AIS TeleSurgeon allows surgeons in the OR to connect remotely with the best experts. These can provide real time indications through audio and Augmented Reality capabilities.
Surgeons can access a remote OR from their coach. The system provides an immersive experience designed to promote the best surgical training.
Connecting the best KOLs in the world with surgeons in the OR to proctor them during the operation and helping them to take the right decisions.
AIS TeleSurgeon is a solution consisting of software and hardware that enables a real-time connection between a remote surgeon and the medical team operating in the OR. The remote surgeon can access the OR cameras and send visual indications to the OR screens.
Likewise, an audio connection is established between the medical team in the OR and the remote surgeon.
Dr. Antonio de Lacy has pioneered new techniques and procedures throughout his entire career. His in-depth expertise has allowed him to also make new developments and advances in telemedicine, releasing the first telementoring surgical iteration a decade ago. AIS TeleSurgeon is the result of ten years of discovery and innovation combined with new technologies such as 5G connectivity.
Since its first public presentation in the Mobile World Congress 2019, AIS TeleSurgeon has been used in hundreds of Collaborative Surgeries and High Performance Surgical Trainings around the globe.
The solution has been designed with experts' assessment. Every process, feature and functionality has been tested in real conditions and approved by the healthcare professionals.
Remote surgeons can connect to the AIS TeleSurgeon platform from any tablet, laptop, or smartphone. The system automatically adapts its format and features to the device.
Surgeons can virtually connect with the experts in the OR and keep training without traveling.
Remote training makes it possible to have fewer people in the OR, lowering the infection risk for the patient and the cost of materials for the hospital.
First 5G Collaborative Surgery between Barcelona and Mexico City (9,483km away)
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First 5G Remote Collaborative Surgery between Jerusalem and Barcelona
The possibility of connecting operating rooms and surgeons remotely is one more step in the AIS Channel's mission to democratize medical education worldwide, with the enormous socio-health benefits that this entails. No matter who you are or what economic possibilities you have, the important thing is to provide the best possible care to all patients.
The experience with the AIS Telesurgeon. Being able to communicate and interact with another surgeon miles away is the real definition of collaboration and has the potential of forever changing surgical training.
Because in the 21st century Halsted would have said: see one, be telementorized one, make one and telementorize one.
AIS TeleSurgeon gives to the surgeons the power of ubiquity, being at different places at the sametime
This kind of solution will represent a breakthrough of surgery in rural areas from those countries where the knowledge and resources are concentrated in main cities.
Knowing that you can count on an expert opinion, while you are operating, gives you a great confidence that has a positive impact on the patient.
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