Medical education

Quality and clinical relevance in medical education through interaction and visualization

Interaction with virtual representations of real-life bodies based on clinical imaging provides a deeper understanding and insight into anatomy as well as the functions and processes inside the body. With cloud-based access to relevant visualization tools and content at any time from any device, you can use the solution all the way from the beginning of the medical curriculum to residency training. The result is innovative medical education that enhances the learning process for students and helps them develop their analytical and problem-solving skills.

Selection of common use cases
Selection of common use cases

Learning from real clinical practice

Teach anatomy using medical images based on real-life patient situations, allowing students to gain an enhanced understanding of the body’s anatomy and functions, the variation between individuals and different diseases. By incorporating multiple modalities into the teaching scenarios, advanced visualization tools as well as an interactive anatomy atlas students get a realistic learning experience and can learn spatial relations by comparing 2D (multiplanar views) and 3D visualizations. The broad subject coverage in the teaching library enables multidisciplinary learning of anatomy to be applied across a range of clinical programs.

Functionality beyond the microscope

Teach efficiently by taking advantage of our cloud-based histopathology package. View and share high-resolution digital slides on multiple devices simultaneously, allowing a more effective and interactive teaching process. In just a few clicks, you can import your own slides and use annotations to create tailor-made lessons for students. This innovative and complementary approach to histopathology teaching ensures that your slides maintain high quality without degradation and enables the integration of micro to macro images in a single solution.

Relevant technology for real clinical needs

Teach with the same cutting-edge solutions used to diagnose, monitor and treat patients in real clinical practice. Exposing students to relevant tools at an early stage of the process will make them better prepared for clinical reality, with a lower learning threshold and the ability to contribute faster.

Plan trauma procedures in 3D

Teach surgical orthopaedic trauma procedures and how to plan them by visualizing pre-op and post-op patient cases in 3D. You can use tools such as 3D rendering of CT stacks, distance measurements, bone segmentation, bone alignment, repositioning and manual templating. Take advantage of advanced fragment manipulations such as split 3D fragments, mirror 3D fragments, and tools to measure fragment translations and rotations. You can also save bone fragments as the 3D printing compatible STL file format.

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