US-based medical tools provider Anatomage has developed an interactive 3D display wall to visualise and compare patient scans and medical data.
The Anatomage Wall features a display system with various high-definition (HD) touchscreen monitors.
Designed for use in a variety of spaces such as a classroom, laboratory, museum and simulation centre, the wall enables easy relocation, along with 3D, system-by-system and side-by-side view.
Anatomage sales and marketing director Tommy Le said: "The concept behind developing the Wall is to create a technological centrepiece that is the future of patient visualisation.
"We're providing healthcare educators with a high-tech display system with which they can better view and gain a comprehensive understanding of a patient's case."
The wall comes with an intuitive interface that allows customisation for viewing certain patient scans and pathological conditions, while it also enables different visualisation options on each monitor.
Patient’s internal anatomy can be virtually dissected side-by-side, while simultaneously visualising soft-tissue, hard-tissue and various CT readings.
Anatomage develops multiple clinic and hospital devices such as image-guided surgical devices, surgical instruments, radiology software, imaging equipment, medical tables, and display equipment.
The firm’s flagship product, the Anatomage Table, is an advanced anatomy visualisation system developed to act as a virtual library of human and animal cadavers, as well as a diagnostic tool to visualise Medical CT, CBCT or MRI scan.
The virtual dissection operating table employs the firm’s radiology software and clinical content.
Image: Anatomage Wall is the latest product on the market for visualising 3D anatomy, system-by-system, side-by-side. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsfoto/Anatomage Inc.