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What You Need to Know About the Recent FDA Device Reclassification and Medical Imaging

The FDA has amended the classification of medical imaging devices and functions, including PACS.    Key Takeaways:   The changes enacted by the 21st Century Cure Act have resulted in alteration of the legal definition of “device”  The eight FDA device reclassifications so far affect image storage devices, picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), and…

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Patient-Specific Digital 3D Anatomical Modeling Tech Is Now Virtually Mandatory

Patient-specific 3D anatomical modeling is your pathway to better surgical outcomes   Key Takeaways:   Patient-specific 3D anatomical models help surgeons better understand and plan surgeries Technology can now help us easily create patient-specific anatomical models by using MRI and CT scans Every patient needs individual attention before and during surgery, and patient-specific 3D anatomical…

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Operating Rooms Supplemented by Augmented Reality Can Improve Efficiency and Accuracy

3D virtual models superimposed on patients via virtual reality headsets are helping surgeons perform better surgeries   Key Takeaways:   The current way of performing surgery means surgeons have to look back and forth between their computer screens and patients during the procedure Augmented Reality can help surgeons perform surgeries more conveniently by giving them…

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Enhancing Medical Education Through Digital 3D Modeling Tools

The advent of digital 3d modeling techniques can help medical students improve anatomical comprehension and surgical training     Key Takeaways:   Many medical students struggle to gain a proper understanding of anatomical structures and their spatial relationships, and 3D technology can be leveraged to neutralize this problem When students engage with 3D holographic models built…