Healthcare teams gain edge by using VR, AR for surgery, training
Virtual reality and augmented reality have increasingly found their way into the operating room, and 2018 may prove to be the year that VR and AR truly begin to influence care. Already, providers and researchers are testing how virtual reality can be used to manage pain in patients, but with the medical VR market set to explode from $8.9 million in 2017 to $285 million in 2022, according to ABI Research, new-use cases are coming into focus every day.
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