Context Aware Augmented Reality for Surgeons


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Hands-Free Instant Information

In critical care environments, Doctors and first responders can focus on stabilizing their patient’s condition while relevant information is pushed to the Google Glass wearable device.

The Google Glass "Surgical Dashboard" can be customized to suit your needs. Patient data and surgical procedures can be pushed to Google Glass, hands-free.

Obtain critical information such as patient vital signs, pertinent drug dosage, test results, and intra-operative, imaging such as x-ray or ultrasound via direct medical equipment interfaces.

Retrieve patient record & case history data from the EMR, securely, when requested or have them pushed to Google Glass at the right time and the right place via ContextSurgery's unique context-aware platform.


Context-Aware Information

Context-aware software automatically filters information based on recognized phases in the operating room.

Google Glass integrated to the medical record with a context aware computing platform could reduce medical errors that are a significant source of mortality.

Interactive real-time alerts and notifications to the surgeon; for example notifications from pre-op, nurse, front office, and case sequencing coordination to reduce wasted operating room time.

HIPAA-Compliant

Context Surgery complies with HIPAA security requirements. ContextSurgery makes Google Glass HIPAA compliant by removing all non-HIPAA compliant apps before deploying Glass in healthcare facilities. We also have an optional capability to auto-restore all features for use by the medical professional outside of patient care environments, allowing for personal use of the device.

Optically magnified camera and Video Support

Share video and image information from the optically magnified camera to other surgeons and staff via secure wireless so that consulting parties can remain in their remote location.

With Context Surgery, Google Glass can identify points of interest via the optically magnified camera feed and track them independently so that your focus can remain intact in other areas.

Google Glass can be used to remotely educate trainees and other currently trained surgeons that may be running into a problem and need extra help.

Details



Our system offers a specific selection of available visualizations and reality augmentations which suit the medical professional's needs best.


Surgical Dashboard

By combining Glass with a context aware computing platform to provide the right checklists in the right place at the right time along with intra-operative monitoring is a powerful innovation. This, in turn, lays the foundation for a Glass "Surgical Dashboard" for office-based practices performing surgery and anesthesia.

Communicate

Communicate effectively with surgical staff using Google Glass with gesture based interactions. Don't waste time, get alerts and notification from nurses, front office, and pre-op. Reply back, request consults, and make scheduling changes with ease.

Secure

Context Surgery complies with HIPAA security requirements. ContextSurgery makes Google Glass HIPAA compliant by removing all non-HIPAA compliant apps before deploying Glass in healthcare facilities. We also have an optional capability to auto-restore all features for use by the medical professional outside of patient care environments, allowing for personal use of the device.

Schedule

Store your daily schedule on Google Glass. Retrieve patient names and surgical procedures on your calendar, hands-free.

Improve efficiency

Improve efficiency in your daily clinical caseload. Get the data and information you need in real time so you can focus on the task at hand.

Retrieve relevant data

Retrieve patient record & case history data from the EMR, securely, when requested.

Stay up-to-date

Be provided with relevant upcoming case procedural information during "time-out” periods so that time can be saved and a consensus formed between staff members.

Hands-free interface

Access and interact with new information on Google Glass via gesture or voice recognition.

Sync with optically magnified camera

See the optically magnified camera image on Google Glass so that you can easily visualize what is being observed and displayed.

Share video

Share video and image information from the optically magnified camera to other surgeons and staff via secure wireless so that consulting parties can remain in their remote location.

Image recognition on live video

With Context Surgery, Google Glass can identify points of interest via the optically magnified camera feed and track them independently so that your focus can remain intact in other areas.

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