Videos | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 20, 2019

VIDEO: Use of Virtual Reality to Aid Congenital Heart Disease

David M. Axelrod, M.D., clinical associate professor in pediatrics (cardiology) at Stanford School of Medicine, explains how Stanford developed the Virtual Heart to help parents, patients and new physicians understand complex congenital heart anatomy and repairs. He said virtual reality (VR) will be a quantum leap in cardiovascular care, education and research.

He spoke at the 2019 Cardiology AI-Med conference

 

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