3D reconstruction of the patient bone on the basis of a few X-ray images and the database of benchmark human bone models
VOKA will make it possible to perform 3D reconstruction of any patient’s bone based on a few X-ray images and the database of benchmark human bone models relevant to a corresponding gender or age group. This technology may be efficiently implemented when working with easy bone fractures (no need for a CT scan), or when there’s no possibility to perform CT (in developing countries).
Implementation of a method aimed to detect patient's body parts with doctor not involved.
The method is about body parts detection and accurate automotive positioning of fractured bones inside a patient with no doctor present.
This method is being developed as a replacement of the existing gesture and
voice interface management of 3D objects in space.
Accumulation of evidence-based data relating to the use of the system in medical practice
As a result of close cooperation with practicing surgeons the system has built up a patients' case database continuing to expand and accumulate relevant evidence-based data. System's algorithm performance is improved to the very level when the system can become a part of the built-in software of a surgical robot.