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Virtual Reality in surgery

Surgery is becoming increasingly complex, the procedures more demanding and precise. Operating on a human body requires a high level of concentration and practice. But training on a living body carries risks and can mean the difference between life and death. To minimize this risk and provide doctors and medical students with a safety net for operations, more and more companies around the world are developing virtual training platforms and simulators that run through an operation under realistic conditions. This allows routine procedures to be accelerated and perfected, but also rare, highly complex operations to be trained without endangering a patient’s life.

Have you heard of training simulation in surgery? Do you know of companies that are intensively involved in the development of virtual reality training platforms for doctors and graduates? Learn more about the advantages and areas of application of this modern form of training and get an idea of the technology yourself in our arcoro CONNECT!

Facts at a glance

Market researchers expect the global VR market to grow by 18% per year until 2028. In 2023, the forecast market volume in Germany is around 280 million euros. Market researchers go even further and assume that the use of VR and AR in Germany will affect every hundredth person in their job by 2030. The use of virtual reality in surgery is expected to increase surgical performance by 230% and speed by 20%.

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