The Osso VR platform, allowing surgeons to train safely, is now used by more than 1,000 surgeons a month worldwide. A success that demonstrates the existence of a real demand for such solutions.
Launched in 2016, the Osso VR platform aims to enable surgeons to train to operate safely in immersive environments. It also allows practitioners to learn to master new equipment without having to travel physically in conferences or sessions organized in specific places. An ideal solution until robots are able to replace surgeons…
Today, the team behind Osso VR announces that the platform is now used by more than 1,000 surgeons a month worldwide. In total, the platform is used by 20 hospitals and eight medical device companies in 11 countries.
Osso VR enables surgeons to provide the most modern treatments to their patients
Among the main hospitals using the include Brown University, Vanderbilt University, Hospiral for Special Surgery, Marshall University, Newcastle Simulation Center, the University of Hawaii, UCLA, the University of Washington , Baptist Wake Forest Health, University of Kentucky, University of Utah, and New York University.
According to Justin Barad, co-founder and CEO of the company, Osso VR can change the lives of patients. The continued expansion of the platform is proof of real demand and the potential of this solution. It is therefore essential to maximize access to the platform, so that surgeons can provide the best and latest treatments to their patients. If you want to enjoy a demo, go to the official website of the company at this address.