Could virtual reality be the future of CPR training?

In an article published in the JAMA Cardiology, authors study training in CPR from “Lifesaver VR” application. Even if skills of face-to-face trained people are better than those of VR trained, the use of VR training is a perfect solution to widen the access to CPR training, because of its low cost and short time … Read more

La réalité virtuelle peut-elle éviter les rejets dans les greffes pulmonaires ?

L’application proposée par C2Care a pour but d’habituer le patient à l’environnement du salle de réveil pour diminuer son stress post opératoire. L’expérience sera effectuée avec un casque Oculus et les résultats seront publiés au court de l’année 2020. Source de l’image : C2care La start-up C2Care et l’Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Marseille (AP-HM) veulent lutter … Read more

Augmented Reality Firm Lands First Deal in Medical Device Market

Slowly AR enters the medical devices market for training or maintenance purposes. Recently, the AR company NexTech AR Solutions signs a big contract with Sterilis Solutions to use AR technology with these products. AR will be used by Sterilis Solutions sales department to train dealers network. Photo from NexTech AR Solutions on “We are … Read more

La Croix-Rouge déploie la réalité virtuelle dans ses instituts de formation

La Croix-Rouge française lance le déploiement de plusieurs modules de formations aux soins dont 2 en réalité virtuelle développées par l’entreprise française SimForHealth. L’objectif est de former 10000 étudiants grâce à ses technologies. Cette collection de modules de formation a en effet été développée par SimForHealth avec le soutien de la région Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Elle a … Read more

Education Solutions for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality at VictoryXR

VictoryXR company offers many educational products using virtual reality. Those created with Carolina Biological and focused on dissection are very promising. Teaching anatomy, including the body systems and structure and function, is an integral part of science. But let’s be honest, hands-on dissection isn’t for everyone. Source: Carolina Biological VR Dissection Library | VictoryXR – … Read more

Virtual Reality In Health and Well-being on Guernsey

On the island of Guernsey, patient will test VR soon to fight chronic pains and phobias. VR is a simulated experience that can be similar to, or completely different from the real world.  It was first applied in pain management as a distraction tool for burns patients that were having difficult procedures that were traumatic for them. … Read more

Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Headset Viewing on Young Children: Visuomotor Function, Postural Stability, and Motion Sickness.

This study on the effect of a VR headset on young people (under 10 years old) is based on a 50 children. The result shows that one hour use of VR induce not effect (directly or after a period of time). Young children tolerate fully immersive 3D virtual reality game play without noteworthy effects on … Read more

The Road to Augmented Pathology

In this article cellular pathologist Laszlo Igali explains how AR and VR would be used to deeply change medicine in a close future. Pathology for example, methods have been revolutionized these 10 previous years, even if the goal is always to “uncover the secrets behind human tissue”. Imaging technologies now are able to facilitate to … Read more

The Realities of VR and AR in the Pharmaceutical Industry

We can find now several examples of immersive technologies uses in pharmaceutical industry. From marketing to industrial maintenance, formation, vulgarisation, sales, etc. In this paper, you will find some of theses cases and a short analyse about the actual challenges before a even more deep adoption. According to Dr. Suneil Malhotra, director, head of scientific … Read more

How artificial intelligence can transform psychiatry

We know that VR can help student in psychiatry to better listen patients during their training period. But now, with machine learning algorithms, doctors can better understand patients during their consultation and they less miss important facts. In this article, Peter Foltz (Institute of Cognitive Science of CU Boulder) explains how it is possible and … Read more