See week of inspiration 2020

Technical innovation in medical procedures

LECTURE BON VERWEIJ 


TECHNICAL INNOVATION IN MEDICAL PROCEDURES



 

In the near future, will the patient ask the doctor before a (complex) medical procedure: ‘have you already practiced this on me?’ Yes, according to dr. Bon Verweij, neurosurgeon. Practice the procedure with an exact 3D print of this specific patient, use haptic feedback, augmented reality or use them during surgery. Also useful for residents for less complex cases. An ultimate example of personalized healthcare. Making healthcare safer and efficient by embracing innovative techniques and make them user friendly and widely available is his focus. Also curious how clinical data science can improve surgical processes? Come and join!

Moderator: prof. dr. ir. Michel van Putten, neurologist (MST) and clinical neurophysiologist (UT).

In cooperation with Daedalus.

Wednesday 25 November, 19.30-20.30 hours, Vrijhof

CONTACT


A. Heukels (Anneke)
Studium Generale