Immersive 3D/VR Medical Visualisation Software
View DICOM imaging data like never before with full 3D volume rendering viewable on desktop and in Virtual Reality in just 90 seconds or less.
Spherical Side Intersection of Virtual Model
Until now, we experience the world in 3D yet view medical images only in 2D.
Surgeons operate on patients in 3D, yet surgically plan in 2D.
Traditional medical imaging modalities are captured in 2D and are thus used for surgical planning and diagnosis only in 2D views.
This increases the mental effort required by surgeons to visualise the patient’s anatomy in 3D.
Surgical planning & patient education software
MedVR works with Cone-Beam CT scans and can be used to visualise teeth & their roots for wisdom tooth & root canal surgeries.
Flythrough tool and the ability to view the scan from any angle, rather than three views, give neurosurgeons more control when planning their surgeries.
CT scans can be manipulated inside the MedVR software to highlight bones and visually inspect bone position, thickness and density in VR.
From head to toe, any anatomy that can be imaged using CT/MRI or PET scans can be rendered in MedVR and viewed in both 3D & Virtual Reality.
The software is compatible with PET scans commonly used to diagnose cancer. It is used to visualise the 3D shape, size and location of tumours.
Singular Health visited Dr Alexandre Simonin, a Swiss Neurosurgeon operating as a Fellow at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, Australia, to hear how he used MedVR for planning a Cervical spinal surgery.
Easier comprehension of anatomy
Patients do not receive training in the interpretation of 2D radiological imagery and thus find it hard to understand their results.
3D visualisation provides a much more intuitive method of seeing their pathology and its affect on surrounding anatomy.
Communicate complex cases with family
With the soon to be released 3DicomViewer Mobile Application, patients can take their 3D scans and doctor notes home with them enabling a superior transfer of case knowledge to family members.
Lowered readmission rate
“Patients who have a clear understanding of their after-hospital care instructions are 30 percent less likely to be readmitted or visit the emergency department than patients who lack this information”.
Recorded videos & 3D pre-and-post-operative annotated scans along with treatment plan reminders improve patient understanding.
3D Desktop Version
Standard 2D Views & Tools
View scans in the axial, sagittal and coronal planes with standard slicing, measurements & colour controls.
3D View & 3D Slicer Tool
Render the 3D immersive model without VR and navigate using the Nav Cube, keypad & 3D slicer tool.
Inbuilt Video Recording Tool
Record your 2D processes and analysis with the inbuilt recording tool for screen recording and voice.
Automatic 2D To 3D Markup
MedVR automatically adds your measurements and markups in 3D/VR view to the 2D views and vice versa.
Monthly License $300 per month
One unlimited user account
All current and future features
Frequent software updates
How MedVR Fits In
MedVR requires compatible hardware to be used properly. For VR use, an Oculus Rift S is the only compatible device. For use on computers, compatible hardware must be used – a list of minimum requirements can be found here.
We do offer low and high mobility kits which come with a prebuilt laptop or desktop system, VR headset, surgical trolley, all required peripherals and the software pre-installed to get you up and running without the hassle, as shown below.
If you’re located in Perth, Australia, we will visit you onsite and provide a full demonstration for you and your team, assisting you to fit MedVR into your workflow.
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Surgical Case Study
“With MedVR, I can turn the head in any directions, like I would be in the OR (operating room), and plan my approach with the patient positioned in a way that will be in the OR, so I have no surprise when I get to the OR, and operate on this particular patient, and know exactly what awaits me on the approach, or how I will plan my biopsy.”
Dr Alexandre Simonin
Fellow Neurosurgeon at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, 2019