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research: Seminar

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Mixed reality for doctors. The ARTICOR software for cardiovascular interventions

The seminar will explore an Artiness software platform, ARTICOR, consisting of a patient-specific support system that optimizes surgical preparation, planning and execution through 3D modeling and virtual surgical guidance. ARTICOR software starts from ingesting volumetric medical imaging source, i.e., CT scans, to obtain accurate 3D patient-specific models of the pathological organ with fast automatized algorithms. The 3D patient-specific models are then used to perform surgical preparation by means of advanced software tools that predicts the optimal surgical steps to be executed on the patient-specific anatomy. These steps can be assessed, navigated and corrected by the surgeon through high-end holographic visualization interfaces (i.e., Mixed Reality glasses as Microsoft HoloLens 2.0), that guarantee continuity of information from the pre-operative to the intra-operative surgical environment.  ARTICOR revolutionizes the approach to cardiovascular interventions proposing an innovative patient-specific 3D holographic tool to support the Heart Team multi-disciplinary decision-making process and surgical execution, with distinctive value propositions allowing for the reduction of unpredicted critical events, faster surgical times and limited use of invasive intra-procedural imaging.

The software was built on Cloud-Computing infrastructure to ensure high scalability and low impact on maintenance, market-surveillance, and software upgrades. Moreover, the Cloud infrastructure ensures higher flexibility and reduces the Cost of acquisition of the Client.

Biography

Artiness

Artiness is an innovative start-up born in 2018 from a team of bio-engineers from the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering, of Politecnico di Milano, experts in the field of medical imaging and cardiac surgery simulations.

Artiness is developing software solutions based on the accurate and detailed reconstruction of patient-specific 3D models extracted from medical images, allowing for their holographic visualization in mixed reality. This combination provides support for percutaneous interventions allowing more precise and targeted support of the surgical approach to reach optimal planning and execution.

research: seminar

Mixed reality for doctors. The ARTICOR software for cardiovascular interventions

The seminar will explore an Artiness software platform, ARTICOR, consisting of a patient-specific support system that optimizes surgical preparation, planning and execution through 3D modeling and virtual surgical guidance. ARTICOR software starts from ingesting volumetric medical imaging source, i.e., CT scans, to obtain accurate 3D patient-specific models of the pathological organ with fast automatized algorithms. The 3D patient-specific models are then used to perform surgical preparation by means of advanced software tools that predicts the optimal surgical steps to be executed on the patient-specific anatomy. These steps can be assessed, navigated and corrected by the surgeon through high-end holographic visualization interfaces (i.e., Mixed Reality glasses as Microsoft HoloLens 2.0), that guarantee continuity of information from the pre-operative to the intra-operative surgical environment.  ARTICOR revolutionizes the approach to cardiovascular interventions proposing an innovative patient-specific 3D holographic tool to support the Heart Team multi-disciplinary decision-making process and surgical execution, with distinctive value propositions allowing for the reduction of unpredicted critical events, faster surgical times and limited use of invasive intra-procedural imaging.

The software was built on Cloud-Computing infrastructure to ensure high scalability and low impact on maintenance, market-surveillance, and software upgrades. Moreover, the Cloud infrastructure ensures higher flexibility and reduces the Cost of acquisition of the Client.

3 February 2023
11:00
13:00

Sala Malliani

Mixed reality for doctors. The ARTICOR software for cardiovascular interventions
Sala Malliani
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11:00
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