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Innovative Lösung von Simbionix für patientenspezifische Simulation erhält noch mehr weltweite Anerkennung
Date:7/17/2014

CLEVELAND, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Medizinische Simulationstechnologien bieten eine hervorragende Möglichkeit zur Schulung von Ärzten, Pflegekräften und anderen Gesundheitsdienstleistern. Allerdings müssen Entwicklung und Einsatz medizinischer Simulationen nicht allein auf Ausbildungszwecke beschränkt sein. Simbionix USA Corporation treibt das Konzept seines Einsatzes proprietärer Technologien und Funktionen voran, um das Simulationserlebnis zu einem essenziellen Bestandteil der präoperativen chirurgischen Planung zu machen.

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Das revolutionäre PROcedure Rehearsal Studio™ (PRS) des Unternehmens steigert das Simulationserlebnis, indem es Ärzten ermöglicht, an einem virtuellen dreidimensionalen anatomischen Modell auf Grundlage der CT-Daten einzelner Patienten eine komplette endovaskuläre Behandlung schon im Vorfeld üben zu können. Das virtuelle Modell kann verwendet werden für Simulation, Analyse und Einschätzung präoperativer chirurgischer Behandlungsoptionen vor der tatsächlichen Anwendung am Patienten; dadurch können Ärzte der eigentlichen Behandlung zuversichtlicher entgegenblicken.

In anderen Bereichen des Gesundheitswesens, wie z. B. bei bildgebenden Verfahren, sind die Vorteile einer patientenspezifischen Planung schon seit Langem bekannt. Simbionix freut sich, die Unterzeichnung eines Kooperationsvertrags mit dem Marktführer für medizinische Bildanalyse, Pie Medical Imaging BV, bekanntgeben zu können. Das Unternehmen produziert und vertreibt die Software 3mensio, eine klinische Anwendung für Visualisierung und Analyse von Patienten-Computertomografien in
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