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McGill University Health Center to leverage Scopis navigation, augmented reality solutions: 3 things to know

Written by  Megan Wood | Wednesday, 31 May 2017 20:07
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Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based McGill University Health Center will serve as the first reference site in North America for Scopis' target-guided surgery and augmented reality technologies for ear, nose and throat surgeries.

Here are three things to know:

 

1. Dr. Marc Tewfik, MUHC's director of rhinology, has already performed many surgeries using Scopis technology.

 

2. The combined technology allows surgeons to establish safely tested pathways based on pre-surgical plans.

 

3. Scopis' solutions are intended to cut operating time and improve clinical outcomes.

 

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