Frequently Asked Questions
We provide tailored medical solutions, from academic purposes like workshops and master classes (such as bones, simulators, and organs) to specific surgical assistance. Our solutions are designed based on the patient’s studies (like CT scans, MRIs, and ultrasounds), offering surgeons patient-specific physical models through 3D printing or holographic representation via augmented reality headsets. We produce patient-specific instruments to aid surgeons without the cost of navigation and can customize implants based on surgical requirements.
Our solutions don’t demand an initial investment from medical establishments. Surgeons only need to provide the patient study, and our clinical engineers take care of all requirements. In some procedures, our engineers can even assist surgeons during the operation.
Absolutely. Leveraging our experience from successful cases with other surgeons, our solutions automatically cater to a surgeon’s specific needs.
We employ computer algorithms and artificial intelligence to combine engineer skills, surgeon resources, and learning curves, optimizing cost-effective solutions.
Our solutions integrate seamlessly with existing medical systems, tools, and specific instruments without requiring any initial investment.
We prefer raw DICOM files from patient studies, ensuring precision and taking full responsibility for the results.
Our solutions excel in complex cases and specific medical procedures, significantly contributing to surgical success.
Research demonstrates significant educational benefits. For example, in a study, 50% of resident surgeons preferred studying patient fractures with 3D-printed models over other formats.
Our surgeries and cases are often presented in medical congresses, facilitating discussions among senior surgeons. Moreover, our patient models and instruments are repurposed for ongoing educational support post-surgery.