VR e Dolore

Virtual reality as a painkiller

Virtual therapeutic reality is an effective clinical practice for pain management. A study published in the journal Plos One measures the impact and effectiveness of this therapy. Nearly half of hospitalized patients experience pain, of which one quarter is considered “unbearable.” Pain treatment is traditionally based on pharmacological management, including Read more…

World-renown surgeons and their residents take part in the first-ever international, shared collaborative orthopaedic surgery in Virtual Reality

An award-winning software by ORamaVR connects five different cities and four leading medical schools worldwide, transforming virtual surgical training for ever Stanford, CA: Surgical training is being transformed, as ORamaVR has demonstrated the first-ever international VR co-operative surgical training, linking together the Stanford Medical School, the USC Keck School of Medicine, Read more…

Can VR training churn out better surgeons?

As technology makes inroads into healthcare, traditional assumptions regarding medical education and training are also being put to the test. In the field of surgery, a startup hoping to alter how surgeons and medical students specializing in surgery get trained is Osso VR. The Palo Alto, California company has developed an Read more…

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