitation Pain Management Other Applications Market by Component Hardware Software Market by End-User: Hospitals & Clinics Research Laboratories Others Market by Product Type VR Semiconductor Components VR Devices VR Sensors Others Market by Technology Head Mounted Gesture Tracking Projectors and Displays Report Highlights – The report provides a detailed analysis of the current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities – Market forecasts till 2030, using estimated market values as the base numbers – Key market trends across the business segments, regions, and countries – Key developments and strategies observed in the market – Market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, opportunities, and other trends – In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players – Growth prospects among the emerging nations through 2030 Companies Profiled SYNCTHINK INC SONY CORPORATION SIEMENS AG ORCA HEALTH MICROSOFT CORPORATION KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS NV GENERAL ELECTRIC FIRSTHAND TECHNOLOGY INC APPLIEDVR INC ALPHABET INC (GOOGLE) Related Reports GLOBAL SURGICAL ROBOTICS MARKET – The global surgical robotics market is expected to acquire a revenue share of $16.53 billion by 2028, progressing with a CAGR of 10.73% during the forecasted years. GLOBAL AUGMENTED REALITY MARKET – The global augmented reality market is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 50.49% between 2017 and 2025. GLOBAL MEDICAL SIMULATION MARKET – The global medical simulation market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 12.07% during the forecast years 2019 to 2027. GLOBAL DATA VISUALIZATION MARKET – The global data visualization market is anticipated to progress with a CAGR of 8.68% during the forecast period, capturing a revenue share of $6.45 billion by 2028. Media ContactCompany Name: Inkwood ResearchContact Person: Arvind IyerEmail: Send EmailPhone: 1-(857) 293-0150Country: United StatesWebsite: https://www.inkwoodresearch.com/
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Voice-Controlled Augmented Reality Headset Assists Successful Surgery

Voice-Controlled Augmented Reality Headset Assists Successful Surgery | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
A voice-enabled augmented reality headset aided a successful shoulder surgery at Scripps Clinic in California, a first in the region...
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Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Magic Leap 2 compared on price and value —

Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Magic Leap 2 compared on price and value — | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
They're both for business.Here's how the Microsoft HoloLens 2 and the Magic Leap 2 AR headsets stack up...
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Microsoft pushes discounted HoloLens 2s at education sector • The Register

Microsoft pushes discounted HoloLens 2s at education sector • The Register | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Far from cheap but discounts could put HoloLens in closer reach for schools...
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VR Medical Simulation Orientation using SimX

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Robert Swart on LinkedIn: We have been getting amazing feedback from the junior doctors. Great

Robert Swart on LinkedIn: We have been getting amazing feedback from the junior doctors. Great | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
We have been getting amazing feedback from the junior doctors. Great to have technology to help make education an enjoyable experience. Big thanks to Chloe...
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Tampa General is mending hearts with 3D printers

Tampa General is mending hearts with 3D printers | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Tampa General Hospital is the first in Tampa Bay, and one of the first in the country, to improve surgical experiences through 3D printing.
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Everything you need to know about Making a Medical VR Simulation

Everything you need to know about Making a Medical VR Simulation | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Is your company ready to add a VR surgical training simulator to your arsenal of sales tools? Planning a Medical VR training simulation.
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FundamentalVR expands into the endovascular space

FundamentalVR expands into the endovascular space | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
The company also offers CollaborationVR, a virtual space designed for healthcare professionals to accelerate procedural and product adoption together.
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How VR Simulation Training Can Reduce the Cost of Nurse Turnover

How VR Simulation Training Can Reduce the Cost of Nurse Turnover | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
This article shares how VR simulation training, specifically through the SimX platform, has helped to address this issue, and in-turn helped protect patients...
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Jolly Good, Otsuka signed 5-B yen deal for mental health VR

Jolly Good, Otsuka signed 5-B yen deal for mental health VR | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Jolly Good and Otsuka Pharmaceutical will develop the use of social skill training VR (SST VR) in treating mental disorders in Japan.
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Launching the world's first all-in-one medical and welfare VR platform JOLLYGOOD+

Launching the world's first all-in-one medical and welfare VR platform JOLLYGOOD+ | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
JOLLYGOOD+ is an all-in-one VR platform specializing in digital health that allows users to experience VR content. Read more.
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Hologram Patients Allow Doctors To Train Anytime, Anywhere

Hologram Patients Allow Doctors To Train Anytime, Anywhere | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
GigXR's Gig Immersive Learning Platform uses mixed reality technology to project interactive holograms over the real world,...
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Transforming Cardiac Arrest Education through VR | Emerging Technologies

