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VR Surgery Training Could Be More Efficient

In mid-August 2020, a new module for training hip and knee surgeries in virtual reality (VR) was launched on the Osso VR platform. In the context of the pandemic, developers are prioritizing the expansion of the curriculum in several specialties to ensure continuous learning for medical students and residents.

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland recently completed a study detailing how virtual reality can be a more effective tool for surgical training than conventional reading and video methods, as well as a practical alternative to physical simulation.

Published in the Journal of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons Global Research & Reviews, Evaluation of Virtual Reality Displaced Femoral Head Surgical Simulation for the Orthopedic Trainee included 21 orthopedic trainees using the Osso VR medical training platform to perform the femoral head epiphysis (SCFE) fixation procedure in VR.

Participants were judged on a variety of criteria, including operative time, screw accuracy, radiographic accuracy, surgical technique, and more. The results were surprising: virtual reality learning was rated higher than conventional reading and video methods.

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