Cleveland Clinic London is the first hospital in London to perform a total knee replacement with an augmented reality surgical system. Special glasses allowed the surgeon to see 3D models and anatomic data superimposed on the surgical field, enabling a more tailored treatment for the patient.
A digital therapeutic approach to dual-task training has shown noninferiority to traditional dual-task training for improving gait in a randomized trial of patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Visual gait cues are the only promising means for improving freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease, but their real-world applicability is limited. A new study explores whether augmented reality can change that.
A DoD grant is enabling development of return-to-duty assessments using augmented reality to simulate military scenarios with dual cognitive and motor demands. Applications for clinical rehabilitative care are expected to soon follow.
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Feasibility study will determine how augmented reality assessment compares to the current model of minimally invasive evaluation and the standard-of-care conventional surgery for ovarian cancer.
Face transplant seemed like a natural application for the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality platform. Here’s how clinical and biomedical engineering innovators made it a reality for the first time ever.