HoloLens will provide 3D visualisations to surgeons in UK hospital
Surgeons working in a UK hospital want to use HoloLens to provide important 3D visualisations during critical operations.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital cares for more than 270,000 kids per year. By partnering with Microsoft, the hospital is looking to use the company’s AR headset and Surface Hubs for its daily tasks.
During a surgery today, a surgeon is required to create a 3D visualisation in their mind of a person’s organ being worked on. This increases the risk of error.
Rafael Guerrero, a Cardiac Surgeon at Alder Hey, said:
“Imaging a patient’s heart from the inside and from the outside