For those who have not stepped foot in a medical school and all their audiovisual experience with an operating room has been limited to seeing the handsome “Grey’s Anatomy” put bypasses with hats that seemed to be designed by Hugo Boss, the idea of an operation with an audience is that of a kind of […]
Hospitals are unfamiliar places, alien to most people. That is fortunate, because it means that you have not had the need of any major intervention, or that you have not passed a serious illness. However, like other people who do know, it is normal that the idea of a hospital generates some anxiety, fear, anticipation […]
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Global QYResearch via COMTEX) — Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) market is likely to rise at noteworthy CAGR around 6.5% throughout the forecast period and reach around US$ 260 Billion by 2026.
Medical VR goes totally against conventional beliefs about technology, such as making health care less humane, less empathetic and less caring.
What is medical VR? A gateway to the future of healthcare. A look at the future of virtual reality and health, two sectors that seem inevitable that sooner or later will meet.
Medical professionals are discovering multiple uses for virtual reality training, and the benefits will impact medical practices.
Continuing education represents a major challenge that needs to be addressed. Recent advances in educational technology offer an increasing number of innovative learning tools. Among them, Virtual Reality represents a promising area with high potential for improving the training of health professionals.
One in four of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives. While we are still far from being able to provide timely mental health treatment to all who need it, VR-based therapy is transforming mental health by providing a new and innovative treatment with a promising approach.
Advancements in medical devices and surgical techniques hold promise for saving and improving lives. But our current system of training and assessing surgeons has lagged behind the pace of innovation