News | Virtual and Augmented Reality | November 27, 2019

Augmented Reality for Radiology and Cardiology Training Demonstrated at RSNA 2019

 CAE Healthcare will showcase its mixed reality training solutions for practicing physicians and medical imaging companies for the first time at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019 meeting. With technology platforms that integrate modeled human physiology into immersive, augmented reality environments, CAE Healthcare partners with vendors to deliver risk-free training solutions that meet the needs of physicians and equipment providers. #RSNA19 #RSNA2019

November 27, 2019 — CAE Healthcare will showcase its mixed reality training solutions for practicing physicians and medical imaging companies for the first time at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019 meeting. With technology platforms that integrate modeled human physiology into immersive, augmented reality environments, CAE Healthcare partners with vendors to deliver risk-free training solutions that meet the needs of physicians and equipment providers.

The hands-on exhibit will be dedicated to simulation-based training platforms for cardiology, radiology and ultrasound-guided procedures, including some of CAE’s newest innovations for medical device companies. CAE will display a custom training solution for Baylis Medical’s suite of transseptal solutions including the NRG, VersaCross, and SupraCross platforms that will allow physicians to practice accessing the left heart before performing transseptal puncture procedures on patients virtually. Attendees will be able to interact with new augmented reality applications for Microsoft HoloLens.

“We are excited to showcase our custom training capabilities at RSNA for the first time,” said Rekha Ranganathan, president of CAE Healthcare. “Given our depth of experience providing simulation-based education products and services to make healthcare safer, we can now offer leading-edge clinical training solutions that cover diagnostics and enable better decision-making to guide interventions and imaging.”

Visitors will be able to offer feedback on a prototype CAE Blue Phantom training model for liver and renal biopsy with multiple imaging modalities, including X-ray, fluoroscopy, MRI and ultrasound. Blue Phantom ultrasound models mimic human tissue for scans and guided procedures, and they can be used with real imaging equipment for learning.

CAE will deliver a showcase presentation titled “Enhancing Training Experience with Microsoft HoloLens” in the North Exhibit Hall 3D + AV Theater on Dec. 3 at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Attendees who would like to learn how CAE Healthcare collaborates with hospitals, medical device and pharmaceutical companies to develop Microsoft HoloLens clinical learning applications are welcome to attend.

The CAE Vimedix 3.0 ultrasound simulator, with more than 200 pathologies for echocardiography and emergency medicine, will also be on display. For more information about CAE Healthcare at RSNA, visit https://www.cae.com/news-events/events/rsna-2019.

For more information: cae.com/healthcare

Related Content

Medical imaging technology company Oxipit announced partnership with Swiss medical distribution company Healthcare Konnect to bring ChestEye AI imaging suite to healthcare institutions in Nigeria
News | Artificial Intelligence | January 22, 2020
January 22, 2020 — Medical imaging technology company Oxipit ann
Virtual reality during chemotherapy has been shown to improve breast cancer patients’ quality of life during the most stressful treatments
News | Virtual and Augmented Reality | January 21, 2020
January 21, 2020 — Virtual reality during chemotherapy has been shown to improve...
Sponsored Content | Videos | Enterprise Imaging | January 20, 2020
GE Healthcare's iCenter is a cloud-based management software that provides 24/7 visibility to customers' visual and o
This is a lung X-ray reviewed automatically by artificial intelligence (AI) to identify a collapsed lung (pneumothorax) in the color coded area. This AI app from Lunit is awaiting final FDA review and in planned to be integrated into several vendors' mobile digital radiography (DR) systems. Fujifilm showed this software integrated as a work-in-progress into its mobile X-ray system at RSNA 2019. GE Healthcare has its own version of this software for its mobile r=ray systems that gained FDA in 2019.   #RSNA #

This is a lung X-ray reviewed automatically by artificial intelligence (AI) to identify a collapsed lung (pneumothorax) in the color coded area. This AI app from Lunit is awaiting final FDA review and in planned to be integrated into several vendors' mobile digital radiography (DR) systems. Fujifilm showed this software integrated as a work-in-progress into its mobile X-ray system at RSNA 2019. GE Healthcare has its own version of this software for its mobile r=ray systems that gained FDA in 2019.

Feature | RSNA | January 20, 2020 | Dave Fornell, Editor
Here are images of some of the newest new medical imaging technologies displayed on the expo floor at the ...
Carestream’s X-ray digital tomosynthesis functionality creates three-dimensional datasets from digital radiography (DR) that can be scrolled through similar to computed tomography (CT) imaging. It received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in January 2020. Digital tomosynthesis uses a single sweep of X-ray exposures and streamlines operator workflow by separating the process of DT exposure acquisition from image volume formation.
News | Digital Radiography (DR) | January 15, 2020
January 15, 2020 — Carestream’s X-ray digital tomosynthesis (DT) functionality, which creates three-dimensional datas
Videos | RSNA | January 13, 2020
ITN Editor Dave Fornell takes a tour of some of the most innovative new medical imaging technologies displayed on the
Sponsored Content | Videos | Digital Radiography (DR) | January 06, 2020
An experienced technologist and two Agfa executives talk about what distinguishes the new Agfa 100s.