Christiana Care Virtual Reality at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute

In the spirit of serving together, the team at Christiana Care's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute team partnered with the Innovation Center to bring virtual reality to patients for a more relaxing chemotherapy experience. This pioneering approach earned Christiana Care 2018 American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Prize at the National Magnet Conference.

Medical VR: Industry Analysis and Applications : Jonathan Avila – Core Simulations

The global Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in the healthcare market is poised to grow at around 17.8% in the next 5 years to reach approximately $1.45 billion by 2020. According to the “Immersive media: A state of the industry” May 2017 publication, healthcare is currently one of the most fertile and rapidly growing areas of VR and AR. Use cases include surgery assistance, remote diagnostics, surgery simulation, phobia treatment, phantom limb pain (PLP) treatment, robotic surgery, data visualization, and skills training. For the session I will be speaking about Core Simulations, an early-stage digital healthcare company that utilizes Virtual Reality to improve patient compliance and lower re-admittance rates for physical therapy clinics. I will also be covering an industry analysis of VR healthcare and the current players/applications in the market. •••••••••••• Music By ••••••••••••• 'Miles To Go'' Jay Man - OurMusicBox

Virtual Reality as a Form of Medicine

Visit USC on YouTube: Learn more about the University of Southern California: Watch Judy Pa of Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI) at Keck Medicine of USC and Skip Rizzo of USC Institute for Creative Technologies discuss the use of virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to rewire our brains so we can stay healthy. This was originally broadcasted via a Facebook Live broadcast on USC’s Facebook page:

CAE VimedixAR with Microsoft HoloLens Augmented Reality

The CAE VimedixAR ultrasound simulator leaps to life with the addition of the Microsoft HoloLens module. Now, healthcare learners can display, enlarge, turn, and rotate realistic-looking anatomical parts, or command them to return into the manikin body in an #augmentedreality medical education training environment. Learn more about #VimedixAR with Microsoft HoloLens at Tell us what you think!

Keynote 2 Transforming Health Care Through Virtual Reality

Transforming Health Care Through Virtual Reality

Virtual reality legend Dr. Walter Greenleaf believes VR technology will transform health care. An internationally recognized research neuroscientist and medical product developer working at Stanford University, he addresses the use of VR to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, traumatic brain injury, addictions, autism, cognitive decline and other difficult problems in behavioral and physical medicine.

VR Medical

Medical Applications in Virtual Reality Arch Virtual creates custom VR applications that solve real world problems. We have a specialized division dedicated to medical simulation and healthcare applications of virtual reality.

Can Virtual Reality Help Manage Pain?

Researchers at CHLA are studying the use of virtual reality to reduce pain in children and adolescents undergoing painful medical procedures. Jeffrey Gold, PhD, a clinical psychologist and director of the Pediatric Pain Management Clinic, explains his research.

Virtual Reality in Healthcare by Buzz4health

An innovation to take the healthcare ecosystem by storm !! A journey traversing through varied procedures and concepts in collaboration with the finest connoisseurs from the medical fraternity. Presenting the unique concept of Virtual Reality to give you a "near reality" experience.

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