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Dr. Darshan R. Bakshi

VSI Holomedicine reduces cognitive overload during complex angiographic and interventional radiology operations.

Dr Gao Yujia

Mixed Reality integration forms the next frontier in medical technology, and will revolutionize the way we practice medicine in the years to come. VSI represents the forefront in research and...

Prof. Dr. med. Großterlinden

When I used VSI Holomedicine for the first time, I was amazed. I also realized what I had been missing all this time.

Dr. Patrick House

The greatest advantage of holomedicine I see is its three dimensionality, something that not even the best 2D screens compete with. Not only do doctors benefit from this, but so do their patients...

Prof. Dr. med. Gernot M. Kaiser, FACS

It's like operating with an X-ray view of the patient's abdomen and organs. For me, holomedicine is a huge step forward, especially for complex operations on tumor patients in visceral surgery.

Prof. Dr. med. Uwe Kehler

Holomedicine supports ventricular puncture enormously in hydrocephalus operations and simply makes it safer. Holomedicine also has great potential in many other areas of neurosurgery (including brain...

Prof. Mark McGurk

The three-dimensionality of holomedicine helped me to recognize that the tumor was not located in the facial nerve, as originally assumed. This changed the conditions for surgery enormously and...

Dr. Dirk Neefs

Since I use VSI, I have discovered total freedom of movement. Now I do not have to move toward my screen to look at my CBCT, I just move my holografic screen wherever I want.

Prof. Dr. med. Ingo Stoffels

For me, digitization also means integrating new imaging technologies into everyday clinical practice. The technical innovation of holomedicine can increase precision in surgical therapy and thereby...

What does „Holomedicine” mean exactly?

Holomedicine refers to a new medical technology standard that makes it possible to provide your doctor with stronger and more comprehensive support in his/her daily work. Whether in a hospital or clinic, this allows him/her more time for you, the patient. Holomedicine allows him/her to react faster in an emergency, make more precise diagnoses and, overall, work with a high level of confidence and certaintiy.

A doctor using VSI Holomedicine examines a rendered MRI through his HoloLens glasses

How does Holomedicine work?

Holomedicine is derived from “hologram” and describes medical applications based on mixed/augmented reality. In contrast to virtual reality, the real environment remains visible at all times and the holograms appear in the real space. This works with an appropriate technological device. For the medical field, the HoloLens mixed reality glasses from Microsoft are currently the top-grade device.

Patient Education with Holomedicine: both wear HoloLens and see rendered MRI of patient

The glasses are comparable to a computer, though the glasses alone are not enough; appropriate Holomedicine software such as VSI Virtual Surgery Intelligence is also required.

Imaging methods such as CT and MRI images are often used for diagnoses. Many years of experience are required to evaluate these. It is difficult for an untrained (patient) eye to see something. This is where holomedicine comes in.

Graphic about how holomedicine works

CT, MRT and other medical images are displayed in 3D in the VSI for more precise and faster diagnoses.

The holograms can be shared and explained to you, the patient, for more understandable educational discussions.

Through the VSI, your doctor can call a specialist anywhere else in the world, in a different practice/hospital or in quarantine. Your doctor can show him the field of vision through the glasses, as well as all medical findings – for faster decisions, higher confidence and more precise diagnoses.

Patient visits her doctor, who is displayed as a hologram, from the comfort of her home and views her MRI through VSI Holomedicine on the HoloLens