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Thanks to the possibility of using holograms in real time, we can accurately implement the treatment plan.

Tomasz Piontek, MD, PhD about RSQ HOLO
Dr hab. n. med. Tomasz Piontek

an orthopedic surgeon at Rehasport Clinic
FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence

About Dr. Piontek

Ortopeda specjalizujący się w leczeniu chorób i uszkodzeń kończyny dolnej, współautor powstania nowoczesnych technik operacyjnych, m.in. regeneracji chrząstki stawowej oraz łąkotki (AMIC).

Członek wielu krajowych i międzynarodowych towarzystw medycznych, Dyrektor Generalny Szkoły Artroskopii Smith+Nephew SNACE. Jest absolwentem Akademii Medycznej
w Poznaniu, gdzie obronił doktorat, później uzyskał drugi stopień specjalizacji, aż wreszcie stopień naukowy doktora habilitacji.

Jest międzynarodowym trenerem technik operacyjnych artroskopii stawu kolanowego i biodrowego.

About Rehasport

Jedna z wiodących klinik ortopedycznych w Polsce,
mająca swoje siedziby w Warszawie, Poznaniu, Gdańsku i Koninie, a także ponad sto współpracujących z nią Licencjonowanych Ośrodków Rehabilitacyjnych w całej Polsce.

Członek wielu krajowych i międzynarodowych towarzystw medycznych, Dyrektor Generalny Szkoły Artroskopii Smith+Nephew SNACE. Jest absolwentem Akademii Medycznej
w Poznaniu, gdzie obronił doktorat, później uzyskał drugi stopień specjalizacji, aż wreszcie stopień naukowy doktora habilitacji.

Jest międzynarodowym trenerem technik operacyjnych artroskopii stawu kolanowego i biodrowego.

Power features

Anatomical 3D holograms

Ever wanted to actually grab the patient bones in you PACS? All your dicom CT scans can now mimic actual objects in real space.

Holographic display

RSQ HOLO works amazingly through Microsoft HoloLens goggles. Sounds like magic but technically it's just a PC on your head.

100% sterile holograms

You can take your holograms anywhere since technically they exist only in front of your eyes. More precisely, they are light projected onto your retina.

Thoughts on HOLO

It is most commonly used in, unsurprisingly, injuries, multifocal and multi-fragmented fractures, where having a holographic image right in front of us greatly facilitates our spatial imagination.

Finding individual elements, collecting all of them and combining together allows us to see this image basically without having to touch anything, as the hologram in space is absolutely sterile.

Another thing I’d consider an advantage is arthroscopy, especially arthroscopy of the elbow, where, in the case of degenerative changes, there are a lot of osteophytes that we have to see in three dimensions and get to them. Then in the visible image, where arthroscopy of the elbow is an arthroscopy where relatively little is visible and some things have to be imagined, it is like an extension of our imagination, and we have this image right in front of us, literally above our operative bed, so we do not have to turn our head.

We don't have to remember this image, but we can look at it at any moment, practically almost never taking our eyes off the spot we’re operating on.

Another promising application, perhaps even the greatest, is the correction of bone settings for example, after badly healed fractures, such as a defective healing of fracture of the distal part of the humerus, where by using appropriate wedges, we can carefully monitor the location and angle of bone cuts.

Precision is most important, especially in highly specialized procedures where our result may depend on the smallest of things.

This precision will help us and those who deal with this type of reconstructive surgery and surgery that requires great detail and a lot of specialization. Most of my colleagues who have dealt with this type of system are absolutely delighted, because it can change their procedures.

This applies to, for example, minor fractures, multi-fragment fractures, fractures of the distal parts of the articular bones, such as hip and knee arthroscopy; we are already starting to navigate with the holographic system in the arthroplasty of the shoulder joint, which is one of the most difficult arthroplasty procedures.

In my opinion, learning how to use this system is very simple. Basically, it took me one meeting.

My colleagues, who also use it, literally learned it shortly before the surgery. Of course, the more you use it, the more nuances become apparent which also teach you new things. As well as the fact that it can be later used to record certain things, to stream this image to, for example, another colleague someplace else or to other learners, so this system gives a lot of possibilities. However, the basics I talked about are very easy to learn and are very intuitive.

Mixed reality - microsoft hololens

Meet the future

RSQ HOLO is here to reshape the future of healthcare bringing beauty and excitement back into healthcare software.

We are doing this for you as well as for ourselves as a part of a mission of bringing the highest quality tools to those who treat our friends and families.

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