Voka Trauma Surgery

This system is used to overlay 3D models of a damaged body part onto a patient. Thus, the system makes it possible to see a broken bone inside a patient and is targeted for surgeons.

Surgery

Mixed reality solution for HoloLens for planning and conducting surgery.

3D Catalog / Training

Educational solution for HoloLens with catalog of damaged bones and others cases of traumas of real patients.

3D Catalog WEB

Database of 3D models of damaged bones of human.

3D Catalog Mobile Solution

Is in development mode, coming soon.

Surgery

VOKA trauma

Surgery

CT data is used to create a 3D bone model that is uploaded into a doctor's HoloLens to provide an AR synergetic experience of a kind of X-Ray vision of seeing a patient and internal structures at the same time (e.g. during the surgery or pre-surgery planning).

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VOKA trauma

Surgery

VOKA trauma

How it works

Creating 3D model

Creating 3D models of damaged bones/ tissues based on CT/MRI data

Managing via VOKA Platform

Managing 3D content and data via the personal user account created within the VOKA platform

Hologram via HoloLens app

Using Microsoft HoloLens application to position holograms on patient's body in order to plan and conduct surgeries

Planing & Conducting Surgery

Allows more accurately conduct a successful operation

Advantages

VOKA trauma

Advantages

For surgeons:

  • Visualisation of damaged bones/tissues directly on patient's body, prompt and accurate understanding of damage's anatomy
  • Improved accuracy of surgical incisions marking
  • Choosing the most effective plan of a surgery
  • Scaling 3D models to examine organs of small children in great detail

For patients:

  • Decreased surgical injury
  • Shortened period of post-surgery recovery and decreased number post-surgery complications
  • Reduced time of being under anesthesia
  • No need of making 200-300 X-rays during the surgery
  • More accurate treatment plan

For hospitals:

  • Reducing medical care costs
  • Shortening of patients waiting lists due to reducing surgeries duration
  • More efficient management of patients flow
  • Developing new methods of surgeries conducting
  • Creating hybrid operating rooms; reducing amount of insurance payments

VOKA trauma

3D catalog and Web App

Web-based app with a 3D models catalog intended for training purposes. Catalog contains bones fractures and organs pathologies, their nature, classification and recognition means. VOKA Trauma Catalog uses the AO\OTA International Classification of Fractures revised in 2018

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3D catalog

Unique comprehensive 3d models catalog

  • VOKA 3D models catalog with 3D models of damaged bones and organs pathologies included into the training app
  • Web-based app with a 3D models catalog intended for training purposes
  • Mixed Reality HoloLens App to be used for training purposes, planning and conducting surgeries

VOKA trauma

Dr. Alexandre Sitnik

In charge of scientific research and guidance of the project

VOKA trauma

Dr. Alexandre Sitnik

In charge of scientific research and guidance of the project

PhD, orthopedic trauma surgeon of higher qualification degree, member of the Belarusian Republican Scientific and Practical Society of Trauma and Orthopedic Surgeons, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, AOTrauma, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Unfallchirurgie, SICOT, EFORT (European Federation of National Associations of Orthopedics and Traumatology, OTA (Orthopaedic Trauma Accosiation of North America).

  • The Head of the laboratory since 2008
  • Performs all types of surgery in traumatic pathology. Areas of interest include minimally invasive treatments for traumatic injuries of the skeleton, the development of a fixator for osteosynthesis, computer simulation of surgical pathology of the Achilles tendon and foot.

Education

VOKA trauma

Education

Takes educational process in medical institutions to a brand new level. Voka.Education envisages the possibility of working in the demonstration multi-user mode

For teachers:

  • 3D anatomical atlas consisting of 22 anatomical areas of the human skeleton that makes it easy to visualize bone fractures and facilitates training dramatically
  • Helps students easily acquire, process and remember the information at classes.
  • Higher student engagement and interest. Interactive training keeps students engaged through out the class and helps students achieve greater results through visualization and full immersion in the subject.

For students:

  • Maximum visualization of hands-on materials
  • High degree personalization in the teaching process - every student sees the fracture from the teacher's perspective, learns its causes and condition
  • Opportunity to gain practical skills of a bone or other organs positioning inside the mannequin/patient

DEMONSTRATION MULTI-USER MODE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

  • Regardless the location, using their PCs, tablets or smartphones medical students can see manipulations that are being carried out by the Professor
  • The aim of this mode is to practise the positioning of bones and other human organs inside a mannequin/patient
  • And this in turn lets students polish up their skills and gain new techniques that are of significant importance