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Microsoft’s MR Aids TMUH to Develop Spinal Endoscopic Surgery

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jun 28,2022

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Under the COVID-19 variant pandemic, every related personal need to do the COVID-19 test before surgery in the hospital, and people commonly worry about the risk of being infected, which results in some unurgent surgery and outpatient surgery being canceled. Meanwhile, surgery-related lessons are also limited by the happenings.

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Helping overcome these difficulties, Microsoft provides its HoloLens 2 Mixed Reality head-mounted display to bring a new consideration of clinical medical applications.

Wu Meng-Huang, director of the Department of Spine Orthopedics, Taipei Medical University Affiliated Hospital(TMUH), said that as early as 2013, such technology has been used in the field of spinal surgery for surgical image guiding and clinical teaching. Although there are clinically related products that can be used for spinal nails placement, but for the most rapidly developing spinal endoscopic surgery, this innovative technology has not yet been used clinically.

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