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NextMed helping medical professionals

NextMed helping medical professionals

NextMed continues to make an impact thanks to the comments of our medical professionals: "The system allows us to visualize medical images of the heart, with its pulmonary arteries and veins, in a unique way and without having to spend time segmenting".

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This solution developed by ARSOFT in collaboration with VisualMED System and the University of Salamanca allows a 3-dimensional model to be made from the file generated by a computerized axial tomography (CT).

Through this solution, the surgeon will be able to prepare a surgical intervention or give a diagnosis, having been able to explore the interior of the organ with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality without having to spend time segmenting the anatomical structure.


Until today, doctors imagined through CT images what the organ they had to intervene would be like. With NextMed this capacity of imagination is not necessary since we can see an exact 3D model of the entire anatomy and explore it with different surgical exploration tools.

 

Why is NextMed such a powerful solution?

Because it is a platform that allows the upload of DYCOM files resulting from the TAC.

Because it allows integration with hospital servers, achieving a safe treatment of patient information and medical images.

Because its automatic segmentation algorithms use artificial vision and artificial intelligence avoiding work of segmentation to doctors.

Because it automatically generates segmented point clouds.

Because it allows planning advanced surgeries through Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.

Because it automatically generates 3D meshes of segmented anatomical structures. Therefore, it serves as a 3D imaging study platform.

Because it is a multiplatform software which allows us to view it on mobile devices, PC, Virtual Reality glasses and Mixed Reality glasses.

 

How is NextMed used?

The use of NextMed is done through 3 simple steps:

    1.  Upload of the DICOM files generated through the TAC performed.

    2. The system automatically segments the images and creates a 3D model.

    3. Study and manipulate the 3D model generated with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.