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Healthcare transformation through Medical Animation

Medical Animation Overview:

Medical Animations are comprised of relatively similar and widely used technologies which have been made possible by the advances in computing. These animations in 3 dimensions which are normally represented in 2D format represent the rapid evolution of visualization and medical simulation from the time period of hand-drawn illustrations to that of medical animation videos, moving further to fully rendered computer enabled surgical or medical animations. In some cases, 3D animation is being used in VR environments to further augment the utility of this indispensable technology.

Medical Animation Market

With the launch of Oculus Rift and many other virtual reality devices, the technology of VR has taken its first steps into the real world. The content suitable for the general public is still lacking for these devices, but the technology is sure to transform the use of 3D animation and many industries stand to benefit even apart from that of medicine

Hospitals, labs, and research facilities around the world are using these technologies. The benefits offered by these animations and 3D technology are the significant outcomes of medical education and training. Procedures, processes, devices, and concepts, among others, which are seen to be challenging are brought to life by the application of 3D animations. They make it possible to streamline the entire process of medical education.

The integration of sophisticated 3D imaging information harnessed from patients with the technologies of virtual rendering has made it possible for doctors to explore the idiosyncrasies of the anatomy of a given patient even before the operation is undertaken. Surgeons are already incorporating the technology to preplan the best approaches to interventions through surgery and also for training to counter unforeseen challenges – all before even beginning the first cut of the surgery.

The incorporation of VR simulation is also proving to be extremely handy for robotic skills acquisition which means the training for increasingly common, delicate robotic surgical techniques. The robotic skills encompass the skills required by a well-trained surgeon for performing a delicate procedure and not for the use of robots in surgery. Further, there have been studies which have documented the substantial improvements in the accuracy of surgery as well as the decrease in the time spent which has been brought about by VR simulations.

Physicians are also increasingly incorporating the use of this innovation in healthcare for assisting in the construction of 3D models of distinct structures of anatomy to also include the field of the printing of new body parts which might be suitable for implantation.

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The edge of 3D-tech

Bio-fabrication is the process of fabricating cells, tissues and organs for study or research purposes. Researchers have even bio-fabricated cancerous tumors in 3D for improving the process of safe elimination of such tumors. This new approach of bio fabrication is expected to replace the conventional method of tissue culture in petri-dishes and offer benefits over the same.

Further, the ground breaking effort for the fabrication of living tissue has profound implications for the future, wherein the ultimate goal would be the routine bio-fabrication of replacement organs, tissues, and other body parts – which are comprised of 3D cells, for the purposes of replacement and repair.

The current revolution in bio-medicals has undoubtedly started with 3D medical animations, as they have been increasingly used for almost everything from medical student education to patients, encompassing pharmaceutical marketing and medical devices. The full potential of 3D technology is yet to be harnessed and the technological innovation in this field has just begun with the advances in 3D printing and virtual reality.  Furthermore, a technology named as 4D which is used to monitor 3D changes over time is already being incorporated in the field as well!

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