Showing the clip being applied on the aneurysm, allowing the surgeon to inspect and evaluate proper application of the clip from all possible angles. Also demonstrating the tissue’s mechanical properties and realistic OR microscope visual characteristics.
The SRP is named in honor of Warren Selman MD, Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at Case Medical Center and Neurosurgeon-in-Chief University Hospitals, Cleveland Ohio.
The Surgery Rehearsal Platform reconstructs CT and MRI images/scans (DICOM) into dynamic, interactive 3D models with life-like tissue reaction and accurate modeling of surgery tools. The SRP allows surgeons to plan and rehearse a specific patient’s case.
Hands-Free Viewer—all the standard imaging visual capabilities AND the SRP’s capabilities without touching anything (not even a mouse) and without leaving the surgery table.