Peek behind the paper: using virtual reality and 3D printing to solve a complex anesthesia challenge

Written by Ruth Shaylor

virtual reality and 3D printing in surgery

In this ‘Peek behind the paper‘ interview, find out more about the team of anesthesiologists who used 3D printing coupled with virtual reality to develop a personalized airway plan for a pediatric patient. In an exceptional example of the use of virtual reality (VR) coupled with a 3D-printed preoperative model, a surgical team from Israel has reported success in a procedure removing part of a lung from a 7-year-old girl. >> Read the full story In this exclusive interview, 3DMedNet spoke to Ruth Shaylor from the Division of Anesthesia, Pain and Intensive Care at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Tel...

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