• Steve on ITN

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    Last week Medical Realities was part of a ITN News feature looking at virtual reality. The producers very kindly clipped up the section in which our CEO Steve Dann discusses our Virtual Surgeon training tool and how virtual reality and augmented reality will improve surgical training around the world.

    This feature followed the announcement we made earlier in November that Medical Realities is raising £400,000 in new investment to create a library of 360-degree surgical training tutorials and distribute them globally through training hospitals and a series of mobile apps.

    We will start by creating tutorials for Bellwether Procedures, including laparotomy, treatment of open fractures and emergency cesarean section delivery.

     
     

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