Today’s 360 VR Buzz:Orthopedic Surgeons are Training in Virtual Reality Interview with J&J’s David Badri

This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.

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The Johnson & Johnson Institute has recently launched a virtual reality training program designed to prepare orthopedic surgeons and nurses for a couple common procedures. The program will expand to other surgeries, but for now, it’s focusing on total knee replacement with the direct anterior approach and hip fracture treatment with a proximal femoral nail. The hope is that using virtual reality to learn and practice surgical techniques will help improve clinical outcomes for patients. We spoke with David Badri, Virtual Reality and WW Professional Education at Johnson & Johnson, about the new program and what it means for clinicians, patients, and how its unique among other virtual reality offerings.

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