Science Fiction holds a special place in the hearts of millions worldwide. It makes us dream and is quite many cases as Elon Musk has been proving for the past decade, it also lets us take a peek into the future. Star Wars, Star Trek, X-men, and various other universes show us but just a glimpse of how far technology has come. Communication has come a long way too from hefty telephones and room-sized computers to handheld devices but we still haven’t cracked Holographic projections yet as we see in Star Wars. We have to suffice with video chats and audio calls while the Medical industry and specialized science, in general, has taken leaps and bounds in their fields.
Medical Holography enables now to have a 3-dimensional view of the interior of patients. This enables the doctors to examine the vital organs of the patient’s body on screen without having to resort to biopsies. These holograms aren’t just hyper-realistic visualizations of the internal organs, but also have 3-dimensional properties that allow for rotation or taking apart for closer inspection, much like a lego piece.
Medical Holography combines with existing technologies can help in re-creating the organ under study. Floating in space, can be cut in half, looked at, studied properly and nothing has to enter the patient’s body. Even though medical professionals get years of training to study 2d images and this new technology might not offer much in their practice, it can’t hurt either, the more information the better.
Field specifics where 3d holograms can be helpful are road accidents cases, heart conditions in newborns, and for colonoscopies that people have an unsaid universal hatred for. These conditions result in abnormalities in the structure of the organs which are hard to visualize, not impossible, but still, they take a reasonable amount of time and require precision. A significant amount of time and effort can be saved by using this technology and help take off some burden from the medical professionals trying to create mental images for evaluation.
The increased adoption rate of holography in medical and biomedical research and the emergence of holography as a useful technology in representing abnormal 3D structures has given a huge boost to this field. They are also willing to go the last mile so as to leave no stone unturned and therefore, Organizations are already spending a lot on the expensive medical equipment. North America by region is the leading innovator and consumer in the world and is also the fastest growing region, due to easy acceptance and adoption of holography, growing investment for innovation in the medical field and better accessibility of technologies in the region.
And while years of education and experience enable doctors to work effectively with 2D medical images, the rest of us often have a very hard time deciphering them. That highlights another intriguing application for virtual reality—patient education. It’s a promising niche in an era when the public is demanding more information from their medical providers.
While doctors have been working with 2D images for a long time, in part due to their practice and in part their education, the rest of the people involved face a hard time trying to decipher them. Holography helps in these cases by contributing to patient education. The public can now demand easily understand what exactly is going on with their bodies through the application of virtual reality.
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