Transforming Cardiac Arrest Education through VR | Emerging Technologies | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
News Transforming Cardiac Arrest Education through VR The Columbia Laboratory for Extended Reality in Health Professions seeks to improve patient care through developing novel instructional and patient care interventions that leverage state-of-the-art Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies. The medical leadership at the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Department of Anesthesiology collaborates with the Emerging Technologies Consortium to redesign and develop a Virtual Reality Cardiac Arrest Training simulator to train medical students, trainees, and hospital staff to gain hands-on skills with hospital-based defibrillators for cardiac arrest management. High fidelity simulation technology offers immersive learning environments for training pre- and in-hospital medical professionals to build upon their knowledge and clinical skills. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality allow simultaneous training of practical skills, soft skills, stress, and critical situation management. This interactive platform allows medical professionals to practice in a realistic but low-stakes environment with gamified and engaging elements such as a timed setup and shock mode. VR simulator challenges medical professionals to perform all necessary steps in administering a shock, including setting up the machine, connecting all cables, attaching it to the patient, and analyzing rhythm data. The research focuses on usability, complementing current live simulation training, and improving training efficacy. VR simulator is being tested for user experience, engagement, and clinical outcomes. Future developments will add more clinical scenarios, incorporating scenarios into a more extensive suite of VR-based training modalities. Image Carousel with 3 slides A carousel is a rotating set of images. Use the previous and next buttons to change the displayed slide Slide 1: VR Defib 11 Slide 2: VR Defib 2 Slide 3: VR Defib 7 Previous Next VR Defibrillator scenes on Oculus Quest 2 Emerging Technology Research Grant Awardees David Kessler, MD, MSc - Vice Chair of Innovation and Associate Professor of Pediatrics In Emergency Medicine at Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons As Vice Chair of Innovation, Dr. Kessler oversees the initiation and investigation of novel clinical and educational programs in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Columbia University. He is also the Associate Medical Director for the Mary & Michael Jaharis Simulation Center at CUIMC and an international expert in healthcare simulation science and point-of-care ultrasound. He has led several funded multi-center research studies through technology-enhanced teamwork and skills training, focusing on improving cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Dr. Kessler's recent investigations include measuring cognitive load in virtual reality and applying natural language processing for assessment. Robert Maniker, MD, MSc - Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center Dr. Maniker is the Director of the Acute Interventional Pain Program and has over 10 years of experience as a medical educator and education researcher. He specializes in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. Dr. Maniker's research interests are in competency assessment, medical simulation, serious games, and virtual and augmented reality for medical simulation training. Dr. Maniker has received funding for education research from the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research and the APGAR Academy of Columbia University. For more information about the Columbia Laboratory for Extended Reality in Health Professions, please visit here. To reach out about potential collaborations with Emerging Technologies Consortium, please contact [email protected].
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Convergence of medtech and health tech: Helping providers plan procedures and easing patient anxiety

Convergence of medtech and health tech: Helping providers plan procedures and easing patient anxiety | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
A pediatric health system enlisting mixed reality and 3D printing technology illustrates how clinical collaboration and patient education can improve patient outcomes for complex procedures.
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Surgeons use VR to improve patient outcomes | Canadian Healthcare Technology

Surgeons use VR to improve patient outcomes | Canadian Healthcare Technology | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
LONDON, ONT. – At the Roth McFarlane Hand and Upper Limb Centre at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dr.George Athwal has become a Canadian pioneer in the development and use of […]...
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FundamentalVR Expands Suite of Surgical Training Simulations

FundamentalVR Expands Suite of Surgical Training Simulations | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Platform accelerates the transfer of skills and the adoption of new procedures, tools, and equipment.
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How to check the effectiveness of a gamified medical simulator

How to check the effectiveness of a gamified medical simulator | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Over the years, medical device companies have explored innovative ways to efficiently and effectively train their target customers whilst maximizing profit. In recent times, gamification is in the forefront of discussions.
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PrecisionOS teams up with Medtronic Saudi Arabia to launch VR training for soft tissue procedures on Meta Quest

PrecisionOS teams up with Medtronic Saudi Arabia to launch VR training for soft tissue procedures on Meta Quest | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
In Virtual Reality News May 10, 2022 – PrecisionOS, a provider of virtual reality (VR) surgical training for the medical industry, has recently announced that…...
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Spine Surgery with Duo™ Ti Expandable Interbody - Ghost Productions Medical Animation & Surgical VR

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Portland Community College to use Meta Quest VR Headsets for Its EMS Training Program

Portland Community College to use Meta Quest VR Headsets for Its EMS Training Program | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Portland Community College’s Emergency Medical Services program is getting new Meta Quest VR headsets to train students on different emergency scenarios.
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Surgical VR Simulation Benefits and Capabilities - Wraith-VR - Ghost Medical

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Kaiser Permanente invests in surgical VR startup

Kaiser Permanente invests in surgical VR startup | Sim Tech Tool Box | Scoop.it
Kaiser Permanente Ventures, the Oakland, Calif.-based health system's innovation investment arm, participated in a $66 million series C funding round for Osso VR, a virtual reality surgical training and assessment platform.
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