A pioneering surgery being done in Spain will be shown to the world with Google Glass

 Pedro Guillén M.D. using Google Glass



(Pedro Guillen MD, one of the first doctors in the world to broadcast to students by Google Glass, will be in a Hangout, in Spanish, on Monday, July 7 at Noon at InternetMedicine.com/watch)

A pioneering surgery done in Spain  shown to the world with Google Glass


More than 300 universities and hospitals around the world participated Sept. 17, 2013 in an operation that held Dr. Pedro Guillen  using Google Glass and Hangouts (video calls) of Google+. Thanks to this professional and medical students will form two pioneering techniques: the wireless arthroscope (WAD), telemedicine device designed by Dr. and developed by Indra, and autologous chondrocyte implantation, a complex technique for regeneration the knee that until now could be learned in the clinic CEMTRO, which is surgeon Guillen.

The master class was taught by Guillen himself thanks to technological development that has Droiders Spanish company on Google Glass through your system Glassters Streamer. Telefónica will be the company that broadcast in high definition and through said system Google+ video call and Indra will provide its technology applied to the creation of WAD.
All users who want to continue the intervention may do so through YouTube link you will find in the clinic website CEMTRO and Droiders website, which will be broadcast open.
Guillen made ​​last June, the first operation in the world with Google smart glasses, but he explains, “we wanted to go one step further and harness the potential of this technology to form live to thousands of doctors around the planet novel techniques such as autologous chondrocyte implantation and wireless arthroscope. “Thus, during the master class, in addition to the 300 participants who will ask the doctor and his team via chat, two surgeons actively intervene in Europe and USA, who discussed the operation in real time with Dr. Guillen while being performed. The intervention also can be followed on Twitter via the hashtag # Guillenglass.



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